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The Bibbulmun Track Foundation is proud to have developed important partnerships with a range of organisations and businesses.

These partnerships play a vital role in supporting our work in providing services to walkers and maintaining the Track in world-class condition.

From the funding of our volunteer maintenance program and to providing incentive prizes for members and volunteers, each partner makes a valuable contribution to the sustainability of the Foundation.  The support of these organisations also means that 100% of all donations are used on the Track and not on administration.

For more information on partnering the Bibbulmun Track Foundation please contact Linda Daniels, Executive Director.

Partnership Levels

Premier sponsorDiamond sponsorGold sponsorSilver sponsorBronze sponsor

See a profile of each of our partners below…

Our current partners:

Premier Partners

Newmont Boddington Gold (NBG)

Newmont Boddington Gold (NBG) is a gold mining and processing operation, 120 kilometres southeast of Perth, adjacent to the Bibbulmun Track in the Mt Wells area. Production at the mine ceased in November 2001 and the site was in a phase of care and maintenance until March 2006 when a decision to proceed with the NBG Expansion Project was made. The NBG Expansion Project relates to the mining and processing of basement rock from underneath the existing NBG oxide pits.

The history of the gold mine dates back to mid-1980 when gold was first discovered on the site. Mining commenced in 1987 and by the time the mine closed, almost 5 million ounces of gold had been produced.

NBG is an active community partner and supporter of community projects and local businesses. It is the proud sponsor of the Bibbulmun Track Foundation’s ‘Eyes on the Ground’ maintenance programme.


Gold Partners


Anaconda was founded in November 2004 by an Australian retailing family. Anaconda’s founders were concerned that Australia’s outdoor and adventure culture was in decline, with many people seeking their leisure and entertainment indoors. This family, who love the outdoors themselves, realised that Australia really didn’t have a one-stop-shop for outdoor and adventure equipment. This is how the vision of Anaconda – Australia’s largest camping and adventure superstore – was born.

Anaconda is committed to continuing to provide high-quality gear and offer excellent value to all Australians. Anaconda believes in giving back to the communities in which they live. The conservation of national parks and the traditional homelands of the Aboriginal people is central to who they are. Anaconda promotes only responsible outdoor pursuits and always take responsibility for their actions because the environment is their business.


Silver Partners

Sea to Summit

Sea to Summit is committed to developing innovative essentials for your next adventure. For more than 20 years, Sea to Summit has been the leading manufacturer of thoughtfully designed, lightweight backpacking and adventure travel gear in Australia.

As the founding sponsor, Sea to Summit helped introduce the Leave No Trace concept of minimal environmental impact to Australia in 2003. The company was named in honour of co-founder Tim Macartney-Snape’s incredible 1990 solo expedition from the Bay of Bengal in India to the top of Mt. Everest.

Sea to Summit constantly strives to meet the needs of the hard-core minimalist, as well as the discerning traveller who demands gear that’s reliable, versatile and durable – all in the smallest load possible.

Whether your adventures take you to the sea or to a summit or places in between, Sea to Summit’s products will more than earn their space in your bag.


Ultra Series WA

Born in 2016, Ultra Series WA is a thriving community of eclectic runners that stage some incredible events around the country from short beginner distances to crazy, ridiculous 200 milers. These include the Feral Pig event in the Darling Range and the Delirious West along the spectacular south coast section of the Bibbulmun Track.

Founder, Shaun Kaesler, has created a community for stories and reason, where everyone is equal whether the fastest of rabbits or the tortoise just knocking the distance out getting to that finish line. A community where adventures are created, lives are changed, astonishing achievements are created and egos are left at home.

If you share a passion for trails and running, you can find out more on their website.


Bronze Partners

Peregrine Travel WA

Peregrine Travel/Summit Travel is an adventure travel agency in Perth. Our travel guides have 35+ years experience in delivering trips of a lifetime, from cruising past Antarctic icebergs to trekking the Himalaya, exploring Europe on foot to getting up close with wildlife in Africa and immersing yourself in the culture of Central & South America.

Our Travel Consultants are unparalleled in their experience in adventure destinations. They have expert knowledge because they have been there- and can help you with expert advice and knowledge.


