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Murchison River


The mighty Murchison River in Kalbarri National Park is one of the best spots for fishing in Western Australia.

Its path through sandstone cliffs and out to the Indian Ocean also makes for a stunning scenic view, excellent bushwalking, hiking, trekking, cruising and canoeing.

The Murchison River is a few million years old and time has helped it carve a massive gorge through the park.

Spanning 780 kilometres the river is the second longest in Western Australia and is home to nearly 200 species of birds including eagles, black swans and wetland waders. Emus sip from the shore while eagles swoop down to pluck a feed of fish from its pristine waters.

Throw in a line at the river's tidal reaches and you're likely to snare a bream, whiting or mulloway. The Murchison River is also home to blue manna crabs and mud crabs.

There is a range of tours to the Murchison River including sunset cruises, as well as half day canoe trips.

Find out more from the Kalbarri Visitor Centre.

Kalbarri is about a seven hour drive or two hour flight from Perth.




via Ajana Kalbarri Road
Kalbarri, WA, 6536

Located 8.1K from Indarra

Kalbarri National Park


Over 183,000 hectares of outback adventures, dramatic gorges and dazzling wildflowers make Kalbarri National Park one of Western Australia's most popular places to visit.

The seaside town of Kalbarri is a six and a half hour drive north of Perth. You'll also find Kalbarri National Park on the itineraries of many tours departing from Perth.

Go bushwalking, gorge hiking or canoeing and take a journey back 400 million years, when the tidal flats of an ancient sea formed the striking red sandstone and the mighty Murchison River carved out deep gorges on its way to the ocean.

For a more relaxed and equally breathtaking experience, drive out to the park's many lookouts for some must-snap vistas, including the famous Nature's Window, The Loop*, Z Bend*, Hawks Head and Ross Graham, Red Bluff and Pot Alley.

To see the park ablaze with the colours of spring, visit between July and October. Over 1,100 varieties of wildflowers are found there, from Grevilleas to feather flowers.

The road into Natures Window and the Zbend have recently been sealed allowing access to all types of vehicles




Ajana Kalbarri Road
Kalbarri National Park, WA, 6536

Located 8.1K from Indarra

Hawk's Head Lookout


Hawk's Head Lookout is a spectacular vantage point located within the Kalbarri National Park. It provides stunning views of the river gorge and the Murchison River. Named in honour of a hawk shaped rock formation visible from the lookout, it will keep the family amused seeing who can spot the hawks head first!

Kalbarri National Park is one of the best known national parks in Australia with an exceptional display of wildflowers between mid-June and October, with peak time around August.

There are several species that can only be found within the park, including the Kalbarri spider orchid. The views are breathtaking and with the Murchison River winding its way through the park, there are several beautiful swimming spots to enjoy.

Located six and a half hours' drive north of Perth and a short drive from Kalbarri, Hawk's Head Lookout is one of a number of lookouts through the Kalbarri National Park that are well worth a visit.




Kalbarri National Park
Kalbarri, WA, 6536

Located 13.0K from Indarra

Loop Walk, Kalbarri National Park


The Loop Walk Top Trail highlights the erosive power of the Murchison River which has carved a spectacular gorge through the Kalbarri National Park in Western Australia's Coral Coast region. Highlights include the iconic 'Natures Window', a natural rock formation which frames the Murchison Gorge.

The moderate, eight kilometre Loop Walk Trail starts at the car park for Nature's Window which's a major tourist attraction. Marked by directional markers the trail follows the edge of the cliff, with views of the river. From here the trail works its way down to the river bank. Along the river are sandy beaches, river gums and the possibility of swimming. On the other side of the river, some of the cliffs show magnificent shades of red and pink. Before the river bends towards the Indian Ocean, the trail climbs out of the gorge back up to Nature's Window and back to the car park.

Inside the gorge and the temperature can rise, so carry plenty of drinking water (minimum three litres per person). Sometimes the trail follows rock platforms and this can be a scramble at times. Be alert to weather forecasts as the river and gorges can flood after heavy rain.




Natures Window Car park,
Kalbarri National Park
Kalbarri, WA, 6536

Located 14.2K from Indarra

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