Attraction Kalbarri Skywalk

Breathtaking twin skywalks in Kalbarri National Park will become a major tourism drawcard for Kalbarri, providing stunning vistas of the Murchison River Gorge's rust-red cliffs, flowing water and bushland from high above.

Famous for its' exceptional wildflowers, sandstone cliffs and variety of recreational activities, the National Park saw over 460,000 visitors in the 2019/20 financial year. By improving access and infrastructure, the Park's unique environment will be showcased to encourage more tourists to explore the town and wider Coral Coast region's natural heritage. Two Aboriginal Rangers are employed full-time in Kalbarri National Park.

The innovative tourism precinct in the park includes the twin skywalks, built 100 metres apart at the Inyaka Wookai Watju site (the West Loop), which project 25-metres and-17 metres beyond the gorge rim, more than 100 metres above the Murchison River. The complete redevelopment of the existing West Loop Lookout includes parking for coaches, an environmentally-friendly kiosk (opening late-2020, which will operate on low to nil-emissions with an off-the-grid energy/power system), walking trails, interpretative signage, shade shelters and toilets. The Skywalk is accessible to people of all ages and abilities.







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