Peregrine Travel WA

Peregrine Travel/Summit Travel is an adventure travel agency in Perth. Our travel guides have 35+ years experience in delivering trips of a lifetime, from cruising past Antarctic icebergs to trekking the Himalaya, exploring Europe on foot to getting up close with wildlife in Africa and immersing yourself in the culture of Central & South America.

Our Travel Consultants are unparalleled in their experience in adventure destinations. They have expert knowledge because they have been there- and can help you with expert advice and knowledge.


Back Country Cuisine

Wherever your journey takes you, Back Country Cuisine provides the fuel you need to keep going, to keep discovering, to keep adventuring.

Hikers make up a big part of the people enjoying thousands of desserts and smoothies that Back Country Cuisine produces every year. Their brief for eating in the back country is simple. Make it light, full of energy, convenient, and most of all, delicious.

We all need to have something to look forward to at the end of a long day hauling a pack around, and time wasted cooking complex meals and cleaning up isn’t one of them. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a snack – your favourite Back Country meal will be ready and waiting for you in a matter of minutes, so you can get on with the task at hand which is pure enjoyment of the outdoors.



With nearly 6,000 employees in Australia and New Zealand, Veolia accompanies businesses and communities in their ecological transformation, providing solutions and innovations to achieve carbon neutrality. As the leader in environmental solutions, we provide a comprehensive range of waste, water and energy management services, designed to build a circular economy and protect the environment.

In 2021, the Veolia Group provided 79 million inhabitants with drinking water and 61 million with sanitation, produced nearly 48 million megawatt hours of energy and recovered 48 million tonnes of waste.

As a proud sponsor of the Bibbulmun Track, Veolia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present


Paddy Pallin

Since its inception, the name of Paddy Pallin became synonymous with the Australian bush, and the company he founded has grown to become Australia’s leading supplier of specialist outdoor and travel gear. The company has 13 stores throughout Australia.

Still owned by the Pallin family, the company continues its tradition of designing and sourcing technical adventure clothing and equipment for the Australian market. This has enabled the combining of cutting edge technology with the wisdom gleaned from many years of experience.


Small Things Wine

Small Things Wine from Margaret River in Western Australia produces handcrafted vegan-friendly premium wines packaged in aluminium cans.
The sustainable 250ml cans play a significant role in reducing energy and transportation costs with a significantly higher recyclability potential. Cans are infinitely recyclable, use less energy to manufacture, chill and transport.
Small Things Wines produces premium wines from the prestigious Margaret River region that are grown in sustainably accredited vineyards and made using sustainable winery practices in their sustainable accredited winery.


Funding Partners

Lotterywest trails grants program

The purpose of the trails grants program is to further enhance the establishment and promotion of an integrated, statewide network of recreational trails for bush walkers, mountain bikers and horse riders.

The Bibbulmun Track Foundation is grateful for funding provided through this Programme which not only assisted with the building of the Track, but also with subsequent upgrades. Funding has also assisted with a variety of other important projects including:

  • The upgrade of our IT network and development of this website in 2012
  • The building of a spur trail and group campsites for schools in 2011
  • Mandalay Beach lookout in 2005
  • The Bibbulmun Track User Survey conducted in 2003
  • Installation of interpretive panels
  • The design and printing of Bibbulmun Track promotional brochures
  • Production of the Guide to Accommodation & Services along the Bibbulmun Track
  • 40 free presentations to schools and youth groups to assist with planning and minimum impact
  • Display system for events and promotional activities
  • State Trails Day in 2001
  • Establishing our Events Calendar in 1999

Key Partners

Top Trails WA

The Bibbulmun Track is one of WA’s Top Trails. Discover more trails at www.trailswa.com.au


Parks and Wildlife Service at the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA)

The Parks and Wildlife Service at the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) manages 29 million hectares of WA’s parks and reserves and is the largest provider of outdoor recreational opportunities in the state.

While the Parks and Wildlife Service acts as land manager of the Track, the BTF is recognised as the primary focal point for community-based support and involvement and has primary responsibility for promoting the Track to potential walkers and maintaining the Track through the Newmont Boddington Gold “Eyes on the Ground” volunteer maintenance program. The relationship and key roles of each organisation are outlined in a memorandum of understanding.


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