Started Sep 9, 2016
In 2000, Mr Greg Peck, the Scotch College Boarding House master at the time, decided that some of the ‘boys from the bus’ needed to get away from the city and head back to nature. A perfect opportunity was to walk the Bibbulmun Track. A number of the boys who were in boarding, live somewhere along or nearby the 1000km Track and it was therefore a double win for those boys who were heading home.
It began as a walk here or there but soon turned into more of a structured programme. It…Continue
Posted on March 24, 2016 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment
Around 20 people joined Foundation ED, Linda Daniels on the 1st November to celebrate the Bibbulmun Track's first international Friendship Trail.
After a short ceremony and unveiling of the sign by BTF Board Member and Alcoa representative, Charlie Soord, a dozen of the group enjoyed an 8km return walk from Karri Gully to Gregory Brook campsite.
The Balingup to Donnelly River Village section is the first of 9 sections of Track to be twinned with an international…Continue
Posted on November 2, 2015 at 2:39pm
The Bibbulmun Track Foundation is conducting a survey to assist with the future planning, management and maintenance of the Track.
We would really appreciate input from all types of walkers - from day walkers to end-to-enders, first timers to experienced bushwalkers, families and solo hikers etc.
If you have been on the Track in the past month (or are planning to be out there, inf which case, please complete it after your next walk) - the survey can be found here.…Continue
Posted on September 30, 2015 at 12:15pm
In mid-February fires started by lightning ripped through the shires of Nannup, Donnybrook-Balingup, Bridgetown-Greenbushes and Manjimup, burning through Southampton, Greenbushes, the western part of Bridgetown, Hester Brook, Wandillup and Maranup. At the peak of the conflagration nine separate fires were burning.Continue
Posted on April 10, 2013 at 3:30pm
Graham and Ella Reeks were standing, staring, walking, driving their way around Australia. Steve Sertis from the Bibb Track Foundation was lucky enough to share a campsite with them on a recent walk on the Cape to Cape Track. Naturally Steve told them all about the Bibbulmun Track. With a little advice from the Foundation, they set off to walk from Northcliffe to Walpole. Read about their journey…Continue
Posted on January 24, 2012 at 1:58pm