Valley of the Giants is an absolute must visit attraction in the great southern region of Western Australia. Since I was a kid, back when Elle McPherson famously visited the tree top walk, I’d wanted to visit this special part of WA. 

Valley of the giants

The Valley of the Giants, is a unique area of ancient, rare red tingle trees, is located west of Denmark. The Tree Top Walk is found in the heart of the Valley of the Giants. Here the whole family can experience walking through the canopy of the tingle forest and enjoy the majestic views from a very different perspective! An entrance fee is payable for the tree top walk, but it is free to visit the Ancient Empire Walk, Discovery Centre and gift shop. 

Valley of the giants

The Tree Top Walk is 600 metres long and the walkways are 40 metres high at the tallest point. There are no steps, just a gentle, sloping climb up a lightweight, architecturally-designed bridge. This makes it suitable for children of all ages, including wheelchairs and strollers (you can also hire free wheelchair and strollers). 

Valley of the giants

The walk ways do move a little, I felt a bit like I was on a boat, softly bobbing on the ocean. We all enjoyed the tranquil walk amongst the branches and birds. 

Valley of the giants

Valley of the giants

As well as the Tree Top Walk there is another walk trail – the Ancient Empire boardwalk. While walking this path you can get up close and personal to the beautiful old giants of the forest, as well as the lush growth of the forest floor, where there are many beautiful plants, flowers and wildlife.

Valley of the giants

It’s a lovely walk along the 600-metre boardwalk and stabilised earth paths, which has been designed as an experience to explore the science, fantasy and grandeur of the ancient trees. There are information boards around the walk, adding some interesting facts along the way.

Valley of the giants

Valley of the giants

One of the most popular trees is known as Grandma Tingle, as the gnarled 400 year old tree does appear to have a face! 

Valley of the giants

The walk winds in and out of the tingle forest and you can even walk through the hollow trunks of some giant trees! It’s a brilliant photo opportunity. 

Valley of the giants

Valley of the giants

Afterwards, we looked around the Wilderness Discovery Centre, which is a small interactive exhibit about the local wilderness, animals, plants and insects surrounding the Tree Top Walk.

Valley of the giants
Valley of the giants

There’s a well-stocked gift shop, with a whole range of souvenirsYou’ll also find public toilets with baby change facilities. There are a couple of vending machines and also barbecue areas. I was surprised such a major tourist attraction didn’t have many food and drink options, but we found a fantastic little bakery just down the road. We suggest you check out Tingles Bakehouse! 

Find the Valley of the Giants Road off the South Coast Highway, Nornalup, near Walpole.

Tree Top Walk entry fees 
Adult $21
Child $10.50 (6-15 years)
Family $52.50 (2 adults 2 children)
Concession card holder $15.50 (Australian Seniors, Age Pension, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Centrelink Carer, Disability Support and Companion cards)

Opening hours every day of the year apart from Christmas Day or hazardous conditions are 9am – 5pm (last ticket sold 4.15pm). Extended opening hours are between 26 December and 26 January 8am – 6pm (last ticket sale 5.15pm).

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About Amanda Carlin

Amanda Carlin has her own food and travel blog. Established in 2013, "The Chef, His Wife and Their Perth-fect Life" will be enjoying an exciting name change in 2021, as "The Chef's Ex-wife" embarks on new adventures. Amanda loves getting out and about in Perth and WA, as well as brunching, tapas or something a little fancy in equal measures. With her son "Little Chef" in tow, Amanda always has plenty of family friendly eating options to recommend too!

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