Road Trip Adventure | Kalbarri, WA

It has been awhile since I went on a road trip with my family. Our ultimate destination was Kalbarri, where it's located 592 km north of Perth, Western Australia (6-7 hrs drive from Perth CBD).
On our way to Kalbarri, we stopped over in Geraldton for a quick tour.
It was built to honour the 645 Australian sailors that sacrificed their lives in a battle off the coast of Western Australia. The memorial is absolutely magnificent and it was such a dignified way to honor. The memorial features 5 elements and each has its own symbolism.
A silver dome of 645 seagulls represent each of the lost Sydney sailor. A bronze staturee of a woman gazes desperately out to sea as she awaits news of the ill-fated Sydney.
I paid my respect to those 645 sailors
Lest we Forget

There are two separate gorge areas in the National Park, the Coastal Gorges and the River Gorges.
River Gorges - Nature's Window, The Loop, Z Bend, Hawks Head and Ross Graham Lookout
It is believed that this National Park is the result of ~400 million years of geological formation. It was spectacular on how the nature's ability can carve the landscape.
The Loop
Nature's Window

Hawks Head and Ross Graham Lookout
                                                                               Z bend
Coastal Cliffs -Red Bluff, Mushroom Rock, Rainbow Valley, Pot Alley, Eagle Gorge, Shell House, Grandstand, Island Rock and Natural Bridge.
Yes! That's a Pink Lake! The vibrant pink colour of the lake makes this place so surreal.     
What a fairytale scenery!
Ciao Kalbarri!


  1. What a beautiful post! I love all these pictures - the dome is really pretty, and I love the second to last photo with your skirt. It looks straight out of a magazine!

    x. jill
    beck daily