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Waalegh to Beraking Bibbulmun Track

Waalegh to Beraking

Bibbulmun Track




2-3 Hours



Date Hiked

5th June 2017



Campsite Style

Deep South



Traditional Custodians

Wajuk People

The Hike - Mornings at Waalegh are particularly special when get up early and watch the mist roll through the valley as the sun rises. Both times I've stayed here I've setup my tent on the northern side of the campsite as you get the best views of the sun rising from this position and it's well worth braving the cold. With plenty of granite platforms and benches to utilise, the warming feeling of enjoying a hot beverage and sitting in the stillness is a truly magical experience. With a fairly relaxed stint to Beraking in terms of difficulty there is no rush to pack up and leave early (unless you are triple hutting to Brookton or beyond). Once you have gathered all your items and shoved them neatly into your pack, head back up the hill to re-join the track and start the lovely walking through the Wandoo dominated landscape.