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The path from car park to Nature's Window is about 5- 10 minute walk. It starts with a flight of stairs then follows a concrete footpath until your reach a rocky path leading to the site. It can get quite busy as it is a...More
Lovely 5 min walk to Nature's Window. Very beautiful scenery on the way and plenty of photo stops. Bit of a drive through the Park but worth the drive. Cost $13 to drive through the National Park. We saw Emus walking by the roadside. Unfortunately...More
After doing the southern coastline we set off for the national park. The park was very well sign posted with mileages fairly accurate. Best national park we've been in, amazing facilities at all points, well done to whoever is responsible for the area. As for...More
The 'essential' photo in the park so therefore also the busiest although not many people when we visited early October. This is a good time too as not so hot and lots wildflowers.
The views from this look out and the others are amazing as...More
Well worth the drive to this part of the Kalbarri National Park. Great views of canyons and the Murchison River and at the right time of the year hordes of wild flowers. Well formed path but be prepared for steps.
The Kalbarri National Park is a fantastic place to visit and there are so many look outs to see. Most involved a short walk from the car park and there often are longer trails that you can follow
to enjoy more of the nature views...More
A beautiful place to visit. The road us fully paved, approx 25km from the entry. A 1km return walk with a few rocky bits to negotiate. I would recommend shoes with tread, def not thongs. Well worth the effort.
Was here early, reached around 8am plus and we had the entire window to ourselves. Camwhored lots until other visitors started coming in about 30 mins later.
It’s an easy walk from the carpark to the nature’s window, and if you hadn’t had much time...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.