Tree Top Walk - Experience the excitement of exploring the canopy of the magnificent tingle forest on the 600-metre Tree Top Walk, which has a gentle gradient suitable for children, wheelchairs and the elderly. Class 1 walk trail, allow 20 minutes. Fees apply. Create Link to fees page.
Ancient Empire Walk - 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. Allow 20 minutes for this Class 1 walk.
Go with a guide - Find out what makes the forest special when you go with a guide on one of the free guided walks into the Ancient Empire. The walks generally last for 30-40 minutes and are subject to conditions.
Time of walks: 10.15am; 11.30am; and 2 pm Daily. School holidays
Enrich your experience of the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk by joining in one of the many fun-filled activities held each school holiday period (excluding winter). Each activity program is designed to awaken your senses and immerse you in unique nature-based experiences. These guided experiences are fun, informative and cater for a range of individual interests.
To find out more, contact us at the Tree Top Walk on 08 9840 8263
Walk in the treetops
The Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk features a stunning walkway positioned 40 metres above the ground amid the spectacular heights of the tingle forest canopy. Experience walking in the tree tops and enjoy views over core wilderness. The 600-metre walk is fully accessible, and it is suitable for children of all ages, wheelchairs, and strollers.
A walk trail links the Tree Top Walk to the Ancient Empire, where an interpretative trail meanders across the forest floor in between 400-year-old red tingle trees. The trail follows the story of the lost era of Gondwana.
Much of the plant life in this forest is unique to the south-west of Western Australia. Trees such as the tingle only occur in this small area and as such provide a window to the past. Some of the plants have origins that can be traced back 65 million years to the super continent Gondwana when Australia was joined with what are now Africa, India, Antarctic and South America.
This ancient and unique red tingle forest is a must-see during your stay in the south-west!