Golden Valley Tree Park

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Golden Valley Tree Park

The Golden Valley Tree Park is a large landscaped park just outside the town of Balingup. It is the largest arboretum in WA and features a wide variety of trees, some of which were planted over one hundred years ago.

Activities include:

  • Sign-posted walking trails of varying lengths and difficulty
  • Australian tree collection walking trails
  • World tree collection walking trails

Age suitability

All ages

Duration

Several hours of leisurely walking.

Accessibility

Although some of the short trails are wheelchair or pram friendly, they are all unpaved and better suited for walking. The Tree Park is located on a working farm; sheep roam freely and children must be supervised near the open waterways.

Entry is clearly signposted from the South Western Highway just south of Balingup. The Tree Park can also be accessed via a 2 km walk fron Balingup along the Bibbulmun Track. Camping is not permitted.

Facilities

  • Golden Valley Tree ParkGrassed picnic area
  • Wood barbeques
  • Picnic tables
  • Gazebo shelter
  • Toilets
  • Information shelters
  • Maps and marked trails

Cost

Free, although donations will help the work of the volunteers

Opening hours

All hours all year

Website

http://www.goldenvalleytreepark.org.au/

Contact details

Old Padbury Rd, Balingup, WA 6253.

info@goldenvalleytreepark.org.au

 

Google map

 

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Date Created: September 14, 2012 Date Modified: September 18, 2012

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