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Denmark to Albany Section of the Bibbulmun Track

Denmark to Albany

Bibbulmun Track




3-6 Days



Date Hiked

September 2019




5 Total



Traditional Custodians

Minang People 

The final town to town section of the Bibbulmun Track, explore the coastal cliffs and dune system as you head into Albany and finish at the Southern Terminus. With some of the best beaches, limestone cliffs and mesmerising ocean views from the track, this is a dramatic and satisfying way to end a 1000km journey. With plenty of highlights to enjoy along the way including West Cape Howe, Cosy Corner, the Albany Wind Farm and Princess Royal Harbour, there is a lot to keep you entertained as you walk along here. Finish in one of Western Australia's most historic towns situated perfectly in the harbour and having a lot of character.

Denmark to Nullaki

Length - 10.1km

Vertical Climb - 107m

After being dropped off on the other side of the Wilson Inlet, you hike along the edge of the water and then inland towards the Nullaki Campsite.

Wilson Inlet on the Bibbulmun Track
Donkey Orchids on the Bibbulmun Track
Hiking the Bibbulmun Track
West Cape Howe on the Bibbulmun Track
Tiger Snake on the Bibbulmun Track
Coastal Forest on the Bibbulmun Track

Nullaki to West Cape Howe

Length - 16.9km

Vertical Climb - 420m

Making your way towards the coast, you get views looking towards the Porongurups before finishing with some spectacular views overlooking West Cape Howe.

West Cape Howe to Torbay

Length - 17.2km

Vertical Climb - 352m

Spent mostly overlooking the rugged coastline around West Cape Howe, this section provides some stunning oceans views as you get closer to the finish.

Shelley Beach on the Bibbulmun Track
Purple Enamel Orchid on the Bibbulmun Track
Coastline of the Bibbulmun Track
Shelter Island on the Bibbulmun Track
Wildflowers on the Bibbulmun Track
Cosy Corner Beach on the Bibbulmun Track

Torbay to Muttonbird

Length - 12.3km

Vertical Climb - 246m

Head down to Cosy Corner Beach as you enjoy some nice walking towards the Torbay Inlet crossing and Shelter Island before finishing at Muttonbird Campsite.

Muttonbird to Sandpatch

Length - 12.4km

Vertical Climb - 117m

The penultimate section of the Bibbulmun Track and an enjoyable one as you walk along the cliffs, overlooking the Southern Ocean and the Albany Wind Farm.

Denmark to Albany on the Bibbulmun Track
Dolphins in the Surf at Sandpatch
Albany Wind Farm on the Bibbulmun Track
Princess Royal Harbour on the Bibbulmun Track
Torndirrup National Park on the Bibbulmun Track
Old Southern Terminus of the Bibbulmun Track

Sandpatch to Albany

Length - 12.7km

Vertical Climb - 117m

The end of the Bibbulmun Track sees you leave the coastal heath of Torndirrup National Park and head into the centre of Albany.

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