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Kalbarri Skywalk, Kalbarri NP Kalbarri Skywalk, Kalbarri NP

  • Less than 1 hour
  • 0.4 km
    • Bush Walk Class 1

      All abilities access, flat, even, hardened surface with no steps or steep sections. Suitable for unassisted wheelchair users and prams. Clear directional signage. No bushwalking experience required.

The Kalbarri Skywalk (Kaju Yatka) offers breathtaking views of the Murchison River gorge and its spectacular surrounding landscape.

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The Kalbarri Skywalk (Kaju Yatka) consists of twin skywalks, built 100-metres apart at the Inyaka Wookai Watju site (the West Loop), which project 25-metres and 17-metres beyond the gorge rim and sit more than 100-metres above the Murchison River.

In addition to the skywalks, the precinct includes parking for cars, coaches and RVs/campervans, walk trails, interpretive signage, shade shelters, toilets and an eco-friendly kiosk.

Kalbarri is part of the traditional lands of the Nanda people, in the Yamaji region of Western Australia. The Skywalk's entry sign 'Kaju Yatka' is the Nanda words for 'sky' and 'to walk'. 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, including the Beemarra serpent. Central to the dreaming story of the Nanda people, the serpent is sandblasted into the path to guide visitors. Message sticks welded with Aboriginal art make a 'forest' near the entrance to the Skywalk, and interpretive signage sharing the Nanda people's story and history is displayed in the shade shelter area.

The Skywalk is accessible to people of all ages and abilities. Entry fees apply to the inland sites of Kalbarri National Park, however there are no additional fees to access the Skywalk precinct.

Kalbarri Visitor Centre

(08) 9937 1104

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Time / Duration

The walk is short but allow up to an hour to enjoy the incredible view


400 metres one way

What To Pack

Group A - Urban Trails (Urban trails or short trails near facilities) required.

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Bush Walk

Class 1

All abilities access, flat, even, hardened surface with no steps or steep sections. Suitable for unassisted wheelchair users and prams. Clear directional signage. No bushwalking experience required.

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Composting toilets on site as well as an eco-friendly kiosk serving food and refreshments. 

  • Lookouts
  • All accessible parking
  • Public Toilet
  • All accessible toilet facilities
  • View Platform
  • Kiosk

Best time of year

March to May and June to August for wildflowers


Fees apply

Trail Access

Skywalk is 600km north of Perth by road. From Kalbarri the Skywalk is 30mins/ 37km east of town by road (2WD).

Prohibited Items

Pets are prohibited within Kalbarri National Park.

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1 trail goers have rated Kalbarri Skywalk, Kalbarri NP as 5 out of 5!

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Donna Kirkham

Reviewed 26 Jul 2023, 8:59am

This is a short and easy walk out to the viewing platforms. The views are stunning!

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