Kalbarri Skywalk Opens

Breathtaking Kalbarri Skywalk Open Friday June 12th

Breathtaking twin skywalks in Kalbarri National Park open on Friday.
Kalbarri Skywalk Opens
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Breathtaking twin skywalks in Kalbarri National Park.

As reported in September of 2019 with the first look at the Kalbarri Skywalk, the twin skywalks are now set to open next Friday.

Watch: Kalbarri Skywalk opens 2020 on Australia’s Coral Coast

What you need to know

The skywalk consists of two 100m-high skywalks with a connecting boardwalk between them. The structures will jut 25m and 17m beyond the rim of the Murchison River Gorge at one of its highest points – making for some spectacular views.

Opening Hours and Entry Costs 

The inland gorge sites of the National Park are open from 6am – 6pm daily (from sunrise to sunset), at a cost of $15 per vehicle (carrying up to 12 passengers).

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All coastal sites of the Kalbarri National Park are free to visit. 

Essential information

  • Camping overnight in the Park is not allowed. 
  • Please bring drinking water with you as there is no freshwater found in the Park. 
  • The Skywalk will be accessible to people of all ages and abilities.

Instagram: Gram-worthy views as far as the eye can see

Tours

There are a number of tour operators who can show you the best park locations. For further tour details contact the Kalbarri Visitor Centre.

While you are in Kalbarri why not do a bit more exploring? See why Kalbarri is for the outdoor lovers and take in other sights and sounds of Australia’s Coral Coast.

Kalbarri, a six-hour drive (590km) north of Perth and is now more than ever worth the drive up.

Feature image: instagram.com/waparkswildlife

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