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All reviews car park the river the loop natural wonder photo opportunity stunning views bring water short walk sealed road perfect spot worth the trip an easy walk entrance fee kodak moment western australia beautiful place to visit reasonable fitness
So we area family of 5 and we made our 1st trip during the day around 1/2pm and it was hot as hell -we figured there’s no way kids we’re gonna make it and they weren’t interested in it at all with the heat.. so...More
The drive through the national park area is pretty unique itself.
But the view of the gorges is pretty amazing and natures window is well worth the walk (great photo opportunity).
The day we went it was very hot so make sure you take water!
While passing through Kalbarri, we visited the Kalbarri National Park. The location for a photo is a short 15 minute walk to a fantastic location. We saw many other visitors having photo's here. This is a spot for a memory of the magical Australian landscape....More
This place is incredible ! So close to the town of Kalbarri. Not a too far walk from the car park. About 500 metres. Was very hot though so remember to take a water bottle. Loved this place so much would go there again.
An amazing natural attraction, which is one of the highlights within the Kalbarri National Park. Walk 0.5 km over sandstone rocks to get to the iconic view of rocks framing the Murchinson River below. Spectacular views, with lots of photo opportunities. Not recommended for those...More
What an incredible natural attraction to check out.
The views are stunning, the photo opportunities are endless and it’s a winner in any nature lovers eyes!
It’s a 40 minute drive from Kalbarri ( gorgeous spot) as you are entering a national park there is...More
@LizardBliss reported two weeks ago in December 2018 that the window was broken, but they were looking in the wrong place. Sadly, they marked it less than 5 stars 😔, shame they couldn’t see it.
We were there today 27th December, You will see what...More
Visited on a glorious day and after the initial tram was treated spectacularly scenic views. Wear the correct footwear as it's a bit mountain goat, and as I had a back trapped nerve consider if you have any form of mobility problem. The site gives...More
Response from falko2016 | Reviewed this property |
yes, there is a very convenient car park right at the start of the stairs that are taking you down towards the track to nature's window. The walk itself is easy as far as it takes you to the rocks. From there... More
yes, there is a very convenient car park right at the start of the stairs that are taking you down towards the track to nature's window. The walk itself is easy as far as it takes you to the rocks. From there it's still good walking, but no paved tail any more.
The sight itself, therefore, is easy to get to.
It's a paved road first that turns off the main road. Then you got to pay admission to the National Park. Shortly after you get to hit the gravel road, which is still ok taking you to the car park.
Enjoy your travels.