- Last Updated on Friday, 31 May 2013 16:15
The Bibbulmun Track is Western Australia's only long-distance walking trail and is one of the longest, continuously marked trails in Australia. It is named after a distinct Aboriginal language group, known as the Bibbulmun, who inhabited some of the areas on the south coast through which the track passes. It is marked by a stylised image of the Waugal (rainbow serpent), a spirit being from the Aboriginal Dreaming.
This world-class, 963km long-distance walktrail stretches from Kalamunda, a Hills suburb on the outskirts of Perth, to Albany, on the south coast.
Use these pages as a starting point for your exploration of the Bibbulmun Track. They contain the latest news, seasonal updates on track conditions, and a range of other useful information.
Notice of Intent for Organised Groups
Non-Commercial Organised Groups (with 8 to 17 members) planning to conduct Overnight Expeditions on DEC Managed Tracks or Trails need to complete a Notice of Intent Form. Overnight facilities can not accomodate more than this amount.
You can contact the Bibbulmun Track Office by phone on (08) 9334 0265 [International +61 8 9334 0265], by e-mail to
, by filling in the Feedback page, or writing to:
Department of Environment and Conservation
Locked Bag 104
Bentley Delivery Centre
WESTERN AUSTRALIA 6983
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