We have trees made for giants

Experience some of the tallest timber on Earth at canopy level – 40m above ground – at the Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk (pictured) near Walpole, Western Australia. One of the first walking trails of its kind, the 600m walkway extends through the majestic and ancient 400-year-old red tingle forest where visitors can spot native wildlife below. These giant eucalypts are found nowhere else in Australia, or on Earth. For a tropical adventure visit Queensland’s Daintree with trees reaching 44.2m, or 100km outside of Hobart in Styx Valley witness some of the world’s tallest trees – the eucalyptus regnans growing 100m tall.

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