Kalbarri National Park, in Western Australia, has coastal lookouts and look out points over the gulches of Murchison River. After leaving the Principality of Hutt River, we drove to the Indian Ocean coast toward the town of Kalbarri. Our first stop in the national park was Grandstand.
We, Zeb and Eider, were very careful because the wind was pretty strong.
We loved looking at these cliffs of the Indian Ocean.
Our next stop was at Island Rock.
It really is an island of rock. Natural Bridge, a little further along the coast, was nice.
This bridge was formed by the force of the water, cutting through the rock. Here at Eagle’s Gulch, we admired this beach.
This would be a great place for a picnic. More beautiful views of the Indian Ocean from Pot Alley.
As the weather changed, we saw this rainbow.
Next morning we drove a little inland to the entrance of Kalbarri National Park.
We were fascinated by this plant at the Park Headquarters Building.
The Murchison River flows through the park, so we had our choice of hiking trails and beautiful views of the gorge.
This was our first hiking trail. We enjoyed this view from the trail.
After our hike, we drove a little further and saw this emu.
This was a pretty view of the Murchison River from Hawks Head Walk.
Since Western Australia is known for wildflowers, so we wanted you to see these flowers near the building.
As we were leaving the park, we enjoyed watching this flock of emu.
We are really enjoying our drive in Western Australia. You would enjoy time here also.