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“caravan park”(6 reviews)
“white sand”(3 reviews)
65 Kms South of Kalbarri Via George Grey Drive, Kalbarri, Kalbarri National Park, Western Australia 6536, Australia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nature at it's best. Stunningly beautiful. Very pretty seeing pink water, kids were amazed by it. Worth the drive from Kalbarri

Thank Belinda D
Reviewed 5 September 2018

Popped by here en route to Geraldton and we were glad that we made the detour. Beautiful beach and a nice peaceful spot.

Thank Hartley5002
Reviewed 30 July 2018 via mobile

After you have visited The Pink Lake call into the Port Gregory caravan park and get Sam to make you a coffee- it was the best we have had In over thousands of kms of travelling - thanks Sam!! Don’t tell her hubby that though!

Thank OzPerth
Reviewed 5 July 2018

After visiting the Pink Lake we arrived to Port Gregory beach. There was a large and free parking space with changing facilities and toilets just in front of the beach. At the side of the parking there was an unpaved ramp making possible to reach...More

Thank bluebay06
Reviewed 29 June 2018

Worth taking the time to see Port Gregory while at Kalbarri and the pink lakes. Another aspect of the Kalbarri stay.

Thank John B
Reviewed 9 December 2017

after the surf of Kalbarri, its a surprise to see this beach lagoon. A great beach for children with white sand, shells and very calm water. A beautiful example of WA's turquoise coast

Thank Chris L
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

We stopped here briefly and were amazed by the gorgeous beach. We want to go back on a hot day to swim and relax.

Thank Poolandlocation
Reviewed 10 January 2017

We had a short visit here. It is a very attractive beach with a small settlement and a caravan park nearby. The water is clear and there is a lack of the weed that is often found at many neighbouring beaches. Because the reef extends...More

1  Thank Darron G
Reviewed 10 January 2017

A great area and you can take your four wheel drive along the beach. Some great little swimming areas inside the reef close to the beach. Good fishing at times and you can walk on the reef at own tide if it is calm.

1  Thank Dicko1947
Reviewed 8 January 2017

This is a really cool little beach. Great for fishing, swimming and snorkeling. Theres a pontoon and jetty. It can get very windy here, especially between October - February but it is definitely worth a look.

Thank Lozzzzzza
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