Valley of the Giants TreeTop Walk in Walpole, Perth

Exploring, Travel

Hello again, friends!

There are few things in life that can be more refreshing than a treetop walk.

Since I just blogged about Singapore’s HSBC TreeTop Walk, I decided to share a very similar (but undeniably more breathtaking and magnificent) treetop walk that I experienced during my post-grad trip in Perth mid 2013. I can’t believe its been more than 1.5 years! That was my first overseas trip with my partner and it was quite honestly, one of the best trips of my life – everything about the trip was thoroughly relaxing – from the perfect weather to the laughter and song filled drives to some of the most scenic beaches. In this post I will be sharing a few pictures from the Valley of the Giants, Walpole TreeTop Walk – which is a 400km drive from Perth. We drove from Fremantle, had a lovely meal at a winery in Margaret River, then drove further down to Walpole where we lived in a beautiful cottage for a couple of nights.

I love that all the different species of plants and trees are extremely well labelled – it makes everything much more educational and interesting. The trees are all gigantic – which explains why the place is called Valley of the Giants. When we arrived, it was pouring – thankfully, the rain ceased after we spent an hour reading about the history of the park in the information room.


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Next to the entrance of the Valley of the Giants, you will see a small route that leads you to the Bibbulmun Track. Once we stumbled on it, we knew that we just had to come back after a few years to embark on this trail. Hopefully some day soon!




2 thoughts on “Valley of the Giants TreeTop Walk in Walpole, Perth

  1. Hello! Looking at your pictures on trip seemed very exciting! Personally, I am scared of heights but being able to enjoy nice views from it doesn’t seem so bad. Also seems like getting to the place was also a nice adventure. Really like the different angles in each picture and including some of the information provided!

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  2. Hello Andrea! You’re right about the journey to Walpole being an adventure – the road trip was lovely! Going for any treetop walk is sure to help you overcome your fear of heights as it’s fully secure – maybe one day you might even go bungee jumping 😛 x


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