The Kalbarri Tudor Holiday Park is a great place to stay for anyone travelling, either alone or with a group. You’ll enter a charming, relaxed atmosphere where you’re welcome to stay and enjoy yourself, just minutes away from all of the attractions in Kalbarri.
The Park Cabins and Tudor Cabins are a great alternative, as you get your own room that sleeps 1-4 people. They have all of the essentials without too much ‘fluff’. Enjoy cooking facilities, cookware, cutlery, kettle, toaster, fridge, air conditioner (Park Cabins Only) and ceiling fan (Tudor Cabins).
Kalbarri backpackers understand that there’s more to explore than the town itself. Swimming in the Murchison River, exploring coastal gorges, cooking on open barbeques, and wandering into the local pubs are all prime attractions for Kalbarri backpackers and staying at the Kalbarri Tudor Holiday Park puts you in the middle of all of the action.
Additionally, enjoy complimentary amenities like a swimming pool, access to free wifi, tv room, spring water on tap, and skateboard park nearby. Kalbarri backpackers can also rent linen sets for $10 each throughout the duration of the stay.
So many attractions are close by in Kalbarri for backpackers to enjoy:
- The Murchison River Mouth features a safe swimming spot that’s perfect to counter the summer heat
- The IGA down the road is a great place to buy groceries and you can also find a full grocery store further into the town behind the Gilgai Tavern
- A dirt track along the river north of town is perfect for exploration if you have a 4WD. Enjoy beautiful views of the coast
- Chinaman Rock is an amazing, calm fishing spot
- Take the TransWA Coach to stretch your explorations or jump off to the next point
- Angie’s Café is a cute little café where you can enjoy great breakfast and lunch food for a great price
How to Get Here
Getting to Kalbarri is very easy but it is a little bit out of the way. All in all, it’s a six or seven hour drive from Perth to Kalbarri. Here are two routes that you can take:
1. Take the Brand Highway and then turn onto the North West Coastal Highway at Geraldton, about 590 kilometers from Perth.
2. You can enjoy a more scenic route by choosing the New Indian Ocean Drive, taking you just south of Dongara. Then turn onto the Brand Highway and the North West Coastal Highway at Geraldton.
Next, there are two entrances into Kalbarri once you reach Northampton:
1. Take the coastal route by turning onto Port Gregory Kalbarri Road at Northampton. You’ll pass historic Port Gregory, Lucky Bay, Wagoe Beach, and then enter Kalbarri. (100 km)
2. Take the inland route on Ajana/Kalbarri Road and then turn off at the Kalbarri National Park. You’ll love passing the beautiful inland scenery. (110 km)
Another option is to get into Kalbarri by TransWA and Greyhound coach services. Find all of the information about timetables, ticket prices, route details, and more on the TransWA and Integrity websites.
The Kalbarri Tudor Holiday Park, a favourite destination for backpackers, is located at 10 Porter Street in Kalbarri, WA. You can call us at (08) 9937 1077 and email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!