The Munda Biddi Trail Foundation recruits volunteers and manages the Volunteer Trail Maintenance Program as a way of providing support for the management and maintenance of the Trail.…Continue
With 2016 now well underway, it’s time to upload your trail event to the Trailtalk website.
The event listing is a sure-fire way to target trail…Continue Continue Continue
Congratulations to the winners of our Trails WA 2015 Photo of the Year Competition.
Each of our winners below will be rewarded with $50 Albumworks voucher, for…Continue
A new walking trail from Subiaco to New Norcia will be launched in March.…Continue Continue
Capture your trailswa experiences and share your favourite memories on Instagram to win 3 prizes of $50 Albumworks vouchers to create your own photo book or momento!…Continue
Ten more trails have been given the tick of approval bringing the list of WA’s best trail experiences up to 67.
Would you believe there are now over 250 trails listed…Continue
Recently, a brand new 106km world class recreational, tourism and educational trail was named Wadandi Track.…Continue
Trails WA congratulates the recent recipients of the 2015 Walking Stick Award, which is presented for outstanding service to the trails sector.
David Foster and TrailTalk member Tom Tuffin…Continue
In recognition of all trail trekkers in their senior years, who are out there and still thoroughly enjoy finding themselves in amazing places - we’re running a little competition!
We’re happy to report our annual trails and outdoor conference had one of the best turn outs ever and the vibe from contributors was simply inspiring.
One of the most fascinating…Continue
Mountain biking has taken off in recent years as one of WA’s most popular past times. At Trails WA we wanted to explore what’s behind the new trails craze, why more and more West Australians…Continue Continue
The Bibbulmun Track Foundation has established Australia’s first International Friendship Trails with the Bruce Trail Conservancy in Canada and the Jeju Olle Trail in South Korea.
Sixty-four-year-old Pauline Lane (of Wanneroo) was first exposed to the wonders of trail walking as a girl guide at the age of 11.
“It’s so fabulous, just being outdoors, especially in…Continue