No, I’m not talking about the redwood trees in
. This Valley of the Giants is near Sequoia National Park Walpole in west Australia. Walpole
can leave one awestruck with its towering forests of eucalyptus trees. This is one of the most popular tourist
attractions in Western Australia’s
scenic south-west coast.
Once you descend to the Empire Walk, you’ll be able to walk around and through the giant trees, which are estimated to be approximately 400 years old. Some of the trees are approximately 50 feet in circumference.
The area is rich with bird life. You may even see grazing kangaroos, or spot migrating whales from June to September. From September to November the region wears a blanket of colorful wildflowers from the windswept coast to the forest floor.