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Valley of the Giants

Valley of the Giants

These enormous red tingle trees are endemic to this small region of Western Australia. At the Tree Top Walk, a 600-metre walkway rises 40 metres above the forest floor and provides a birds eye view of the forest. Below, a meandering boardwalk takes visitors through a grove of veteran tingle trees called the Ancient Empire. This walk shows at close hand, some of the unique shapes of the giant trees. You can even walk through the hollowed-out butt of one tree.

This tingle forest is also home to a community of cute quokkas; a creature dubbed the world’s happiest animal that rose to internet fame after the recent episodes of #quokkaselfies. Many believe that you can only meet quokkas on Rottnest Island, off the coast of Perth, however there’s a community that live in this forest too. If you head here close to sunset, you’ll up your chances of seeing them!

Facilities

Public Toilet

Address

Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, Valley of the Giants Rd, Tingledale WA 6333

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Guided, small group walking holidays – Bibbulmun Track, Cape to Cape Track and Stirling Ranges.
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Welcome to Australia’s South West!

Here you can easily enjoy natural beaches beautiful vineyards, forests, caves and more, all in a single day. More than 23,000km make up the south west corner of Western Australia, with 1000 of those kilometres consisting of awe-inspiring coastline just waiting to be explored.

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