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Walpole-Nornalup National Park | The entrance to the bridge is from the Ranger Station via Peirce track., Walpole, Western Australia 6398, Australia
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed October 28, 2014

It was great to see and do the Valley of the Giants walks again. The walks themselves haven't changed since I was here last in 1998, although now a little bit more commercialized with a discovery centre and gift shop. But you do now have...More

8  Thank 1TraveltheWorld
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed December 6, 2016

We chose for 3 to go and 3 to stay in the information rooms due to the expense. The free walk through the base of the forest is delightful and well worth the wander. If you'd like a good view over the tree canopies, go...More

3  Thank fishinmad2015
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We passed it on the way to Albany but decided to come back & have a look a couple of days later.What a feat of engineering to put this treetop walk together & make it safe. You are 44 metres up at the highest point...More

Thank Bob A
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We caught the free guided tour as we arrived which was great to do before the walk. Very informative about the Red, Yellow Tingle trees. Very well set up and being off season hardly any people so was extra enjoyable.

Thank Gemm_MV
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

There's a 600m loop that takes you deep into the giant trees. At the top you are 40m above ground, amazing. You can walk the loop as often as you like. Impressive experience - gives you time to think about the relation between humans and...More

Thank roger-zh
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The tree top walk was one suggested to us by friends and did not disappoint. Do not be put off by the admission price. This is a must do if you are passing by. Being 40mtrs above the ground up in the tree tops is...More

Thank Mark D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was a long but interesting drive from Perth (WA) to the Tree Top Walk (we stayed overnight in Denmark), but 100% worth it. To see the trees that close and high up, to be able to look down to the forest below. And it...More

Thank Calendula2015
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Impressing, spectecular, beautiful... this is what comes in mind first. We even saw a quokka! Very friendly staff. We were lucky to have a guided tour for half an hour (2 o' clock pm for free) which was very informative. The tree top walk is...More

Thank Kristina H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Before you know it you are 50 odd meters above the ground in amongst the tree canopy. Although there is some swaying it is nowhere near as bad as some of the tree top walks we have completed. All very safe even for the children....More

Thank Kevin K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A great experience walking among the tree tops on specially built walkways. Different from others I have been on which are just very wide paths, here it’s a narrow walkway which can get a bit wobbly but is perfectly safe. While here take time to...More

Thank Connie B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We arrived here at 3pm and the weather was lovely. We did the walk and really enjoyed it. There is no climbing or steps, just gently sloping ramps that take you to the max height of 40m. Also did the walk at ground level.

Thank Michael2810
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A very pleasant walk amount the tree tops. There is a small charge, but well worth it. Not crowded and easy to walk. there is some swaying, but if you hang back you are on a walkway by yourself.

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Response from Myree M | Reviewed this property |
Hello it is inclined metal platform with side rails made out of industrial grade steel, not a chance of falling off. beautiful walk. No steps just the ramp incline all the way and the metal walking platform suspension... More
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There are different units, some have a quite a few stairs some have very little and none at all. There aren't many steps at the shops or other facilities either. It's a beautiful place and good for all ages.
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