Bigurda Trail is a 8km, grade 3 One Way hike located in Kalbarri National Park Western Australia. The hike should take approximately 2hrs to complete.
The eight kilometre Bigurda Trail hugs the coastline between Eagle Gorge and Natural Bridge, providing stunning coastal views. Arrange to be dropped off at Eagle Gorge and traverse south along the coastal cliffs for 3 to 5 hours, finishing up at the Natural Bridge.
South of Kalbarri township lies a long stretch of coastal cliffs. Here the Indian Ocean butts up against the ancient Australian landmass, creating steep chasms, rocky inlets and bizarre formations, as it relentlessly carves away at the multi-coloured layers of sandstone and limestone. A string of lookouts dots the impressive coast south of town and the easy Bigurda Trail (8km one way) follows the cliff tops between Natural Bridge and Eagle Gorge ; from July to November you may spot migrating whales. Closer to town are Pot Alley, Rainbow Valley, Mushroom Rock and Red Bluff, the last accessible via a walking trail from Kalbarri (5.5km one way).n
Start Point: Red Bluff Beach – 5km South of Kalbarri townsite in Kalbarri National Park which is 590km (6-7 hours drive) from Perth
End Point: Natural Bridge
Region: Kalbarri National Park, Coral Coast
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.