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Inside the Kalbarri Skywalk in Western Australia

Welcome to the end of the earth: The incredible ‘secret’ skywalk tucked away in remote Australian national park that everyone’s talking about – here’s how to get there

  • The Kalbarri Skywalk in WA has gone viral on TikTok for its stunning views 
  • The skywalk includes a 100m drop over the gorge and looks over a national park 
  • Kalbarri is a whopping 485km north of Perth, in the Mid West region of the state 

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A skywalk in a remote part of Australia has gone viral on TikTok with its incredible views and 100m drop over a national park.  

The Kalbarri Skywalk is perched on a cliff-top, overlooking the Kalbarri National Park in the Mid West region of Western Australia.

The tourist site, which includes two lookouts that project 25 and 17 metres from the rim of the Murchison Gorge, is 485km north of Perth.

The Kalbarri Skywalk is perched on a cliff-top, overlooking the Kalbarri National Park in the Mid West region of Western Australia

The skywalk includes two lookouts that project 25 and 17 metres from the rim of the Murchison Gorge

The skywalk includes two lookouts that project 25 and 17 metres from the rim of the Murchison Gorge

Australian adventurer Cam Bostock visited the remote skywalk, sharing drone footage of the stunning environment and must-see attraction to TikTok.

‘Ever wanted to walk over the edge of a massive cliff?’ he asked his followers. 

‘This spot is insane.’ 

The $24 million project took four-and-a-half years to complete. 

The national park is popular for sightseeing, picnicking, abseiling, rafting and canoeing – only after heavy rains.  

WA’s Parks and Wildlife Service urge visitors to plan their visit to ensure they remain safe at the gorge. This includes packing enough water as it can get extremely hot in summer.

The Kalbarri Skywalk is a whopping 485km north of Perth in remote Western Australia

The Kalbarri Skywalk is a whopping 485km north of Perth in remote Western Australia

Kalbarri National Park is popular for sightseeing, picnicking, abseiling, rafting and canoeing - only after heavy rains.

Kalbarri National Park is popular for sightseeing, picnicking, abseiling, rafting and canoeing – only after heavy rains.

‘Went there, was like 40 degrees with flies everywhere,’ one person commented on the TikTok video.

‘It’s cool but it’s extremely hot.’

A third added: ‘I went there and it was Hella scary.’

Other TikTok users were thankful the creator had drawn their attention to the seemingly secret tourist site.

‘I didn’t even know this existed and I wanna go,’ one person said.

‘I’ve lived near Kalbarri for 25 years and never knew that was there haha,’ another wrote. 

Kalbarri is a six to seven-hour drive from Perth. Visitors to the national park from the state’s capital can also travel by bus with TransWA and Integrity coach services. 

Australian adventurer Cam Bostock visited the remote skywalk, sharing drone footage of the stunning environment and must-see attraction to TikTok. 'Ever wanted to walk over the edge of a massive cliff?' he asked his followers. The skywalk is pictured

Australian adventurer Cam Bostock visited the remote skywalk, sharing drone footage of the stunning environment and must-see attraction to TikTok. ‘Ever wanted to walk over the edge of a massive cliff?’ he asked his followers. The skywalk is pictured

It can get extremely hot at Kalbarri National Park in the summer. The skywalk is pictured

It can get extremely hot at Kalbarri National Park in the summer. The skywalk is pictured

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