Find out the latest news about the Track and the Foundation before you set off for your next walk.
22 June 2015
June 8 to 26, 2016
Come and join the Bibbulmun Track Foundation’s head guide, Steve Sertis, on this superb combination of two spectacular treks in Spain. Walk through the rolling countryside on the Camino de Santiago then trek the Catalan Pyrenees through beautiful mountainous country and charming villages.
Our itinerary combines both options but if time is not on your side then you can choose one or the other.
Our journey will start in Barcelona, Spain, where we will arrive after our flight from Australia. Here we will have 2 nights to explore this gorgeous city famous for Gaudi’s architecture, before flying north to Santiago and transferring to Sarria where we start walking the Camino de Santiago.
After 6 days of walking through beautiful rolling Spanish countryside you will reach Santiago de Compostela and receive your Compostela certificate.
You will then rest your legs for a couple of days in Santiago before flying to Barcelona, from here you will be transferred by coach to Setcases a small mountain village located on the Ter River where our Pyrenees Mountains to Mediterranean trek begins.
After 7 days of walking through the beautiful Spanish country side you will reach the warm waters of the Mediterranean where the trek finishes in Banyuls sur Mer.
On the last day you will be transferred to Barcelona airport in time for international flights back to Perth.
Participants will need a high level of fitness and walking experience for both trips.
Free information night
We will be holding a free information night on Tuesday August 4, 2015. To reserve a seat, please email Jenelle.
Registrations will open at the information night and places on both tours will be strictly limited.
For all enquiries and bookings please email Jenelle at Peregrine Travel Centre or call her on 9321 1259.
19 June 2015
For the first time since February, as of June 19, an End-to-End is possible!
Sections of the Track have either re-opened on the original alignment or diversions have been put into place.
The sections which are affected are:
1) Between Mt Dale Campsite and Brookton Hwy - Diversion now in place linking Kalamunda to Dwellingup (as of May).
2) Between Driver Rd and Harris Dam Picnic Area - Diversion now in place (as of June 19). However this will be dependent on the level of the Murray River as the crossing at Driver Rd will not possible once river levels rise. South of the Harvey-Quindanning Rd the route follows the original alignment. Walkers will need to take a tent.
3) Northcliffe to Walpole - the original alignment is only open until river levels rise. Walkers will need to take a tent. Diversion planned to be in place sometime in June or July 2015.
Some of these sections will include temporary campsites with a toilet and water tank but no shelter. Walkers will need to take tents.
Please click on the relevant section for more detailed information, diversion maps and updates.
16 June 2015
The section south of Balingup incorporating the Blackwood Campsite has been reopened and the diversion to Wright's Bridge has been removed.
While the campsite is now open, it will take many years to recover from the loss of the pines which gave walkers protection from the elements. The campsite is now quite exposed on the hill.
The new road bridge has now been finished and ready for walkes to use. The bridge was destroyed in a bushfire in February 2013.
23 March 2015
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16 March 2015
Initial reports from aerial observations indicated that Gardner Campsite was still standing. However on-the-ground assessments have revealed that it has been damaged beyond repair.
Both Gardner and Dog Pool Campsites were located well within the fire zone. We are yet to hear about the fate of the many significant bridges in the area while assessment continue to take place.
We are also saddened to learn that the bridge across the Shannon River has been destroyed.
This has a significant impact to walkers as the Track is now cut in two places; the Long Gully Bridge across the Murray River and this bridge across the Shannon River.
If you are plannning an End-to-End please click here.