Red Bluff, Mushroom Rock, and Pot Alley

MODERATE 1 reviews
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Red Bluff, Mushroom Rock, and Pot Alley is a 8.7 kilometer out and back trail located near Kalbarri, Western Australia, Australia that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and scenic driving.

8.7 km
174 m
Out & Back

kid friendly


nature trips

scenic driving




wild flowers


Kalbarri National Park, covering an area of 183,004 hectares, was formally gazetted in 1963. The park is located on the lower reaches of the Murchison River, which has cut magnificent red and white banded gorges for 80 kilometres, as it carves its way to the sea. Featuring spectacular coastline of limestone and sandstone cliffs over 100 metres high, the park has a range of bushwalks, lookouts and picnic areas for you to enjoy. Kalbarri is also famous for its wildflowers, most of which bloom from late July through spring and into early summer. The species-rich heathlands provide a spectacular floral display. There are vivid gold and orange banksias, grevilleas in white, yellow and red, green and red kangaroo paws, featherflowers in many coloured shades, smoke bushes, starflowers and many more. Sightseeing, rafting, canoeing, fishing, picnicking and bushwalking are the most popular activities in the park.

3 months ago

Well designed viewing points, the trail gets a bit tricky at area with loose stones.