With 1000 kilometres of trail passing through a variety of land tenures and nine settlements, negative impacts on the Track come from a wide range of areas.   

Whilst the Foundation cannot stop state development and urban sprawl, the Board works hard to raise awareness of the importance of the Bibbulmun Track as a recreational resource and tourist attraction - and negotiate the best outcomes it can to protect the length of the Track and the quality of the experience for walkers.

We are not activists.

Advocacy is not activism. The Foundation believes in building effective relationships with government and key decision-makers. Effective advocacy is all about achieving outcomes, and we choose to use a positive and constructive approach to reach better outcomes for the Track.

A few of the letters and submissions written over recent years are available here.