Travel Photo Tuesday: Nature’s Window, Kalbarri, Australia

Our plan to visit Kalbarri Gorge for sunset in Western Australia was thwarted by a bushfire caused by lightening that closed the area. Thankfully the roads opened in time for us to visit it on our way out the next day, as it’s a really beautiful location and deserves a visit. Nature’s Window is a natural rock formation, reached via a 400 metre loop walk, that frames the river view perfectly.
Nature's Window, Kalbarri Gorge, Western Australia


Travel Photo Tuesday – and how you can join in.

Whether you are a traveller who takes photographs or a photographer who travels, the photos you return home with are permanent reminders of incredible experiences in unforgettable locations.

A good travel photo tells a story.  It captures the essence of a location, culture or experience.  It inspires you to keep exploring and inspires others to start.

A travel photo is my favourite and most valuable souvenir.  And I think it deserves a weekly featured post on my blog!

Travel Photo Tuesday is my new weekly feature, where I share my travel memories to inspire you to create your own.

But I like to be inspired too!  So I’m inviting you to share your favourite travel photos with me.

Simply include a link to one of your own travel photos in the comments section below, so I can visit your blog to check it out. And at the end of each month, I’ll feature my favourites in a special monthly post with your bio details and a link to your blog.


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Kellie is a traveller and photographer who is most at home when exploring the world beyond it. Through the intersection of her travel, writing and photography passions, she shares her experiences to inspire others to create there own. The desire to live life instead of existing through it has introduced Kellie to inspirational locations throughout seven continents and from this a passion for landscape and wildlife photography has evolved. You can see more of her photography at


  1. Kellie, I love your photos! I’m hoping to visit Australia later this year for a family wedding in Perth and you’ve shown me how much I have to look forward to.

    And thank you for the opportunity to share photos with you. In keeping with your love of landscape photography I’ll share my photos of the Maconnais region of Burgundy, France in my post Tournus and the Maconnais

    The lush green hills, vineyards and grazing Charolais cows show pastoral France at its best.

    All the best,
    Faye North

    • Thanks for sharing these for my Travel Photo Tuesday theme. What a beautiful part of the world. Although I love the variety of these shots and in particular the landscapes, I think my favourite is actually the beautiful simplicity of the sunflower!

      I hope you have some time to explore some of the beautiful regions around Perth in additional to Perth itself, it really is a beautiful place!

  2. Dorothy Chua says:

    Hi Kellie,
    Thank you for writing this blog, a beautiful pic you had snap!
    I will be heading to the same place next week, how exciting! 🙂

    May i ask you which road access did you use? Is the Nature’s window near to Kalbarri National Park? I am going from Hamelin Pool.

    I have been searching on the internet, but there is no info about it. All I found is “approximately 800m from car park”


    • I can’t remember the specific instructions, but we drove from Kalbarri to the Kalbarri National Park and then parked there (I can’t recall if its sign-posted but the locals should be able to tell you) and walked to Nature’s Window – a really nice walk, beautiful scenery.


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