Western Australia National Parks Best 3 Western Australia offers many spectacular national parks. Those national parks have beautiful waterfalls, magnificent gorges, white sand and crystal clear water beaches and many more. THE WA TRAVEL GUIDE has selected the best 3 national parks in Western Australia based on our real experiences.
Without doubts, Karijini National Park is the most adventurous national park in Western Australia. Karijini National Park is the second largest national park in Western Australia which offers visitors excellent trekking courses. We can enjoy walking though fabulous gorges which leads to natural pools as well as beautiful waterfalls. Swimming in the natural pools surrounded by the magnificent gorges is definitely one of the must thing in Karijini National Park. Location: about 90km from Tom Price
Cape Range National Park beautiful national park located in Exmouth. Cape Range National Park offers unmatched ocean, Ningaloo Reef. Ningaloo Reef is one of the most loved ocean for divers as well as snorkellers due to unspoilt corals and colourful tropical fish inhabited in the reef. Besides, Cape Range National Park also offers Yardie Creek where you can spot variety of wildlife and mangrove trees. Cape Range National Park is where dry land and beautiful ocean meets. Location: Exmouth
Kalbarri National Park is renowned for activities such as canoeing, kayaking, fishing, rock climbing and etc.The popular tourist spots in the Kalbarri National Park are Nature's Window , Hawk's Head and loop. This is where Murchison river runs though red earth gorges. We can also climb down the gorges and swim Murchison rive. If you are lucky, you can even spot rare lizard, thorny devil. Kalbarri National Park is also famous for wildflowers which bloom during spring to summer. Location: Kalbarri
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