August-September: Wildflowers. Over 800 species of wildflowers create an awe-inspiring display as they blossom.
Kalbarri National Park remains open throughout the year but it can be extremely hot between December and April. At any time of the year, it can be 10°C hotter in the gorges than the temperatures reported for the town. Drinking water is not supplied in the park.
Rainfall is low with most falling between May and August. Heavy rain may result in the closure of access roads to the gorges and canoeing/kayaking through the gorges of the Murchison River may become possible soon after the same rainfall events, but the activity is hazardous and should only be attempted by the most skilled paddlers.
Go to the Bureau of Meteorlogy for more climate and weather information.