Latest News

Find out the latest news about the Track and the Foundation before you set off for your next walk.

  • Win a trip for two to Borneo in our 2016 Adventure Raffle!

    21 March 2016

    Over $12,000 worth of prizes to be won…

    The Adventure Raffle is the Bibbulmun Track Foundation’s major fundraiser for the year and we need your support! 

    The fantastic prizes include exciting holidays and vouchers for your choice of outdoor and travel gear. Full prize details can be found here...

    100% of funds raised will be used to help build the new suspension bridge over the Murray River to replace the historic Long Gully Bridge lost in the 2015 bushfires.  

     

    Thank you to our fantastic prize sponsors...

     

  • Buy an Entertainment Book today to help support the Track!

    16 March 2016

    Introducing the 2016 | 2017 Entertainment Book and the Entertainment Digital Membership!


    The traditional Entertainment Book that comes with the Gold Card and vouchers

    -OR-

    The Entertainment Digital Membership that puts the value of the Entertainment Book into your iPhone or Android smartphone!

    Order your new Entertainment™ Book or Entertainment™ Digital Membership before 4 May 2016 and you will receive up to $230 worth of additional offers that you can use right away!

    $13 of your $65 purchase will go towards building a new suspension bridge over the Murray River to replace the historical Long Gully Bridge - without this bridge the Track is effectively cut in half.

    In addition, you receive over $20,000 worth of valuable offers valid through to 1 June 2017 - win-win scenario for everyone!

    Click here to order your copy today.

     

  • Possum Springs Campsite Rebuild Commenced

    25 February 2016

    The rebuilding of the Possum Springs Campsite has commenced.

     

    Walls go up at the new shelter
    Walls go up at the new shelter

     

    The walls of the new shelter and toilet at the campsite will be constructed with rammed earth.

    The roof will go on soon after the walls have sufficiently dried.

     

    A view from the new shelter
    A view from the new shelter

     

    Keep an eye on the Section By Section Guide to see when the Possum Springs Campsite is open for use.

    Once work has finished here, rebuilding will commence at the Brookton Campsite.

     

    The toilet walls
    The toilet walls

  • Bibbulmun & Beyond guided tour

    3 February 2016

    Our popular Bibbulmun & Beyond 9-day tour, departs on the 9th May 2016.

    Led by experience guides, you will explore all the best sections along the Bibbulmun Track in day walks.  

    The tour then ventures beyond into the Stirling Ranges for a climb up Bluff Knoll and the reward of spectactular 360 degree views.  

    Comfortable accommodation, meals and transport in our private bus is included.  All you need is a pair of boots, your camera and a sense of adventure.   

    The whole experience was seamless with professional, enthusiastic, friendly and well organised guides

    Hurry - registrations close soon!

    For more information and a full dossier click here.

  • Bushfires close Track

    29 January 2016

    One section of the Track remain closed due to bushfires.

    For more information, click on the link and then click the Realignments/Diversions tab.

    1) Yarragil Form to Driver Rd including Murray campsite.south of Dwellingup

    This section will remain closed for some time. There is currently no diversion.

    2) Lowlands Beach to Cosy Corner  between Denmark and Albany

    A diversion is now in place, however, the Torbay and West Cape Howe campsites are now open.

    3) A number of other diversions are in place due to fire and other impacts.  Please check the Section By Section Guide (click the Realignments/Diversions tab) for the section you are planning to walk.

     

    An end-to-end walk is still not possible.

    The original Nerang campsite, located not far from the current campsite, was destroyed in a bush fire in 2003.
    The original Nerang campsite, located not far from the current campsite, was destroyed in a bush fire in 2003.