Approximately 14.5 hoursStart time
0800h (8:00 am)
Duration: Approximately 14.5 hours
Pick up from selected Hotels in Perth CBD (please state your hotel details at the time of booking) Alternative pick up point: Perth Sightseeing Centre, Shop 1 Barrack Street JettyEnding Point
Same as the start point
A must for nature lovers, travel though great south-west forest regions and lush farmlands of Western Australia with the Valley of the Giants and Tree Top Walk from Perth tour.
Some of the major highlights of the tour are Donnybrook, which is famous for apples, Blackwood River Valley where the Diamond Tree is located, the Valley of Giants, where you will walk through the canopy of towering old growth forest, and the Kodjo Palace Visitors Centre, a contemporary tourist complex.
You will enjoy a picnic lunch during the course of the tour. You can also purchase fresh fruits and sip tea, watch birds, or simply take in the beauty of the forests and green farmlands.
You will be either picked up from your hotel in Perth or from Perth Sightseeing Centre, Shop 1 Barrack Street Jetty to begin your Valley of the Giants and Tree Top Walk from Perth tour. The course of the tour is as follows:
Locally known as the apple town, Donnybrook is famous for its apples and stone fruit orchards. You can enjoy a cup of morning tea (not included in the tour), while you purchase some of the locally grown fruits.
Blackwood River Valley and Diamond Tree
You will pass through the rolling farmlands of Blackwood River Valley and take pleasure in the scenic touring through the small historic pioneer towns of Balingup and Bridgetown. You will stop at Western Australia’s old forest area to see the Diamond Tree which is one of the three towering trees in the district once used as a bush fire watchtower. Nature lovers can attempt to climb to the wood watch cabin at the top of the tree.
You will also stop here for a picnic lunch (included in the tour), after which you will head to the Valley of the Giants.
Tree Top Walk at Valley of the Giants
Walk along a 400-metre long elevated walkway constructed through a canopy, gradually reaching up to 40 metres above ground. The Tree Top Walk is a delight for bird watchers who can spot native Australian birds from the walkway. Apart from the Tree Top, you can also opt for a wonderful walk on ground level at the Ancient Empire, a remarkable pocket of Tingle Forest. These wide girthed trees, goblin like in appearance can grow up to 5 metres in diameter at the base.
William Bay and Kodja Palace
Enjoy afternoon tea before heading to William Bay towards the quaint seaside town of Denmark. You will make your final stop at The Kodja Place Visitors Centre, a contemporary tourist complex combining Aboriginal Culture and Rural Heritage to showcase the ingenuity and the spirit of life in the bush.
Please call the activity operator at least 48 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm all details.
This tour requires minimum of 2 passengers for the tour to depart, if this number is not reached for your chosen departure then every effort will be made to move you to an alternative departure. Should that not be possible you will be offered a full refund.
Local operator reserves the right to cancel departures or alter tour itineraries as deemed necessary. Itinerary alterations may occur due to road or weather conditions, accommodation availability, strikes, public holidays, cultural and religious traditions
Fuel levies may be introduced when required. Should this occur, charges will be payable direct and subject to change without notice.
Strong wind conditions may result in the closure of the Tree Top Walk, in which case alternative touring arrangements will be made
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.