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Reviewed 31 October 2023 via mobile

Very impressive view through this nature window, we went at sun set and sun rise both times worthwhile visiting this beautiful spot. Look out over the river through the window is amazing.
Like in so many other places get used to the nasty flies.

Date of experience: October 2023
Thank Tuurtje75
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Reviewed 25 October 2023

Unforgettable sunrise - went really early to get there before the sunrise - was quiet and so beautiful. I’d the Z-bend walk which would be challenging for the inexperienced but we loved every minute

Date of experience: October 2023
Thank janny18
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Reviewed 22 October 2023 via mobile

Stunning location with great views.

Remember to be courteous to other people and form some sort of queue and take each others photos - it’s the nice thing to do instead of barging through people (take note Europeans!)

Site is a 1k walk from the car park on steep paths and eventually rock face- be warned!

We went in October and it was 46degrees - take lots of water and dress appropriately!

Date of experience: October 2023
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Reviewed 21 September 2023

Nature's Window and Kalbarri National Park was one of the highlights of our road trip along the Western Australia coast. I see all the comments here telling you to go at certain times to avoid crowds and all that, fair enough, but we went in the middle of the day and found it absolutely amazing. Suffice to say, what I'm getting at is that it won't matter what time you go, it'll blow you away.
Natures Window is a short enough walk along a well marked trial from a moderate sized car park. It is a bit uneven at times but any level of fitness at all and you'll be fine. its more the loose stones and jagged rocks that might cause you to stumble.
The views of the valley below and the Murchison River through the natural frame of Nature's Window make for the perfect picture. Be prepared to wait a bit as people take their turns.
However, the views are just as good looking the other way and moving slightly beyond or before the window.
Breathtaking though, and such a moving, peaceful experience gazing down.

Date of experience: July 2023
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Reviewed 4 August 2023 via mobile

I had seen photos of this natural wonder and it did not disappoint! A clever subtle pathway to get there. Understated all the way. Leaving the accolades for the main event.

Date of experience: August 2023
Thank labashsky
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