See the view through Nature’s Window at Kalbarri.
6 and a half hours north of the Perth is the beautiful coastal town of Kalbarri it is the perfect place to see Nature’s Window.
Kalbarri is a gorgeous coastal town where the Murchison River meets the Indian Ocean, it is a beautiful spot known for its seaside cliffs, gorgeous beach and seaside pelicans.
There are daily opportunities to feed the local pelicans, at the Pelican Feeding Point. Nearly every 8:45 am opposite the Murchison Caravan Park, you can help feed the Pelicans with a Gold Coin donation. The volunteers share their knowledge of the amazing birds and great local information as well. The Pelicans have been being feed at this point since 1975 when a local by the name of Cliff Ross started feeding them. Cliff Ross used to own a museum in Kalbarri called fantasyland.
Kalbarri is a great place to fish, walk and relax. The National Park has great gorges with some fantastic walks. There are so many places to visit Mushroom Rock, Red Loop, Z-Bend.
Another great attraction in Kalbarri is the amazing range of Wildflowers. These are in bloom between July and November and there are an amazing 800 species in Western Australia.
The gorges carved by the Murchison River in Kalbarri National Park provides great short and long walks to see some spectacular lookouts.
The standout would be the walk to see “Nature’s Window”. This is only 400 metres from the carpark is a natural rock arch that frames the Murchison river perfectly.
If you are up for a long walk it is part of an 8km loop that begins and ends at “Natures Window”.
The sandstone rock is a great photo opportunity and the view looks different depending on the angle, lighting that you see it through.
So make sure you stand at Nature’s Window and gaze out at the glorious view. See the rich colours in the rocks and marvel at how amazing Australia is.
Kalbarri is well worth a visit when you go to Western Australia.