Walpole Nornalup National Park is situated on the south coast of Western Australia, around Walpole and the Nornalup Inlet.
The park surrounds the towns of Walpole, Nornalup and Peaceful Bay, a five hour drive south of Perth
In the south-west of the park, about 5,000 hectares of near-pristine bushland has been set aside for bushwalkers.
The famous Bibbulmun Track passes through the Walpole-Nornalup National Park on its 1,000 kilometre route from the Perth hills to Albany. There is camp sites dotted throughout the park.
The beautiful rocky coastline is lined by glorious beaches and backed by lush forest. The National Park also hosts four rare species of Eucalyptus, including the Rates Tingle (Eucalyptus cornuta), Red Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus jacksonii), Red Flowering Gum (Eucalyptus ficifolia) and the Yellow Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus guilfoylei).
The National Park is also home to the Valley of the Giants, where you can see the Giant Tingle Trees. There is an interesting information centre at the Tingle Shelter from where you can start a couple of fantastic walks through and below the tree tops.
The Ancient Empire is a base walk giving stunning views up to the top of the trees.
The Tree Top Walk is also amazing reaching a height of 40 metres, as well as being accessible for all.
There are a number of great scenic drives through the National Park including the Hilltop Road to the Giant Tingle Tree, Knoll Drive, and the Valley of the Giants Road. All are worth following due to the amazing beauty of the area.
Walpole Nornalup National Park Gallery (Visitor Photographs)