Kalbarri’s Coastal Cliffs extend 13km South into the boundaries of the national park. Here, you’ll find sheer coastall cliffs 100 metres above the roaring ocean waves.
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.
The Ross Graham Lookout and Hawk’s Head are where you’ll find views over the gorges. You can walk from the car park down to the river’s edge for a swim and a cool down.
The Z Bend River Trail is a 2.6km return hike that descends steeply down into the gorge. Be prepared for a few ladder climbs.
This unique rock formation has been naturally formed in a window shape overlooking the valley of the national park.