Kalbarri National Park


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Kalbarri National Park covers an area of 186,000 hectares, the rugged terrain and relative seclusion of the park attracts thousands of visitors each year. The experienced hiker to the simple holiday maker are catered for with access to 14 different sites throughout the area


The township of Kalbarri is encircled by two distinctly different landscapes. East of town are inland river gorges with rock formations as old as 400 million years, the south features towering ocean cliffs plummeting to the waves below.


The roads to the coastal sites are sealed and suitable for all vehicles, except for Pot Alley which is not suitable for caravans or motorhomes. The roads into the inland gorge sites at Hawk’s Head and Ross Graham are also sealed, and there are shade shelters, toilets and picnic facilities. The first 12km of the road to the Z-Bend and Loop area is sealed with the remaining 19km  unsealed, accessible to most traffic including two-wheel drives.

Motorhomes, large campervans or any vehicle towing are not advised to travel onto the Loop/Z-Bend road.

Our park is a day use only park and as such, no camping is allowed. Please contact Kalbarri Visitor Centre for information on camping grounds.

We recommend to check with the visitor centre on 9937 1104 for current road conditions as heavy rainfall can close this road.

Pets are not permitted inside the National Park, even inside vehicles. Traveling into and leaving town is of course fine. We have a short stay dog minder for those that wish to visit the park. Contact the Visitor Centre for details.



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Inland River GorgesNational park image website

Coastal Cliffscoastal cliff image website

Murchison River murchison river image website