Overview

Island Rock and Natural Bridge are situated in Kalbarri National Park as part of the Coastal Cliff sites.

Yielding to the forces of the ocean, the once resilient Island Rock was part of the shoreline. It now stands as a solitary ‘sea stack’ having been spectacularly sculpted by the fracturing and decaying of the cliffs offering the viewer some amazing precarious rock formations.

National Bridge, as the name suggests, is a fully formed limestone rock "bridge" still attached to the coastline of Kalbarri.

Only a short walk from the carpark, visitors can enjoy stunning coastal views and lookout over the Natural Bridge for marine life, including whales and dolphins.

Visitors can view these formations from the safety of lookout enclosures that have been provided. Accessible all year round with whales spotted from this lookout point during July to October.

Tourists are advised to check for alerts and road/park closures before commencing their travel on www.emergency.wa.gov.au and https://alerts.dbca.wa.gov.au