Kalbarri coastal cliffs and beaches

The coastal cliffs of Kabarri are steep and dramatic

With some spectacular rock formations and secluded beaches.

A rugged terrain where a wild goat can safely find a cave to hide away in.

Given I have adopted for my BMW motorbike the German name for goat, Steinbock, it was appropriate I spotted this old Billy Goat resting in his cave.

Closer to the river mouth the cliffs drop away but the sandstone rock ledgers provide a barrier against the surf.

Making calm rockholes for swimming. Suitable for fish and human.

I see fish and fish see me!

The river estuary is a perfect spot to catch the pelicans on the wing at dusk.

The setting sun

And the equinoctial full moon rising on my last night in Kalbarri.

7 thoughts on “Kalbarri coastal cliffs and beaches

  1. sv-anui.com – We are passionate about sailing, having fun and enjoying life. Wade is our skipper, Chris is the photographer and writer. We live aboard our catamaran Anui, and share our cruising experiences through our photos, articles and journals.
    sv-anui.com says:

    Another spectacular scenery. That billy goat has such long hair and really blends into the rock. What a find!

  2. nora girl – I am a girl on a journey of self-growth and awakening. I share this journey with my readers. I write about my self-growth through submission, my love for all things D/s and spanking, and occasionally share some very naughty fiction. XOXO
    naughty nora says:

    Great set! Loved the pic of the goat in his cave 🙂

  3. Thank you for the past several blogs – I saw them in my email, just to busy with my own travels, and bs k to work, to find the time to enjoy your marvellous photos – love the goat – and snippets of information. Australia is one place I would love to visit, just not sure it will happen in this lifetime.

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