The south western corner of Western Australia is rich with rolling
farmlands, boutique wineries, winding rivers, spectacular cave systems,
magnificent forests and great coastlines. Margaret River, famous for
its wineries and surf beaches, is an ideal base to discover the coastal
scenery as well as to go wine tasting, surfing and caving.
Yallingup offers great surfing and is also the home to the first of
numerous underground caves, part of the cave system which works its way
south to Augusta. These fascinating limestone caves include Lake Cave,
Mammoth Cave and Jewel Cave with magnificent limestone formations and
Forests of huge karri trees are located in the region's south east.
There are many scenic drives through karri country, which are covered
in wildflowers during the spring. These southern forests also include
the Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk and the Ancient Empire.
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The Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk was set up to protect the
Tingle Forest and provides a unique opportunity to view the forest
floor and also the canopy tree-tops along the gradually elevated