'Walk to sky'



Kalbarri Skywalk is a must see for all travellers to the area. Float on air as you take a thrilling walk out along two cantilevered viewing platforms that hang in mid-air 100 metres above the gorge. Inspired by the region's Aboriginal heritage and beauty, several local indigenous artists have created interpretive artwork as an important part of the Skywalk experience.

Discover how the gorge formed millions of years ago or see how many Australian native animal sculptures you can find and maybe discover a fossil or two at this world class tourism attraction.

It is located in the Kalbarri National Park, 35 minutes from the Kalbarri township. To enter the area you will need to purchase a national park DAY PASS, $15 per vehicle per day, concession $8 per vehicle per day. These can be purchased from the Kalbarri Visitor Centre, WA Parks & Wildlife head quarters or at the entry fee station when you enter the inland river gorge national park (Natures Window, Kalbarri Skywalk & Z Bend).

The Skywalk does not open and close as such, it is accessible 24/7 but it is recommended to visit the area during daylight hours.

Dogs are not permitted in Kalbarri National Park.

This area is accessible to all abilities (wheelchair friendly) and the attraction is located just 150m from the car park.

There are composting toilets at this attraction.