Walk amongst the trees on this world recognised nature based tourist attraction.
The 600 metre walk takes you up 40 metres high into the canopies of the ancient tingle forest, offering you spectacular views and a unique perspective of these giant trees.
Located between Denmark and Walpole on Western Australia’s marvellous southern coast, the incredible Valley of the Giants canopy walk is a wondrous testament to the sheer magnitude of Australian nature. Take in the incredible views as you soar above the forest floor before heading down to enjoy some of the region’s other exciting offerings, including…
The Circular Pool
The Circular Pool is one of the most gorgeous and serene places in the forest. The pool is a wonderful place to visit throughout the year, whether at its tranquil summer stillness or swollen by winter deluge. There are so many things to do at the pool, including canoeing, picnicking, marroning in season and simply taking in all the peace and beauty that this spot provides!
Conspicuous Cliff is easily one of the most impressive places to experience the rugged WA coastline. This expansive clifftop provides sweeping views over pristine coastline, giant limestone formations and granite headlands, all formed by the powerful force of time and nature surrounding them. If you’re there in winter or springtime you just might have the opportunity to spot some of the cheeky migrating whales frolicking in the water!
The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world’s great long distance tracks, and should only be undertaken by those who know they have the time to take in its massive 1,000km distance! This unforgettable trek encompasses the very best of southwestern Australia, a beautiful part of the world replete with stunning beaches, lush forests and rugged coastline. If you want to experience some of the best of the trail but don’t have the time to take in the whole journey, there are guided tours that offer an amazing “lite” trek that offers the very best of this majestic region.
Enjoy world class dining
Southwestern WA is world famous for its amazing produce and fine wine. Located in the heart of this fertile region, Denmark offers a host of fine wine and dining options for hungry adventurers! From fresh crayfish at Monty’s Marron to sumptuous bistro dining and craft beer at Nornabar, to high-end wine at Moombaki Wines, the area surrounding the Valley of the Giants isn’t short of delightful dining options.
Stay in elegant chalets & charming garden accommodation
The lush, forested region surrounding Denmark produces the perfect place for staying in elegant accommodation, and the area has plenty to offer! Enjoy the peaceful, garden surroundings of the Tree Elle Retreat or get back to nature at the rustic Nornalup Riverside Chalets. Wherever you end up resting your head, you’re guaranteed a tranquil stay.
It’s a fun filled part of Oz
The area surrounding the Valley of the Giants is full of fun and wonder, and can easily be enjoyed any time of the year!