Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk – an experience everyone in WA should have!
Ever dreamt of walking amongst the trees?
The Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk is located between Denmark and Walpole in the Walpole-Nornalup National Park approximately 4.5 hours from Perth.
This truly unique experience was recently captured by local Instagrammer @scottslawinski in a stunning video.
While walking among the giants you will be standing 40 metres above the ground amid the spectacular heights of the tingle forest canopy and the best part is that it’s suitable for children of all ages, wheelchairs and strollers.
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Based on the theme of the lost era of Gondwana, a walk through a grove of more than 400-year-old giants is known as the Ancient Empire. The 600-metre boardwalk has been designed as an interpretive experience, to explore the science, fantasy, intrigue and the grandeur of the old trees. The path leads visitors to one of the most popular of the gnarled veterans, known as Grandma Tingle, or the Gatekeeper. The second section of the Ancient Empire walk is a mixture of boardwalk and stabilised earth paths which winds in and out, up, over and through seven more giants.|photo by: @waparkswildlife #valleyofthegiants #australia #travel
Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk Details
For more information visit parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au.
Location: Valley of the Giants Rd, Nornalup (view map)
Time from Perth: 4 hours 30mins
Where to stay: Coalmine Beach Holiday Park
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