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Red Bluff, Kalbarri

Categories: Lookouts, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.9/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web
Towering over the rushing blue sea far below, the sundrenched Red Bluff serves as a great place to observe the mighty humpback whales that patrol the Kalbarri coastline. The rocks of Red Bluff--believed to be approximately 400 million years old--look out over secluded beaches and crashing waves, providing panoramic views of the spectacular scenery. A visit to Red Bluff represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Kalbarri holiday planner to plot your vacation.
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  • You can enjoy Red Bluff at any time of day. Nice rock platforms to climb around on, or walk from here along the beach to Jacques to watch some excellent surfing. Views from Red Bluff lookout are spect...  read more »
  • What a wonderful view over the water. We saw whales quite close, stunning. Can be a bit windy, but well worth it. 
  • It's an easy walk along a sealed path to the lookout. Keep you eye out on the path, lots of little lizards sun-bathing on the side and lots of beautiful wildflowers to spot. The coastline view beautif...  read more »
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