The Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk is an internationally recognised nature-based tourism attraction, located in Australia’s South West, giving you a bird’s eye view of some of the biggest timber giants on Earth – Western Australia’s majestic tingle trees. Climbing 40 metres into the forest canopy and meandering through the treetops for 600 metres, the walk trail is the first of its kind, designed to maximise views and minimise impact.
This peaceful and exhilarating experience can be encountered 15 minutes east of Walpole, on Western Australia’s South coast. It takes approximately four and half hours to drive there from Perth and also features on many extended coach tour itineraries.
The Tree Top Walk sits within the Walpole-Nornalup National Park and Walpole Wilderness, offering spectacular views over densely forested hills. Descending to the boardwalks below to explore the Ancient Empire Walk, you’ll enter a grove of towering veteran tingle trees. These giant eucalypts are found nowhere else in Australia, or on Earth as a matter of fact, and some have been standing for more than 400 years.
Be sure to add this multi-award winning attraction to your holiday wish list and take a moment to sit and reflect on the special nature of the tingle forest.
Daily 9am to 5pm (last ticket sale 4.15pm)
Extended hours 26 December to 26 January
Closed Christmas day and during hazardous conditions.
Entry to the Ancient Empire and Discovery Centre is free.
Tree Top Walk admission:
Adult (16 years and over) $21.00
Concession card holder $15.50 (Australian Seniors, Age Pension, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Centrelink Carer, Disability Support and Companion cards)
Child (6 to 15 years) $10.50
Family $52.50 (2 adults, 2 children to 6-15)
Children 5 years and younger Free
Concessional rates do not apply to commercial tour groups.
For school or tour group bookings please call the office on (08) 9840 8263.
Valley of the Giants Road, Tingledale, Western Australia
Opening Times (Daily): 9am - 5pm (last ticket sale 4.15pm)
Extended Hours (26 December - 26 January)