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.
A few of the letters and submissions written over recent years are available here.
- Public environment review submission - Newmont Boddington Gold Mine life of mine expansion project.
- Inquiry into the provision, use and regulation of caravan parks (and camping grounds) in Western Australia.
- Appeal to Minister to fund the State Trail Bike Strategy (with the aim to reduce the use of trail bikes on the Track).
- Access to water catchment areas for Recreation (response to Policy 13).
- Destination development Tourism WA - potential of trails tourism.
- Initial public comment submission re expansion of Alcoa operations, June 2020
- Request to the Premier that funds from the Economic Stimulus Package be allocated to construction and upgrade projects on the Bibbulmun Track. May 2020.