Valley of the Giants is an ancient tree walk in the wilderness just outside Denmark, Western Australia. You are led on a journey through 400 year old trees, some of which you can easily fit inside of. It is so amazing that these trees have been around for so long, we were so lucky to be able to see them in our lifetime. We think that getting out in nature is the best way to be motivated to preserve what we have, you see all this beauty and it just makes you want to do your part to look after this world.
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Tree Top Walk is located in the heart of the Valley of the Giants just outside of Denmark, Western Australia. This 600 metre long, 40 metre high boardwalk takes you up into another world. It is amazing to walk through the canopy of these giant trees, it is a totally different experience to look down on trees rather than up. With views overlooking Tingle State Forest, it is definitely a must for those passing through Denmark. What an amazing highlight of our trip, memories we will cherish forever.
Eucalyptus Grandis is the tallest tree in New South Wales. Found in Myall Lakes National Park, NSW, Australia, this giant tree stands 76.2m high and is 400 years old. On our search for the tree we came across a road closure in the national park and thought our plans were blown, but we found a way, a sneaky back road and 1/2 an hour later we arrived at our destination (love a good adventure). The tree is amazing as well as the national park surrounding it, who would have thought that just 10 mins out of Bulahdelah you would find such a paradise. Next time your driving along and you see a sign for a national park or state forest, it's worth the detour, you never know what you might find, maybe NSW biggest tree, like we did.