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Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

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Explore Western Australia's world famous forest of gigantic tingle trees from the forest floor and from 40 metres up in the canopy.

The world class Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk soars gently upwards amidst the tingle foliage providing expansive views over the wilderness and opens up a world of birds and flowers that most people never see.

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Entry fees
Adults $21.00
Children (6-15 years) $10.50
Family 2 adults plus 2 children $52.00
Concession $15.50

The walkway has gained international attention for its innovative design and the exciting experience it offers.

Descend to the boardwalks below and explore the "Ancient Empire" - a grove of impressive veteran tingle trees. This award winning attraction has won many tourism awards over the years and is in Western Australia's Tourism Hall of Fame.

The Tree Top Walk, now in its fifteenth year is just as good as it ever was and has welcomed more than 2.6 million visitors.

Free guided walks into the Ancient Empire daily (subject to conditions).

During the school holidays, the Tree Top Walk hosts a school holiday activity program filled with amazing fun things to do for all the family (excluding July).

Buy a local product as a souvenir in our gift shop.

Dress according to weather conditions; Walking shoes recommended. Allow 45-60 minutes.

We are OPEN from 9am to 4.15pm daily (except for Christmas Day), last ticket sale is at 4.15pm. During Western Australia's Christmas school holidays extended hours; 8am to 5.15pm.

Google Reviews

Regan Turner
This is a great experience to safely get into the high tree canopy. There's a lot to see and some information boards about the environment. The walk around the bottom is interesting too and has more information boards. There's also a pavilion with displays including taxidermy predators and 3d flowers. It costs $21 per adult and takes about 90 minutes to have a good look around.
J Tos
We lucked out and managed to visit on a school holiday Friday when the walk is open at night. Spent nearly 2 hours in daylight then returned for the evening walk which was another whole dimension. The top of the walk is 40m and the tallest trees still tower above you. Amazing. There is also a well laid out ground walk that takes you through beautiful forest.
Paul Willard
An excellent venue. Well developed site. Easily accessed from main highway. Views over the Tingle trees forest from the elevated walkway were amazing. Highly recommend.
Melinda Zimmermann
Amazing place to visit if you are in the area. The walk itself is awe inspiring but if you don't have a good head for heights you might want to just to the walk through the trees on the ground which is also awesome. It can become very crowded at certain times of the year but if you pick your time it's well worth a look.
Dianne McNevin
Great attraction not far from Denmark. The suspension walkway is an attraction in itself. Well suspended over the forest floor to protect the giant trees, some of which are over 400 years old. An easy walk for people of all ages