The Tree Top Walk west of Denmark and east of Walpole on the Southern Ocean Coast of Western Australia. Located in the heart of the Valley of the Giantsis an internationally recognised nature-based tourism attraction. Experience the excitement of walking 40 metres high through the canopy of the tingle forest and enjoy the majestic views to core wilderness areas.
The Tree Top Walk 600-metre walk has a gentle gradient, suitable for children and all ages, including wheelchairs and strollers.
A walk trail links the Tree Top Walk to the Ancient Empire boardwalk where you can get up close and personal to the 400-year-old giants of the forest.
In the Walpole Wilderness National Park
Based on the theme of the lost era of Gondwana, a walk through a grove of more than 400-year-old giants is known as the Ancient Empire. The 600-metre boardwalk has been designed as an interpretive experience, to explore the science, fantasy, intrigue and the grandeur of the old trees.
The path leads visitors to one of the most popular of the gnarled veterans, known as Grandma Tingle, or the Gatekeeper. The second section of the Ancient Empire walk is a mixture of boardwalk and stabilised earth paths which winds in and out, up, over and through seven more giants.
How to get there
located on the Valley of the Giants Road off the South Coast Highway, Nornalup, between Denmark and Walpole.
GPS position: 34" 58' 39.34" S 116" 53' 36.17" E
Public toilets, Baby change facilities, Wheelchair/stroller hire free, Car parks, Coach parking, Barbecue areas (limited)
Effective 1st September 2013,
Ancient Empire Entry is free.
Tree Top Walk entry prices:- Adult $19, Child: $9.50 (6-15 years), Family: $47 (2 adults 2 children), Concession: $13.50
If you are bringing a school group or tour group, please ensure that you book
Opening hours every day of the year apart from Christmas Day or hazardous conditions
9am - 5pm (last ticket sold 4.15pm)
Extended opening hours between 26 December and 26 January 8am - 6pm (last ticket sale 5.15pm)