- Walk above a forest canopy on this day trip from Perth
- Admire rare tingle trees from above on the Valley of the Giants treetop walk
- Visit the townships of William Bay and Denmark
- Enjoy a picnic lunch, and gaze up at the towering Diamond Tree
- Hotel pickup and drop-off from centrally located Perth hotels
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What You Can Expect
Back on the coach, continue through a landscape of old-growth forest to see the 167-foot (51-meter) Diamond Tree bushfire watchtower, which you can climb if you’re feeling adventurous. In this peaceful bush setting, sit down to a picnic lunch and stretch your legs a bit. Then head into Western Australia’s Valley of the Giants, home to a forest of ancient, wide-girth tingle trees, which reach up to 16 feet (5 meters) in diameter. Fabulous views of the forest will be yours as you stroll along the treetop walk, a 2,000-foot-long elevated walkway that stands up to 130 feet (40 meters) above ground.
Your day trip includes more stops at William Bay and Denmark, along the southern coast of Western Australia, before starting the long drive back to Perth; you can purchase dinner at the Kodja Place Visitor Centre (own expense) on the way.
The whole trip was excellent - though it was a very long drive - well worth it..
The commentary / information provided / food / was good. Coach was clean.
The tree top view made you feel you were on top of the world and the gentle swing on the walkway was fantastic..
The air and the tree top view is so beautiful. It is amazing walking on the top of the tree
The driver was great but again there is not enough time actual spent on the tree top walk. You need 2 hours there to actual enjoy and place. Eliminate one stop so the time can be used on the tree top walk
Really enjoyed our trip. Good guide, driver and commentary. The Stops quite short due to the long drive but worth it.
Earina New Zealand
It was important for me to see these rare trees, but I haven't decided yet whether it was worth all that travel time. My husband didn't go as he was "a little under the weather" - I think he would have been on the way to hospital had he continued. To tack the aboriginal centre on the end was poor - it was worth much better than this.
Moira P United Kingdom
Jacquline R Spain
Helen B United Kingdom
John D United Kingdom