Welcome to Kalbarri National Park
With its magnificent river red gums and Tumblagooda sandstone, rugged Kalbarri National Park (www.parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/kalbarri; admission per car $12) contains almost 2000 sq km of wild bushland, stunning river gorges and savagely eroded coastal cliffs. It contains abundant wildlife, including 200 species of birds, and spectacular wildflowers between July and November.
There are two faces to the park: coastal cliffs line the coast south of Kalbarri, with great lookouts and walking trails connecting them. Inland are the river gorges.