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Bibbulmun Track team up with Oxfam

Some may say inspired, others may say crazy but our two marketing extraordinaires, Jean Byrne and Christine Geddis have signed up to participate in Perth’s inaugural Oxfam Trailwalker event!
Jean and Christine, along with friends Gaynor and Emma, will join over 300 teams of four to tackle 100km of the Australian bush within 48 hours and make a difference by raising funds to help overcome poverty and injustice around the world in aid of Oxfam.
This is an intense walk – certainly not for the faint hearted! In fact the Oxfam Trailwalker is widely regarded as one of Australia’s toughest charity challenges. The 100km route takes in several walking trails in the Perth Hills including the first 18km section of our iconic Bibbulmun Track, from Kalamunda to Mundaring Weir. The team’s goal is to finish in under 30 hours, which will mean a lot of physical training and mental determination and it’s very likely that they’ll walk through the night (with little or no sleep)!

Walking 100km is only the half of it, the team has also pledged to raise much needed funds for Oxfam’s work to help overcome poverty throughout the world. They have organised a fundraising quiz and still have tables available. Get some friends together for an evening of fun, laughter and trivia!

Date: Friday 13th September
Where: Lake Monger Bowling Club, Wembley
Time: 6.30pm for a 7pm start
Cost: $10 a ticket – Tables of 8

Contact: Jean or Christine on 9321 0649 or email

If you can’t make it to the quiz night you can show your support by donating online via the dedicated Bibbulmun Belles fundraising page:

Oxfam Trailwalker is a massive logistical exercise and each event needs around 700 volunteers to help make it happen. Volunteers work in various roles, from checkpoint coordinators and trail marshals to drivers and physiotherapists. Volunteers will be tasked with putting reflective markers / tape on the Track every 100 meters (day before the event) and then checking the next day that the marking is still there. Volunteers will also be required during the event and we invite Bibbulmun Track volunteers and members to get involved – particularly on the Track section! The volunteers’ dedication, hard work and enthusiasm play a pivotal role in making Oxfam Trailwalker a success. For more information and to register