8 Activities To Do In Kalbarri, WA’s Coastal Playground

8 Activities To Do In Kalbarri, WA’s Coastal Playground

Abseiling
 
Kalbarri is so perfect for abseiling, it’s as if Mother Nature had this activity in mind when forming the rocky cliffs and gorges. With half-day and full-day tours available, you can get up close to the incredible depths of this part of WA.
 
Skydiving
 
If Kalbarri is beautiful on land, imagine what it looks like from above! Hurtling towards the beach from as high as 14,000ft, take in the view of valleys, rivers and inclines during a skydive.
 
Quad Biking
 
Traverse the rugged landscape on a quad bike, through bushland, across beaches and over rivers, passing stunning scenery, wildlife and pure beauty spots. Sitting on a quad bike, the road ahead is truly thrilling.
 
Sandboarding
 
The wide-open beaches of Kalbarri are perfect for sandboarding. A fast-growing adventure sport, you could spend hours riding the sand as you look out towards the water’s edge.
 
Canoeing
 
Meander the Murchison River and Murchison Gorge to spot wildlife, view the dramatic cliff faces and multi-coloured rock layers, and enjoy the calming sounds of the water on a canoe trip.
 
Horse Riding
 
Such a picturesque landscape is ideal for horse riding, with panoramic views of the ocean as you ride through bushland and sand dunes. You may even get to ride through the mighty Murchison River – great on a warm day.
 
Scenic Flights
 
If you want a truly spectacular view of Kalbarri and its surroundings, hop on a scenic flight over the coastal cliffs, blue ocean and Murchison River.
 
Exploring
 
If you just want to see what Kalbarri holds, travel by foot through the national park, making discoveries along the way. Make sure to take a picture beside and through Natures Window, the perfect frame for views of the Murchison River and beyond.

Article courtesy of BBM Live


Posted: 23/06/2015 9:17:44 AM by Global Administrator | 0 comments
Filed under: abseiling, australia, flights, horseriding, Kalbarri, quadbiking, sandboarding, scenic, skydiving, wa

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