Kalamunda to Albany
49 Total | 12 Towns
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The Bibbulmun Track is a famous long distance walking trail located in Western Australia, running over 1000km between Kalamunda in the north and Albany in the south. Follow the yellow waugyl markers through towering forests, over creeks and rivers, along wild beaches and up and over some impressive granite features. Whether you're doing an end to end, a town to town section or just out for a day walk, there is an option for everyone to immerse themselves in nature and enjoy all this wonderful trail has to offer.
If you are thinking about doing an end to end or a series of long hikes on the Bibbulmun then I encourage you to become a member of the Bibbulmun Track Foundation and organise a planning session with one of their knowledgeable and experienced staff.
Check out the town to town guides below, with each section containing a separate post about the hiking between campsites, complete with photos, maps and the relevant information.
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