Nature's Window - Kalbarri National Park 🌿
Lasciata Geraldton abbiamo raggiunto il Kalbarri National Park. Ci siamo già stati tre anni fa ma dalla fretta avevamo saltato il posto più fotografato di tutto il Kalbarri, la Nature's Window.
Facciamo un paio di foto e ripartiamo!
In 3 ore raggiungiamo una roadhouse con le docce a 5$. Uno sciame di mosche ha deciso di non lasciarci in pace e abbiamo dovuto mangiare chiusi in macchina. Poi ci si é messo il vento e abbiamo dovuto spostare 4 volte la macchina per trovare una posizione non troppo ventilata. Alla fine ce l'abbiamo fatta e finalmente ci rilassiamo!
Left Geraldton we reached Kalbarri National Park. We've already been here 3 years ago but because of the rush we missed the most photographed place in Kalbarri, Nature's Window.
After few pictures we're ready to hit the road again!
In 3 hours we reached a roadhouse with showers for 5$. Then a swarm of flies decided not to leave us alone and we had to eat in the car!
Then after flies the wind make us move the car few times to find the good spot.
And.....we finally did it! Now we can relax!
You Can't miss this famous spot during a road trip in WA. Nature’s Window was formed by the wind eroding a section of the layered sandstone, that frames the river below. It really is one of the highlights in Kalbarri National Park. One tip: Don't forget to bring water! #natureswindow
To put it simply.... this is where I want to be. Back at stunning Eagle bay, enjoying the simple, free things in life.
Why would we holiday anywhere else when we have paradise right here.
Saturday was an incredible day...dolphins even greeted us as we arrived 😍
🛥 F I S H E R M E N 🛥 hang out on a jetty long enough and these two will put you to work !! Thanks for helping dust off the old cobwebs and stacking some rope on deck and good old fun tinny bashing into the Sou wester 🌬 #girlswhofish#boatlife#stack#winch#deckhand
How amazing is Australia 🤠!! We were so stoked to visit the famous 'Natures Window' today in Kalbarri National Park. These vibrant sanstone rocks have been eroded by the wind to create this epic window that overlooks the gorge and river below. The view was so awesome we sat up inside the window with the cool wind blowing in our face 🌬 taking in the scenery and were lucky to spot a few birds of prey hunting for their breakfast 🦅! Natures Window, Kalbarri, Western Australia.