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Bibbulmun Track

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bibbtracklogo.jpgThe 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.

bibtrackshelter.jpg 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.

icon Bibbulmun Track Notice of Intent form (393.91 kB)

Contact information

You can contact the Bibbulmun Track Office by phone on (08) 9334 0265 [International +61 8 9334 0265], by e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , by filling in the Feedback page, or writing to:

Bibbulmun Track
Department of Environment and Conservation
Locked Bag 104
Bentley Delivery Centre