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    • COVID-19 Response

      Stay up to date with advice regarding walking the Track.

      27 March 2020
    • Bibbulmun & Beyond 9-day Tour Oct 2020

      Registrations are now open on our Bibbulmun & Beyond 9-day guided tour departing Monday 12th October, 2020.

      26 March 2020
    • Support our Raffle!

      Our Adventure Raffle is underway. This is the Bibbulmun Track Foundation’s major fundraiser for the year and we need your support today!

      17 March 2020
    • End-to-Enders gather

      On Sunday 15 March, the Foundation hosted a picnic for walkers who had registered an end-to-end walk on the Bibbulmun Track since it was officially opened in 1979.

      15 March 2020
    • Community governance of the Bibbulmun Track

      Last week Dr George presented a summary of her PhD research at an event organised by the Bibbulmun Track Foundation, which was well attended by representatives of local government and community land-care groups.

      10 March 2020
    • South coast stabilisation project

      This is the start of a project to stabilise badly eroded sections of the Track along the south coast.

      6 March 2020

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The Classifieds

  • For Sale: Walking Gear

    Trangia Stove…3 bowls…2
    Trangia fuel bottles [1L & 1/2 L]  $40
    Camelback -Unbottle 100…[holds aprox 3L water] $20
    Walking boots…Kathmandu “Randonee” Size 11 M exc cond, hardly used $40
    The lot for $80

  • Found: Denali Hiking Tent Pole

    Alloy hiking tent pole, orange in colour found at Ball Creek Campsite 8/03/2020. Other hikers at the site said they thought it had been there for some time. It is still in good order.

  • Wanted: Hiking buddy wanted

    Looking for a hiking buddy E2E S-N from 17/5/20.  It will be my third E2E, but first S-N.

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Reflections from the South African Chooks!

South Africans Penny Allen and Hilke Kruger journeyed all the way from Johannesburg to walk the Track, after learning about it from a mutual...

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