The Hidden Valley on a Balingup winter’s morning transports you to the northern hemisphere.
The World Collection is indeed beautiful in the Winter. Balingup’s famous misty morning views will not disappoint as you walk up to Pear Tree Look Out. O follow the avenue of Desert Ash as they begin the procession of new growth by flowering mid-winter and being the first deciduous trees to leaf out from August with a burst of brilliant lime green.
Abundant yellow wattle flowers and lovely views to Balingup also make winter a great time to take a walk in the Australian Collection. With its grove of tall gums you will also find a rainforest glade with winter-flowering Firewheel Trees. Moving along to the Great Western Woodland are plantings of gimlets mallets and mallees with their exquisite bark and through some of WA’s rarest trees.
Old Padbury Road – 3km from Balingup
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Open 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week
Entry is by gold coin donation.
If your visiting in Spring you won’t want to miss the Spring Picnic date to be advised