Ancient Empire - Valley of the Giants - Karri Valley Resort
Today we travel to the Walpole-Nornalup National Park, home to a grove of veteran Karri and Tingle trees known as the Ancient Empire. These are some of the largest trees in the world, measuring up to 16 metres around the base. To get a closer look, we’ll visit the world class Valley of The Giants Tree Top Walk which soars gently upwards amidst the Tingle foliage and opens up a world of birds and flowers that most people never see. In some places, the boardwalk can be as high as 36 metres above the ground. Later this morning we also visit the Gloucester Tree, the second highest fire lookout tree in the world. (The tree can be climbed by the more adventurous).
After a picnic lunch we make our way to the Karri Valley Resort on Lake Beedelup. Enjoy a free afternoon at the resort and enjoy activities such as trout fishing, bush walking, canoeing, bike riding and more. Alternatively, just sit back and relax on your lakeside balcony. (B, L, D)