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The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world's great long distance walk trails, stretching 1000 kilometres from Kalamunda,in the Perth hills, to the historic town of Albany on the south coast. The Track offers a range of experiences from an epic eight-week adventure staying in the 49 campsites along the way, to day walks staying in comfort in one of the quaint rural towns. Bushwalkers from around the world come to WA to become an end-to-ender on 'The Bibb'.
The Track passes through 22 national parks and other reserves. The northern half of the Track is home to large jarrah, marri and wandoo forests only found in this part of Western Australia, while the southern half features ancient karri and tingle forests opening onto the Southern Ocean for spectacular coastal walking where whales can be sighted between June and October. The award-winning Track also links some of the State's most scenic and popular attractions including Mundaring Weir, the Gloucester Tree, Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, and Mandalay Beach. Walkers can re-supply or base themselves in any of the towns along the way including Kalamunda, Dwellingup, Collie, Balingup, Pemberton, Northcliffe, Walpole, Denmark and Albany. At the half-way mark, the old mill town of Donnelly River Village offers a truly Australian experience with emus, kangaroos and other wildlife in abundance. The Track is named after the Bibbulmun Nyoongar people, an aboriginal group which journeyed on foot over long distances for ceremonies. The distinctive trails markers depict the Waugal, a symbol of the Rainbow Serpent. Although the Track is well marked, walkers are advised to use a map and guidebook. The eight water-resistant, full colour maps show car access points, campsites, terrain profiles and distances tables and are available from the Bibbulmun Track Foundation, DPaW offices, equipment stores and some visitor information centres. The campsites are in delightful locations and provide a welcome haven at day’s end. Facilities include a three-sided sleeping shelter, tent sites, picnic tables, water tank and toilet. Some campsites also have fireplaces but the use of fuel stoves is encouraged. Distances between campsites range from 10 kilometres in the north to 20 - 25 kilometres in the south. It's important to plan your walk using the maps. There's lots of useful information under 'Trip Planning' on the Bibbulmun Track website, or contact the Foundation for advice. The Foundation also offers: For those who enjoy bushwalking - and their creature comforts - try a Bibbulmun Walking Break. Enjoy a day on the Track, and return to the comfort of a hot-shower, home cooking and a comfortable bed. Based around the Track towns, each with their own unique flavour, the minimum 2-day/2-night packages include a choice of accommodation (B&B or self-catering), meals, walk transfers, map and walk notes. Packages can be tailor made to cater for a short getaway or a holiday of up to three weeks - and all arranged for you! A number of tour operators offer guided walks on the Track. Search on the Tourism WA website or the Accommodation and Services page on the Bibbulmun Track website.
About the region
The City of Kalamunda has been a tourism destination since the early 1900's. This historic area has a great story to share, natural environment to explore and an exploding 'foodie' scene to rival Western Australia’s more well-known winery regions.
The breathtaking beauty of Albany's rugged coastline creates a fitting backdrop to dramatic whaling, convict and settler history and a sensational south coast adventure. This charming city marks the spot where the first European settlers set foot in Western Australia, and much of their legacy remains today with colonial buildings standing proudly as museums, galleries and restaurants. The whaling station museum tells fascinating tales of Albany's whaling industry and you can take a cruise to meet whales up close. World-class wine, food, fishing, surfing, swimming, diving, hiking, four-wheel-driving, camping and other activities are all within minutes of town.
Start Point: Multiple access points. The Northern Terminus is at Kalamunda, 24km (30 minutes) east of Perth
End Point: The Southern Terminus is near the Albany Visitor Information Centre. Albany is 418km (4.5hrs) south of Perth.
Region: Kalamunda to Albany, Perth
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.