The Beauty of Kalbarri National Park’s Stunning River Gorges

hawks head lookout scene. | taken with Sony NEX-7 – The other afternoon, we went to Kalbarri National Park, 186,096 hectares of outback adventures, dramatic gorges and dazzling wildflowers which is a must if you’re a visiting Australia’s Coral Coast.

You can sometimes see kangaroos and emus during the day.

We did a bit of hiking, bushwalking, meditating in the river. I was in fine company to explore my new found passion for the national park.

what a little sunlight can do. | taken with Sony NEX-7

love is here to stay. | taken with Sony NEX-7

day in, day out. | taken with Sony NEX-7

I spent a glorious hour hiking along bush trails, ducking under branches, swerving around pot holes, sliding along the loose gravel and dodging the massive craters in the ground!

It was really exciting and so much fun.

miss red to you. | taken with Sony NEX-7

god bless the travel junkie. | taken with Sony NEX-7

i didn’t know what time it was. | taken with Sony NEX-7

body and soul. | taken with Sony NEX-7

Me about to start my meditation!

You know what?

The national park was amazing.

when a travel blogger loves a national park. | taken with Sony NEX-7

i can’t get started. | taken with Sony NEX-7

the sun fell on the park. | taken with Sony NEX-7

It was a warm day, but the trees filtered out the sun and heat, casting a beautiful diffused light everywhere. I felt like I was walking through a fairytale.

I LOVED the experience!


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