Pack your bags and get ready to see Kalbarri National Park like you’ve never seen it before!

The new Kalbarri Skywalk has opened! Now you can venture out onto two platforms to take in the views of the red-rust gorges and the Murchison River as it makes its way out to the sea.

Perched right on the edge of the cliff, both platforms are 100m high and offer the most exhilarating views of the area! 

The roads into the park are sealed making it easy to get to and the platforms and pathways are pram and wheelchair friendly. 

While you’re there, learn about the traditional owners Nanda heritage and culture through beautiful signage and artwork. There are statues, fossils and geolocation information about the 400 million year old sandstone that makes these gorges. 

Start planning your holiday, purchase your holiday park pass and get ready for the trip of a lifetime!  

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