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Valley of the Giants tour

Stride out high above the canopy of lush green treetops at the stunning Valley of the Giants. Reaching heights of 44 meters, you will leave civilization behind and enter your own tranquil world amongst the leaves, branches and carefully built pathways. You will also have the opportunity to explore Donnybrook, full of picturesque orchids and home of the world famous Granny Smith apple. Climb the Diamond tree and explore the diverse wildlife of the forest floor before heading further inland to Mt Barker and Kojonup.

For a truly different perspective on the natural wonders of Australia then head to the Valley of the Giants and immerse yourself in a treetop paradise. Walk the route through the forest canopy and look out over the beautiful Australian countryside.

Head to Donnybrook and discover a beautiful landscape filled with thriving orchards and market gardens. See where the delicious Granny Smith apple was first grown and be sure to take the chance to climb The Diamond tree, once a bushfire watch tower atop a 51 meter high Karri tree. Then visit the stunning coastline of William Bay, renowned for its windswept granite tors and travel back inland to the quaint town of Mount Barker. Well known for its wine production, Mt Barker is home to many historic buildings and offers fantastic views across Western Australia.

Finish the tour by visiting Kojonup, a settlement named after a type of axe the aborigine inhabitants made out of the nearby stone. Stride out high above the canopy of lush green treetops at the stunning Valley of the Giants. Reaching heights of 44 meters, you will leave civilization behind and enter your own tranquil world amongst the leaves, branches and carefully built pathways. You will also have the opportunity to explore Donnybrook, full of picturesque orchids and home of the world famous Granny Smith apple. Climb the Diamond tree and explore the diverse wildlife of the forest floor before heading further inland to Mt Barker and Kojonup. Duration: 14 hours and-a-half.

Start/opening time: At 8am.

End/closing time: At 10.30pm.

Languages: English, French, Spanish, German and Italian.