Walpole on the Southern Ocean Marine Park of the Walpole Wilderness
The western tourist gateway to Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk and William Bay National Park.
Walpole was established in 1930. Attractions include the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk and the Ancient Empire. Explore the forest on Hilltop Road; all around are the songs and cries of the birds, the air, full of forest scents. Visit Circular Pool; walk the Bibbulmun Track, along spectacular beaches and through forest. The Frankland and Deep rivers flow from the heart of the ancient forest into the Walpole and Nornalup Inlets, surrounded by magnificent beaches and forests.
Canoe, fish, enjoy the beaches and the inlets famous daily cruise. Visit the Herb Farm, Dinosaur World in Bow Bridge, browse craft-shops and dine in restaurants and cafes in Walpole and Nornalup.
Denmark is approximately 65 kilometres and Albany is approximately 120 kilometres east of Walpole, while Pemberton is approximately 120 kilometres west of Walpole.
Walpole, Western Australia is a great tourist destination. Accommodation and lodging options are available, including hotels, holiday units, cottages and camping sites. When you travel to Walpole, Western Australia, through the South West to the Valley of the Giants via Manjimup, on the South Western Highway, take time to relax and enjoy the many attractions and activities.