Best places to stay near the Tree Top Walk

Best places to stay near the Tree Top Walk

When you are this far south it’s awesome to stay on a farm or among the big trees to unplug and enjoy the peaceful feeling.

the nearest town with a shop, pharmacy or fuel station (and a couple of restaurants) is Walpole, Western Australia. Check out this list of Walpole Accommodation

Rural/ Farm stay Places to stay Near to the Tree Top Walk

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Tree Elle at Bow Bridge features truly incredible gardens

Tree Elle Retreat, Bow Bridge – Set in stunning gardens, and with big comfortable houses that are well equipped Tree Elle is considered the premier luxury accommodation in the area. For kids, there are farm animals that are fed daily. Also a popular wedding venue and we have been lucky enough to attend a wedding there. This is about 20 minutes from the Tree Top Walk, travelling towards Denmark. For complete property information check out Tree Elle Retreat, Bow Bridge

Walpole Wilderness Resort – Rustic wooden cottages surrounded by Karri and Tingle trees, this is a 4 star nature lover’s getaway complete with its own kangaroos. About 25 minutes from the Tree Top Walk in the North Walpole Area. For complete property information check out Walpole Wilderness Resort.

Nutkin Lodge, Peaceful Bay – well known locally for being a great, friendly stay and excellent for kids. Farm animals, an abundance of kangaroos and playing with the owner’s kids make this a great family retreat. Plus, its very close to Peaceful Bay should you want to visit a wonderful kids beach. For complete property information check out Nutkin Lodge, Peaceful Bay.

Nornalup Riverside Chalets – Most likely the closest accommodation to the Tree ToP Walk and located in the ‘blink and you will miss it’ hamlet of Nornalup which doesn’t even have phone reception! It’s across the road from the magnificent Frankland river and we used to rent canoes here when we were younger. The chalets most likely are a little dated, but would make up for that with cosiness .

Billa Billa Farm Cottages – included in this list because it’s a real farm experience far from the beaten path… far from phone or internet, these rustic cottages and experience help you to get away from it all.

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Farm animals are a feature of many places to stay. Taken at Tree Elle.

Accommodation in Walpole

Bayside Villas offer self contained accommodation in modern, well appointed two story units. These are just a couple minutes walk from the very picturesque town jetty and also on the Walk Trail that connects you to all points in this cute little village! For complete property information check out Bayside Villas

Tree Top Walk Hotel is a 4 star property offering clean, motel style accommodation. there is a pool, the only place on the list that offers a pool! there is also a restaurant on site, though we’ve eaten there and it was mediocre and service slow. Still, this is a very utilitarian option if wanting to visit Walpole and the Tree Top Walk. For complete property information check out Tree Top Walk Hotel



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View from near Rest Point Caravan Park

Caravan Parks around Walpole

There are two Caravan Parks in the Walpole area.

Rest Point Holiday Village is on the site of Walpole’s original guesthouse and it retains an old world flavor with the old guesthouse and a cute jetty. There are also spectacular views across the inlet and – a winner with our kids – a jumping pillow! in addition to being a caravan park they also offer some modest self contained cabins. For complete property information check out Rest Point Holiday Village

Coalmine Beach Holiday Park gets rave reviews from people who come back year after year and enjoy the laid back atmosphere and easy access to the Walpole for fishing and swimming.

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Want to know more about visiting the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk? Check out Top Tips to visit the Valley of the Giants With Kids

Want to stay a while in the Walpole and soak in the natural goodness, check out Walpole Western Australia with Kids

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