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Kalbarri National Park

Kalbarri National Park Tours and Tickets

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With its multi-hued, sandstone hiking trails and rugged, coastal sea cliffs, Kalbarri National Park is one of Australia’s most awe inspiring corners. From the lookout atop the Z Bend trail, your gaze will fall 500 feet (152 m) to the Murchison River below, which has slowly carved a colorful gorge through millions of years of erosion. Down south along the coast, you’ll find Red Bluff Beach, where dusty red sandstone and turquoise waters add color and flare to the cove. Keep an eye out for echidna, wallabies, and 150 species of birds, as well as the whales, dolphins, and seabirds that soar and splash within eyesight from the park's six miles (9.5 km) of coastal cliff trails.

Given the park's location seven-hours from the major city of Perth, many visitors choose to experience Kalbarri as part of a multi-day, guided tour with transportation included. Tours range from three days to 19 days of exploring the Western Australian coastline with stops for outdoor activities and visits to other natural attractions, like Pinnacles Desert and Monkey Mia.

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Kalbarri Sunset Coastal Cliff Cruise

Kalbarri Sunset Coastal Cliff Cruise

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When the sun sets, the red rocks around Kalbarri take on the color of fire. See them from the water on this gorgeous sunset cruise, where spectacular coastal cliffs meet deep blue ocean. Admire Jacques Point, Red Bluff, Mushroom Rock, Rainbow Valley, Pot Alley and Eagle Gorge—and toast the sunset with a cup of your favorite something if you’ve brought your own drinks on board.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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Kalbarri Gorges & West Coast - Ground & Air Tour

Kalbarri Gorges & West Coast - Ground & Air Tour

Explore the Kalbarri Gorges and the west coast of Australia by plane and car on the ultimate full-day tour from Perth. Fly over sandy beaches, bushland, cliffs, and the Pink Lake en route to Kalbarri. After landing, drive to the gorges in Kalbarri National Park, and see the stunning Murchison River landscape. Stop for lunch before touring the rugged coastal cliffs, then see the cliffs from above while flying back to Perth.
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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9 Day Perth to Broome Adventure

9 Day Perth to Broome Adventure

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Our tours are for the Adventure seeking travelers, we are West Adventure Tours, not West comfortable, predictable luxury tours. You can expect wild camping in swags under the stars with no bathroom facilities most nights, however we do carry a portable toilet. We believe this does give you the experience of a lifetime in the Australian wilderness. As much as possible, we do camp in private locations for just our passengers to enjoy sitting around the campfire at the end of each night getting to know each other with nobody else around.
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  • 9 days
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Should I book Kalbarri National Park tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Kalbarri National Park can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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How much does it cost to visit Kalbarri National Park 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Kalbarri National Park costs USD 35.63. Guided Kalbarri National Park tours start around USD 35.63 per person.
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