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Porongurup National Park, Western Australia, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great place to visit to break a long drive, stretch the legs and get the heart pumping. The 2+KM is hard work in the heat, take plenty of water- I know that’s standard but I drank over 2 litres in the heat. Great views, well...More

Thank Antony R
Reviewed 13 July 2018

We were 10 weeks into a big trip to W.A. and decided to head to this attraction. It was a fairly heavy going uphill walk (in fact we had to help another walker who was having blood pressure problems and had to go back). We...More

Thank SandyFord16
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

This walk up a pretty, green, forested track with a gentle incline belies the challenge that is presented at the end. The large granite boulders at the finish are spectacular and perched on top is the Skywalk that offers amazing views. The climb across the...More

Thank Lianne_and_Leighton
Reviewed 7 July 2018 via mobile

It’s not an easy walk, 2.2 KLM’s uphill but it’s well worth the walk when you see the views. Take your time and look at the nature as you walk up to the rock. It’s an easy walk back down. It’s a must visit

Thank Anthony H
Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

It may be a 2.2km hike up a reasonably steep track, but its very doable and once you get to the top, the views are breathtaking. There's a bit of a scramble across some boulder near the top and a 6 metre ladder to climb...More

Thank John D
Reviewed 21 May 2018 via mobile

What an amazing walk ,and the challenge to at the top to get to the skywalk makes it even more satisfying,especially for a couple in their late sixties,The views are awesome, would reccomend as must do on your WA trip, Yes you do need a...More

Thank Keith W
Reviewed 5 April 2018

This structure far surpassed my expectations! Did the 4.4 walk to the top-gradual climb. Not too difficult although passed a few people struggling . The skywalk looks fantastic , although the hand rungs were spaced quite a long way apart for more petite people but...More

Thank Louieone1
Reviewed 19 March 2018 via mobile

Amazing skywalk well worth the effort but a lot harder than you think. Need to be at least moderately fit . Which we were. Last climb to rock pretty difficult but they give another platform for viewing should you not be able to do it....More

Thank 120Wendy1964
Reviewed 18 February 2018

Gentle climb uphill for the 2Ks but worth it in the end. It was a bit of a challenge, but ensure to dress correctly and take water. the views form the Skywalk are fantastic, out towards Albany and beyond. Dont be confused by the scramble,...More

Thank PUMPOP14
Reviewed 18 February 2018

This is a 4.4km return walk that is increasingly uphill/rocky and hard work on a hot day. Once there, accessing the walkway is challenging and potentially unsafe. Not for young children. Rewarded with stunning views and worth the trip. There is no water at the...More

Thank Jo M
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