| Jan 20, 2017
The world-class skywalk tourism development at Kalbarri National Park has reached a milestone, with work started and the official launch estimated for August 2017. Access to the Loop/Z Bend trails will be limited until July 2017, click here for information.
Image: Architect's impression of Kalbarri's new skywalk precinct, opening August 2017
This exciting project means that some access roads will be unavailable however there is still many great sites, walks, lookout points and touring options in Kalbarri.
• The National Park is NOT closed.
• The Kalbarri National Park has 14 public sites in total - public access during the Skywalk build time is only limited at 4 (Nature’s Window, Z-Bend, the West Loop and Meanarra Hill) of the 14 sites.
• Tourists CAN VISIT THE PARK AS PART OF A TOUR to the Z-Bend, Nature’s Window the West Loop lookout throughout the closures - book your tour through the Kalbarri Visitor Centre.
• Visitors who wish to visit the gorges can still explore Ross Graham and Hawks Head, two spectacular sites that are highly underrated and accessible by two-wheel drive cars.
• Visiting Ross Graham and Hawks Head are FREE OF CHARGE whilst the park undergoes the upgrade.
• The Coastal Cliffs (BELOW) are equally impressive & walks along here are much more comfortable during the hottest months.
Until July 2017, there will be limited access to some sites within the park. Access to Meanarra Hill, Nature's Window, Z-Bend and the West Loop lookout could be affected during this time, please check the project calendar or contact the Kalbarri Visitor Centre or call us on +61 8 9937 1104 for tour options, further information or if in doubt.