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This quintessential Australian beach holiday location will inspire you to swim, surf, walk, relax and simply be at peace.

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Tasman Holiday Parks Kalbarri, Coral Coast Western Australia.

With national park surrounding the township and magnificent coastal cliffs to the south, Kalbarri is the ideal base for your adventures.


With national park surrounding the township and magnificent coastal cliffs to the south, Kalbarri is the ideal base for your adventures. Explore world-renowned national parkland, immerse yourself in ocean and river activities, marvel at panoramic views and curiosities of nature.
Aerial view of Hutt Lagoon Pink Lake


This intriguing pin-hued salt lake gains its colour from the algae Dunaliella salina. The algae is a source of beta-carotene, which is used as a food colouring agent and vitamin A in supplements and cosmetics. Hutt Lagoon is home to the worlds largest microalgae production plant. 


For an awesome underwater adventure, pack your swimming gear, goggles and snorkel. Just five minutes from Kalbarri, this popular beach boasts a fascinating fish habitat protection area. Search the limestone reef system supporting more than 70 species of finfish, plus coral special, crustaceans and western rock lobsters. 


While away the day at Chinaman’s beach, where the Murchison River meets the sea. This sheltered cove is ideal for families. Swim in turquoise waters, enjoy a picnic or barbeque, go fishing from he rocks or wheelchair accessible platform. 

Couple walking along the cliffs, Kalbarri


This 1.2km return raised boardwalk connects Island Rock to Natural Bridge. Linger at the shelter to take in coastal views, spot the resident dolphins, or humpback whales in season. Tackle the 16km return Bigurda Trail and lookouts between Eagle Gorge and Natural Bridge. 


Travel scenic walking trails along rugged sandstone cliffs rising more than 100 metres from the ocean. Red Bluff Lookout has the highest elevation point and offers spectacular views. Visit Eagle Gorge Lookout and venture down rocky paths to isolated beaches. Discover how the hazardous cove of Pot Alley got its name. 


For a special holiday treat, join a pelican feeding session Kalbarri foreshore. Volunteers host daily sessions at 8:45am. Learn about Australia’s largest flying bird and if you’re game, feed them fish. 

Kalbarri Skywalk

The Kalbarri Skywalk is a highlight of any visit to Kalbarri National Park. Walk on cantilevered platforms suspended 100 metres above the Murchison Gorge, formed 400 million years ago. Soak up breathtaking views of iconic red cliffs and national parkland. See interpretive artworks of local Indigenous artists plus native animal sculptures and fossils.

Aerial view of Kalbarri Skywalk | Kalbarri National Park

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