Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

Star 0.0 (5 Google reviews)
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Monday - Sunday: 9:00am until 4:15pm

Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

Travel west from Denmark town along South Coast Highway for approximately 50km (or 40 minutes). Turn right onto Valley of the Giants Road.
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Explore Western Australia's world famous giant tingle trees from from 40 metres up in the canopy, as well as up close and personal on the Ancient Empire ground walk. The world class Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk soars gently upwards amidst the tingle canopy providing expansive views over the wilderness and opens up a world of birds and flowers that most people never see.

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 opened in 1996 and is just as good as it has ever been. It has welcomed more than 3.5 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. 

Entry Fees
Adults $21.00 Children (6-15 years) $10.50 Family 2 adults plus 2 children $52.50 Concession $15.50

Allow 45-60 minutes. OPEN from 9am to 4.15pm daily (except for Christmas Day), last ticket sale is at 4.15pm. Extended hours from 26 December - 26 January, check the website for details.

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Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

Valley of the Giants Rd. Tingledale

Reviews

Star 0.0 (5 Google reviews)
Gibbom8dman8 13 January 2020

A fantastic day of fun. I would highly recommend visiting this historic landmark. This is again, a fantastic opportunity for the family to learn about Australian history, more specifically the ancestry of Denmark and Albany. I would highly recommend when going in to put the whole day aside, to see a...

Mick Duck 19 December 2019

This is a fun spot to have an adventure and get high up in the trees canopy. If heights aren’t your thing then I wouldn’t recommend this as you walk up ramps and end up very high in the tree canopy. Have a go because it is worth it. As you follow the bridge you really can appreciate the scale of...

Ian Thompson 09 January 2020

Definitely worth the visit to this well planned and facilitated tourist attraction. Great parking. Join a tour or stroll yourself. Turn off your lights when heading in. Very helpful staff. Coffee van in car park and other refreshments in basic tourist shop.

Sea Tac 19 February 2020

Nice bridge.Takes 15-20 min to walk the whole span at a slow pace. You are allowed to walk the bridge as many times you want. Spans do sway and there are limits on how many people can walk on a given span and platform. We didn't see any birds in the tree tops or wildlife on the bottom floor hence a ...

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