Bibbulmun Track

Bibbulmun Track

The Bibbulmun Track is Western Australia's only long-distance walking trail and is one of the longest, continuously marked trails in Australia.  It runs from Kalamunda to Albany, a distance of 963 km.

It is marked by a stylised image of the Waugal (rainbow serpent), a spirit being from the Aboriginal Dreaming.

For detailed information please contact the Bibbulmun Track Foundation on 9481 0551 or visit www.bibbulmuntrack.org.au.  Trail maps and guides are also available from www.perthtrails.com.au.

September 2017:  New Sculpture Trail for Bibbulmun Track
The City of Kalamunda has completed the upgrades to the Bibbulmun Track Northern Terminus.

The project was supported by Tourism Western Australia through the Tourism Demand Driver Infrastructure program. Neville Collard performed a Welcome to Country, with Special Guests Hon Ken Wyatt, Federal Member for Hasluck, Matthew Hughes, Member for Kalamunda, City of Kalamunda Councillors, Representatives from Tourism WA, Department Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions - Parks and Wildlife, Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, the Bibbulmun Track Foundation Board, Executive Director and Life Members, Australian Garden History Society, Kalamunda Rotary Club, Emerge and Associates, Le Grove Landscaping, Kalamunda Men’s Shed, the Kalamunda and Districts Historical Society, and the friends of Railway Heritage trail.

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