Everybody is talking about the newest attraction for travellers which has recently opened to the public – the Kalbarri Skywalk.
Located within Kalbarri National Park, the Skywalk is in two parts, and offers breathtaking vistas of the Murchison River Gorge’s rust-red cliffs, flowing water and bushland from high above. The twin skywalks are built 100 metres apart, and project 25-metres and-17 metres beyond the gorge rim, and are more than 100 metres above the Murchison River.
Kalbarri is one of WA’s favourite holiday destinations along the coral coast, and offers more than you could imagine!
The township itself boasts a beautiful river foreshore where the magnificent Murchison River meets the Indian Ocean, an ideal playground for families to relax, swim, fish and snorkel in the aqua blue waters.
Surrounded by National Park, to the north, Kalbarri offers dramatic inland gorges with breathing scenery, 400-million-year-old landscapes that are a must to explore. To the south and only 8km from the town centre, stunning coastal cliffs are a delight of geological rock formations and layered sandstone. This is some of the most photographed scenery on the Coral Coast, and definitely something to capture for yourself.
Kalbarri is located approximately 590 km north of Perth. There are a selection of tours for every visitor, all types of accommodation on offer and with so much already to see and do in the region, the new Skywalk is simply a bonus!
For more information and to plan your Kalbarri holiday, visit the Kalbarri Visitor Centre website www.kalbarri.org.au.