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Bibbulmun Track North Terminus Link Opening

Kalamunda City Mayor Andrew Waddell will officially open the Bibbulmun Track Northern Terminus Link this morning, Friday 1 September 2017 at 9:30am at the Northern Terminus of the Track.

The project was supported by Tourism Western Australia through the Tourism Demand Driver Infrastructure program. We are very pleased that the City of Kalamunda is keen to raise awareness of the Bibbulmun Track in the village of Kalamunda. The upgraded terminus and link trail is a fantastic improvement to the start or finish of the walk.

The new sculptures, called Bibbulmun Spirit Poles, at the entry to the Bibbulmun Track are a conceptual interpretation of the six language groups of the South West as created by Sharyn Egan. The leaf shaped panels refer to the Coolamon, an indigenous carrying vessel. The artwork was carved out of the panels by Gordon Mitchell.

The Bibbulmun Spirit Poles artwork was generously funded by Newmont Boddington Gold.