Kalbarri Transportation

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    BY CAR OR ON A TOUR

    by balhannah Written Dec 18, 2014

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    To reach Kalbarri National Park you really need your own transport or to take one of the many tours on offer.

    Kalbarri National Park has NO ACCOMMODATION, so is a day visit park only.

    We had our own car so made our base at the township of Kalbarri, then travelled to the park daily. The road from Kalbarri is sealed. Not all the roads in the National Park are, some are sandy gravel and need to be driven along carefully. When we travelled in the park, the road was well graded and we didn't have any problems. Do slow down when a vehicle is approaching, this helps prevent stone damage and a dust storm.

    Emus are in the park and we struck several running across the road infront of us. You never know what they will do, so be extra careful in-case they turn and head back the way they came from.

    If you haven't your own transport, then the other option is to take one of the many tours on offer. The Tourist Information centre can fill you in on these. Tours range from day tours from Kalbarri to longer ones for Geraldton and Perth. Types of tours vary, so do check the info centre or the web for ideas on what you wish to do.

    Kalbarri N/Park road
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    • Road Trip
    • Motorcycle

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    Canoe Safaris

    by keeweechic Written Jan 30, 2008

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    Canoe Safaris are available to organise from Kalbarri Boat Hire. The trip will take you by 4WD 15kms up the Murchison River. You will then start your trip paddling down the river to Nanny Goat Well. Once you reach there you will be given breakfast or lunch (depending on the time of your trip). The safari then continues down another 8kms down the river. At the end of the safari you will be taken back to Kalbarri. There are two safaris. One leaves at 7.00am and returns at 11.00am and the other leaves at 12.30pm and returns at 4.30pm.

    Location : Riverfront, Grey St, Kalbarri

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    It is easier if you have a car

    by Myndo Updated Oct 18, 2004

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    Western Australia is wonderful, but most interesting places are quite far apart. There are buses and tours that cover these distances, but I think it is better if you have a car (sharing it with someone maybe), then you are much more independent and can see the places whenever you want.

    the roads are mostly ok, only in the National Parks you can still find gravel and rougher goings.
    Nothing which you couldn't do with a normal car, mostly, though. But: check your car- contract if you are allowed to drive on these roads....

    Also if you reall intend to drive off the road take 2 additional tires with you.

    Road in the Kalbarri Ntl Park
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    Westrail

    by Roadrunnermike Updated Sep 27, 2002

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    Kalbarri is served by Westrail and Greyhound also Integrity Coachlines, enquiries can be made at the visitor centre as to times and routes. Taxis are available for local journeys. Car hire and bike hire is available, also Kalbarri has its own airfield that do charters/flights around the area.

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    The family car

    by robertgaz Updated Aug 17, 2006

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    Because of the vast distance to, from and driving around Kalbarri I strongly recommend a car or motorhome to give you the independence to explore this mid western part of WA.

    Load up the boot Lets' go Dad!
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    • Budget Travel
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    Greyhound to Kalbarri

    by stevezero Written Dec 23, 2004

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    Greyhound Pioneer buses from Perth drop passengers at the Ajana turn-off on the highway, to be met by a shuttle bus on Monday, Thursday and Saturday only

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