Kalbarri Skywalk

Work is in progress for the NEW Kalbarri Skywalk, learn more about the project.

Access to the National Park is now available with the sealing of roads in to the Z-Bend, Nature's Window and the Loop areas.

I have a two-wheel drive car (2WD), can I access the Park? 

Yes. Access is now available for two-wheel (2WD) and four-wheel (4WD) drive cars. If you are hiring a car locally, please check with the provider to ensure your insurance coverages National Park access. As the roads are now sealed, generally hire cars are permitted, but please check at time of pick up.

I have a Caravan, can I access the Park? 

As at 15 August 2017, towing vechiles such as caravans, trailers and boats etc. are not currently permitted in the Z-Bend area.

If you are unsure if your vehicle falls into this category please email the Kalbarri Visitor Centre or call on +61 8 9937 1104. For further information or if in doubt, contact the Department of Parks and Wildlife Geraldton District office on +61 8 9964 0901.

Can I go on a tour?

Absolutely! There are a number of tour operators who can show you the best park locations. Contact the Kalbarri Visitor Centre or call on +61 8 9937 1104 for tour options into the National Park.

 

What natural attractions are available to explore in Kalbarri?

Download the Kalbarri section of our Holiday Guide and look at the various walking trails

Kalbarri National Park 
  • Hawks Head
  • Ross Graham

Kalbarri Coastal Cliffs

  • Pot Alley
  • Rainbow Valley
  • Mushroom Rock
  • the Bigurda Trail
  • Eagle Gorge
  • Red Bluff beach
  • Natural Bridge and Island Rock

What is the Skywalk and when will it be open?

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

Work on the new Kalbarri Skywalk has commenced with the official launch estimated for early 2018. Kalbarri National Park, which is famous for its exceptional wildflowers, sandstone cliffs and variety of recreational activities, saw over 370,000 visitors in the 2016/17 financial year. By improving access and infrastructure, the park's unique environment will be showcased to encourage more tourists to explore the town and wide Coral Coast region's natural heritage.

The innovative tourism precinct in the park will include twin skywalks which will be built 100m apart at the Inyaka Wookai Watju site (the West Loop) which will project 20m and 12m beyond the gorge rim, more than 100m above the Murchison River.Works already underway include the sealing of the Loop/Z Bend Road which has previously been accessible only by 4WD and all-wheel drive cars. This road sealing will allow access to some of Kalbarri's popular tourist segment – the RV market which comprises of both grey nomads and families.

There will be the complete redevelopment of the existing Z Bend lookout with parking for coaches, a kiosk, walking trails, interpretative signage, shade shelters and toilets. The skywalks will be accessible to people of all ages and abilities.

 

I have a specific question!

Contact the Kalbarri Visitor Centre or call on +61 8 9937 1104 for tour options into the National Park.

For further information, contact the Department of Parks and Wildlife Geraldton District office on +61 8 9964 0901

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