Located just 500 metres from The Loop (or Inyaka Wookai Watju) carpark, Nature’s Window is one of Western Australia’s most iconic natural attractions, formed from layers of Tumblagooda Sandstone.
To access the natural rock arch, follow the stairs, walk down a picturesque trail past lookout points and over the rock face to the rock formation, which perfectly frames the rugged upstream view of the Murchison River. It is an easy 1km walk (return) to the Window.
When visiting any sites in the National Park we recommend the following:
- Wear sturdy, covered shoes, and protect yourself from the sun with a wide-brimmed hat.
- Carry lots of water (3-4 litres per person). There is no drinking water available in the park.
- Stick to the designated track - be aware of loose surfaces and undercut cliff ledges.
- Take your time and enjoy!
- All rubbish must be placed in bins provided or carried out of the Park.
The Window marks the beginning and end of The Loop (Class 4 trail), an 8km walking trail which concludes at the Loop lookout providing views of the winding gorge below. The difficulty is moderate to challenging with steep sections and uneven surfaces.
What is a Class 4 Trail?
Paths are often rough with few, if any, modifications. A moderate to high level of fitness is required. Users should be self-reliant because there are few encounters with others. Weather can affect safety, always bring more water than you think you will need.