Registrations open for 2019 Bibbulmun Team Challenge

7 June 2019

The Bibbulmun Team Challenge was conceived by the Bibbulmun Track Foundation in 2002, and is Western Australia’s most unique physical and mental team building challenge.

The Challenge involves teams of four people competing against each other in a series of team-building activities across a 50km route of the Bibbulmun Track.  The activities have an emphasis on outdoor skills, safety, environmental awareness, physical and mental challenges.  Run over four days, participants are provided with comprehensive information as well as hire equipment. 

The Bibbulmun Team Challenge offers a whole new playing field for corporate organizations to battle it out and prove which team has the best blend of brains, brawn and team camaraderie to survive and thrive in the bush.

The Bibbulmun Team Challenge is the most unique physical and mental team building challenges currently available in WA and offers the rare opportunity for teams to not only completely disconnect with technology and reconnect with others, but to enjoy the beauty of being completely immersed in Western Australia’s breathtaking bushland. It is ideal for anyone wanting to put leadership and problem solving skills to the ultimate test, build team camaraderie, and for individuals looking for an intense and fulfilling adventure experience in this spectacular landscape. It is also of course the ultimate test to prove which organisation has it all.

The Challenge is a major fundraiser for The Bibbulmun Track Foundation with a 100% of all entry fees going towards maintaining the Bibbulmun Track for future generations, making the entire experience extremely rewarding.

Registrations for the 2019 Bibbulmun Team Challenge are open. The Challenge involves teams of four (a total of four teams) and due to the limited spaces available, it is recommended that teams get in early and register to secure their spot.

For further information see our Bibbulmun Team Challenge information page.

You put your left hand in, your right arm around, you hold tight and don’t spin around.
You put your left hand in, your right arm around, you hold tight and don’t spin around.