The Kalbarri Skywalk, featuring two cantilevered viewing platforms 100 metres above the Murchison River and jutting out 25 metres and 17 metres respectively from the gorge rim, is now open to visitors within Kalbarri National Park. The Skywalk offers visitors striking views of the Park’s gorges, sandstone cliffs, waterways, and bushland famous for its wildflowers. The Skywalk is part of improving access and infrastructure in Kalbarri National Park to encourage more tourists to explore the town of Kalbarri and the wider Coral Coast’s natural heritage. Two Aboriginal Rangers are employed full-time in Kalbarri National Park.
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