Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

Walking high up in the forrest

Australia, Western Australia
Nature & Animals
2-3 hours

The Red Tingle tree is a species of tall tree which is endemic to the southwest of Western Australia.

These trees typically grow to a height of 8 to 45 meters (26 to 148 ft) and have a thick, rough and stringy grey-brown or red-brown bark. The tingle Forest date back 65 million years when Australia was joined in the supercontinent known as Gondwana.

At the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk you can walk up on a bridge to the forest canopy (the upper layer or habitat zone formed by mature tree crowns), which is almost 40 meters above the ground and enjoy the view of these trees very closely


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