Kalbarri is a small coastal town that has amazing coastal cliffs and also a national park close by that we found to be a mass of colourful wildflowers, deep river gorges and amazing rock formations. We wished we had had more time to do some hiking around the gorges, but we've promised ourselves that we'll go back next year with a few days spare to really experience the park.
After a perfect day we took some time to watch the sunset at one of Kalbarri's small beaches where Tim spotted whales that apparently frequent the Kalbarri shoreline in spring.
|Country side south of Geraldton|
|On the road heading to Kalbarri|
|The Gorge in the Kalbarri National Park|
|The Natural Window|
|On the way home along the new Indian Ocean Road close to Perth|