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Beautiful plate to visit when in Balingup. Autumn leaves are stunning. Great walks, amenities and picnic areas. Suits all kinds of visitors from the adventurous to families with young kids. Dog friendly.
Recently visited Golden ValleyvTreevPark to see the autumn colours and visited the World Collection twice in the two days it was that good. Great facilities for picnic and barbeque. You certainly cant rush this walking the walk trails here. The Bibbulmummn Track passes through the...More
Travelling the local area on a camping trip with another couple, we found this attraction on recommendation of family, who had recently visited there...After parking the car alongside the early homestead there, we chose one of the easier, shorter walks. This proved enjoyable and the...More
We saw the direction boards for this attraction and decided to pay a visit. there are a number of sign marked trails for all abilities and the variety of trees is great. Parking is safe and well marked out.
Golden Valley was once one of the pioneer farming properties in the area (the name comes from the Spring display of Acacia saligna (Golden Wreath Wattle) blossom. It is now a vast arboretum and park managed by the local community. Both the Australian native and...More
Lovely walks and international section was very interesting! A well put together park
Although wouldn’t necessarily recommend the Australian section, was a bit dry and dead when we were there with poorly marked pathways
Response from thewanderingslaters | Reviewed this property |
I couldn't find an answer for the question and we didn't see anyone with a dog whilst we were there. I do know they have a program for baiting/spraying ants at present so would be concerned the dog might eat the bait.
Response from Andreas K | Reviewed this property |
Each season offers a different experience. There are quite a few deciduous trees planted in the park so autumn is a particularly nice time to visit. Spring and summer are also good. During winter some parts of the grass... More
Each season offers a different experience. There are quite a few deciduous trees planted in the park so autumn is a particularly nice time to visit. Spring and summer are also good. During winter some parts of the grass areas can get boggy but the trails are normally okay.