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Kalbarri - Cities, Towns and Localities
Located where the 80 kilometres of the Murchison River hits the coast, Kalbarri is favoured by the more active holiday-maker. Those who make the 580 km trek from Perth, experience a Kalbarri Gorge, canoe down the river, and maybe combine that with a bit of rock climbing, abseiling, bush walking and camping.

A visit during late June to November, will reward you with spectacular colours, the vivid red rocks, against a palate of blue skies and green bush. Also at this time of year, the sand plain of the Kalbarri National Park are a wash with hundreds of species of wildflowers.

For those less active, you can always time your holidays to catch a glimpse of the humpback whales on their seasonal migrations, both in winter and spring. You can also catch a spot of fishing, or just relax with a book on anyone of the great beaches.

Kalbarri is just 165 km north of Geraldton and 374 km south of the popular Shark Bay.

Check out our listing for Kalbarri accommodation and Mid West accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

Information Centre

Kalbarri Tourist Bureau Inc
Located on the foreshore Allen Community Centre
Ph: 08 9937 1104
Tollfree: 1800 639 468 (in Australia)
Fax: 08 9937 1474


MSN Map of Kalbarri, Western Australia
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Kalbarri Attractions

Hutt Lagoon and Pink Lake
• One of the Coral Coast unique attractions, located just out of the picturesque fishing village of Gregory(sometimes referred to as Port Gregory) and 48 km north-west of Northampton, is Hutt Lagoon and the ‘Pink Lake’. Hutt Lagoon is a pink lake, the pink colouration being a naturally occurring phenomenon that occurs when algae ‘blooms’ and produces beta carotene. Part of the lagoon has been converted to ponds for commercial harvesting of the algae.

The best time to view the lake is at sundown as the lagoon changes colour from mauve to pink to a slightly darker purple. Follow the George Grey Drive south.
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