The coastal cliffs of Kalbarri make up the western edge of the Kalbarri National Park. They are massive eroding walls of limestone and sandstone that are a part of the extensive Tamala Limestone Reef which extends from Shark Bay to Albany. Best time to explore the cliffs is at sunrise or sunset.

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The highlight for me was Island Rock, a massive stack of limestone that formed when waves carved out a sea cave forming a bridge, which eventually collapsed leaving only what remains today. As time goes on the stack will eventually crumble and fall into the ocean. We see only a frame in a very long movie. Purchase the above image as a fine art print here.

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The above image can be purchased as a fine art print here.

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