Welcome to Bibbulmun Track Map & GPS, where you’ll find a full online Google map of the track, plus a downloadable GPX file. I don’t know why, but trying to. Western Australia boasts one of the longest walking trails in the world. The Bibbulmun Track stretches 1, km from Kalamunda in Perth to. Map 1 – Darling Range – Kalamunda to North Bannister, January Map 2 – Dwellingup – North Bannister to Harvey-Quindanning.
|Published (Last):||24 September 2011|
|PDF File Size:||18.65 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||15.53 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Leave No Trace Australia. The Bibbulmun Track is managed by the Western Australian Parks and Wildlife Service at the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions and The Bibbulmun Track Foundation — an incorporated not-for-profit community-based organisation established to provide support for the department in the management, maintenance and marketing of the track to ensure that it remains a “long-distance walk trail of international significance and quality”.
In summer the weather can be very hot and water will frack hard to find except in the water tanks at the campsites.
The pleasant walk conditions of this 55 km stretch include the famous Gloucester Tree with its metre climb to the top. It passes through the heart of the scenic south west of Western Australia. The Bibbulmun Track is almost all through state forest, national parks and other reserves, with only a few small sections of farmland.
The foundation sells maps and guide books, offers trip planning advice, offers equipment hire and runs courses on camp cooking and navigation. Languages Deutsch Nederlands Edit links. When walking on the Bibbulmun Track, walkers are encouraged to follow the seven “leave no trace” principles: Retrieved from ” https: If you are walking the full Track, invest in the eight Bibbulmun Track Pack rather than buy the maps separately.
In the northern half, most campsites also have a barbecue pit and plate open fires are banned in the southern section. Retrieved 6 December This trail is generally situated to the west of tdack Bibbulmun Track. The Track passes through 22 national parks and other reserves.
Lines in his book A long walk in the Australian bush. Southwestern Western AustraliaAustralia. It runs from Kalamunda in the east of Perth to Albanyand is 1, The first leg is km from Kalamunda to Dwellingup. There are riverside campsites and swimming holes plus some of the best old-growth Karri tgack to balance out the difficult walks. Style Circuit One Way Return. The first half of the track is through the Jarrah forests of the Darling Range.
This page was last edited on 8 Decemberat By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
The groups that had suggested and also who were involved in planning with the then Forests Department of Western Australia were:. The Track takes walkers through towering karri and tingle forests, down mist-shrouded valleys, over giant granite boulders and along breathtaking coastal heathlands.
No Comments Jul 20, The Bibbulmun Track Guidebook 4 — Blackwood. For more information about the Nyoongar culture please see the various Along the Track pages and visit Nyoongar Knowledge. The Mt Wells campsite is an old fire lookout with a hut used by fire watchmen. The first few campsites are only 10 km apart, but there is only one hut on this leg. The halfway point of the Track offers stunning views of the Blackwood and Donnelly Rivers, bubbling brooks, swimming at the Mt Jones dam, kangaroos and emus at Donnelly River Village, rail formations and the Greenbushes tin mine.
Kalamunda northern terminusAlbany southern terminus.
Much of the 85 km of this leg is a coastal walk offering sheltered swimming spots and uninterrupted coastal views. The track was suggested in The Bibbulmun Track, shown in red, is a long-distance walk trail between Perth and Albany.
The Northern Terminus is at Kalamunda, 24km 30 minutes east of Perth. Click Edit to Add Condition. Albany is km 4. The friendly volunteer staff can provide you with helpful advice. Donate Now Bibnulmun help me further develop this site for you.
It passes through many of the most beautiful national parks of the south west forests and coastline. Select park or region.