Kalbarri National Park
Gorges, Cliffs and an adventure waiting for you.
Kalbarri National Park isn't just the home of the world famous Nature's Window. Located around the River Mouth of the Murchison River, the park itself is 186,000 hectares of Gorges, Cliffs, wildflowers and amazingly beautiful walks. (Plus an airport)
While there are entry fees to some parts of the Kalbarri National Park, the Gorges, a lot of the Kalbarri National Park is free to access. If you are looking for a guide to take you around sections of the Kalbarri National Park, there are a few fantastic local businesses who run tours within the Kalbarri National Park. We recommend either visiting our Kalbarri Things to Do page or The Kalbarri Visitors Centre for more information on those spectacular experiences.
Below are some of the highlights of the Kalbarri National Park:
Free to access:
- Shellhouse Grandstand
- Mushroom Rock and Rainbow Valley Nature Trail
- Eagle Gorge
Fee to access:
- Hawks Head
- Ross Graham Lookout
- Z-Bend Lookout
- Z-Bend River Trail
- Four Ways Trail
- Loop Hike
- Natures Window
- Kalbarri Sky Walk Kaju Yatka 'Walk to Sky'