Thanks to stunning cliffs and stunning red sandstone, the Calabari National Park in Western Australia, 6.5 hours' drive north of Perth, is one of the biggest attractions in the Coral Coast region, and visitors can now enjoy magnificent views from an entirely new perspective, a walk 100 meters above the surface The floor, on a platform that extends to the gentle air.
Their display systems spanning 25m and 18m outside the edge of the Murchison River strait. Its features include wheelchair accessible display structures as well as shade shelters, tracks and more, a comprehensive concept designed by architect Craig Politi of Eastman Polity Sherwood.