Welcome to Camp Kalbarri!

  • Camp Kalbarri dining hall and dormitories
  • The Zuytdorp memorial overlooks the coastal cliffs
  • Kalbarri Wharf for a spot of hand-line fishing
  • Surfing with dolphins at Jake's Beach
  • Coastal Cliffs just south of Kalbarri
  • Pelican feeding happens every morning at 8.45am on the river foreshore
  • Nature's Window is in the Kalbarri National Park
  • Children drumming at Zest Festival
  • Z-Bend is in the Kalbarri National Park
Camp Kalbarri is located on the riverfront and offers school and special interest groups great facilities and a million dollar view. You’ll just love what we have to offer.

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Set on three acres overlooking the stunning Murchison River, Camp Kalbarri is just a short walk from the fabulous swimming beaches and just five minutes from the town centre. Our camp consists of dormitory style accommodation with bunk beds catering for up to 64 persons. Each dormitory has its own ablution block and a separate room for supervisors.

There is a large dining hall, which also serves as a meeting room or indoor activity area. A professional catering service is available or groups can choose to self cater. Other facilities include a grassed playing field, basketball half court, volleyball court, barbecue, campfire (in season only), sporting equipment and washing machine.

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For more information of our Facilities and Things to Do in Kalbarri, click here.

Why Choose Kalbarri?

Kalbarri is one of WA’s most popular holiday destinations and offers camp groups more fun and more interesting natural attractions than any other town on the west coast. It offers such a variety of recreational pursuits based around the river, the ocean and the fascinating national park.

Kalbarri is blessed with a unique marine environment offering clean safe beaches, towering sandstone cliffs, coastal reefs and an abundance of subtropical marine life. It is surrounded by 500,000 acres of National Park with its magnificent array of natural flora and fauna, and spectacular river gorges and rock formations, making it ideal for hiking and the perfect place for marine biology and geographical studies.

The surrounding area is also full of intriguing history with its early European landings, ship wrecks, WA’s first mining lease, first railway line, the world’s first airmail service and a convict hiring station.

A full range of activity packages can be arranged for you according to your group’s needs and budget. Itineraries can include full-on adventure activities, nature based experiences, history based learning, a mix of all three, or just plain fun!

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