2603 views as at 12 February 2013
A 400m walk from The Loop car park in Kalbarrfi National Park brings you to one of WA’s most iconic natural attractions, Nature’s Window. This natural rock arch frames the river view perfectly.
Kalbarri is a national park in Western Australia (Australia) of 1830.04 km², located 600 km north of Perth. The major geographical features of the park include the Murchison River gorge which runs for nearly 80 kilometres on the lower reaches of the Murchison River. Spectacular coastal cliffs are located on the coast near the mouth of the Murchison River and the town of Kalbarri.
The area is also famed for the diversity and extent of wildflowers during winter months. Twenty-one plant species are found only in the coastal cliff tops and gorge country predominantly in the National Park. One of the best known local plants is the Kalbarri catspaw, a small yellow or red plant that is usually seen on recently burnt country from August to September. Several orchids can only be seen in and near the park, including the Kalbarri spider orchid and the Murchison hammer orchid.
Activities in the park include horse riding, hiking, swimming, canoeing, and rafting. From Kalbarri there are scenic cruises up the Murchison river.(Wikipedia)
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See also Nature’s Window
See also Nature’s Window Kalbarri