Walpole–Nornalup National Park

In its 200 square kilometres this lovely park has towering karri and red tingle forests, coastal heath, wetlands, beaches and rivers. It has around 700 known plant species, including more than 100 orchids. There are plenty of great walks, picnic areas and scenic locations, but the most visited part of the park is the Valley of the Giants, where you can walk at the base of the red tingles, yellow tingles, marri and karri trees – some of which are 80 metres high – or get on the famous 600-metre canopy walk, which takes you 40 metres off the ground.

Contact Info

DEC Walpole; (08) 9840 0400


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