About this place
The Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk is an internationally recognised nature-based tourism attraction located between Denmark and Walpole in the heart of the Walpole Wilderness.
This ancient and unique red tingle forest is a must-see. Some of the forest plants, including the ancient giant tingle trees, have origins that can be traced back 65 million years to the supercontinent Gondwana when Australia was joined with what are now Africa, India, Antarctic and South America. Much of the plant life in the tingle forest is unique to the south-west of Western Australia, and the the tingle trees are endemic to a limited area surrounding the town of Walpole.
Tree Top Walk
The Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk features a stunning walkway positioned 40m above the ground in the spectacular heights of the tingle forest canopy. The 600-metre walk is wheelchair and pram accessible.
A walk trail links the Tree Top Walk to the Ancient Empire, where a sealed trail meanders across the forest floor between 400-year-old red tingle trees. Information along the trail follows the story of Gondwana and the Mesozoic era. With their huge hollowed out trunks, the red tingle trees are just as spectacular when viewed at ground level as they are high up in the forest canopy.
Plan when to visit. Consider travelling with a personal location beacon (PLB). In the event you need to be rescued it could save your life!
Free guided tours
Plan your trip to include a fabulous guided walk through the tingle forest along the Bibbulmun Track with one of our experienced guides. This guided walk is offered daily except during school holidays, peak periods, or inclement weather. Guided walks are free of charge and are limited to a maximum of 15 people.
Guided walks depart from the ticket office daily at 11:00am and 2:00pm. You can join on the day or call in the morning to secure your spot. Bookings are only taken on the day of the tour.
Or take a virtual walk in the tops of the tingle trees with Google .
Note: The guided walk is not suitable for strollers, wheelchairs or those with mobility issues, however, the Tree Top Walk is accessible.
Holiday activity programs
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).
The activities are nature-based, educational and suitable for kids and adults. Some of the activities include the popular Forest by Night and the Forest Floor Adventure Bug Hunt. Our latest program information is available here as soon as details are finalised.
Eco Education - Nearer to Nature Schools
The Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk offers an eco-education program. Activities are designed to engage students in nature while fulfilling outcomes of the curriculum. Programs can be tailored to suit your school group requirements.
To find out more or to organise your next school excursion contact 9725 4300.
Getting high in nature in Australia's South West
The Tree Top Walk provides thrills for visitors as well as opportunities for nature appreciation along with other national park attractions in the area. The others are the Mount Frankland Wilderness Lookout in Mount Frankland National Park, the Gap and Natural Bridge in Torndirrup National Park, and the Granite Skywalk in Porongurup National Park. These attractions are linked by the Getting high in nature travel itinerary.
About the Walpole Wilderness
The Walpole Wilderness features a vast, natural and wild landscape encompassing tranquil forests, imposing granite peaks, peaceful rivers, wetlands and breathtaking beaches. It is also home to old majestic tingle forests, which occur nowhere else in the world!
Three places form the award-winning Walpole Wilderness Discovery Centre - Swarbrick art in the forest, Mount Frankland, and the famous Tree Top Walk. Together these places interpret the unique biodiversity and majesty of the Wilderness.
The Tree Top Walk has a Discovery Centre featuring a great range of visitor information and displays. The gift shop has a selection of locally sourced products, artworks and souvenirs. You can also find a range of light refreshments, ice creams, soft drinks and coffee.
Bike racks are located adjacent to the ticket office for safe and secure storage of your bike.
Public toilet facilities and baby change facilities are also available. We offer complimentary wheelchair and stroller hire. Our convenient parking area caters for car, trailer, caravan and coach parking.
Plants, wildlife and fungi
Visit the Atlas of Living Australia for a list of species recorded within a 5km radius of Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk.
We recognise and acknowledge Menang people as the traditional owners of Walpole-Nornalup National Park.