To all valued members and Bibbulmun Track hiking community,
The key message as at 30th March is Stay at Home
It is still OK - and good for your physical and mental health - to go out for a walk. But stay close to home! (i.e. your local park or trail) and keep it short so you don’t need to use any facilities while you are out.
- No more than two people (i.e. you and a friend) – unless you are with the people you live with.
- Follow the social distancing rules.
- Don’t touch anything while you are out.
Can I walk on the Bibbulmun Track?
- If you are lucky enough to live close to the Bibbulmun Track – then yes.
- All shelters are now closed.
- Travel restrictions mean you can only access the Track if it's in your region (Perth and Peel [combined region], South West, Great Southern). Fines apply for travelling outside your region.
We will continue to monitor the advice and Guidelines of the Australian Department of Health. For latest updates and health advice visit the Health Department. For COVID-19 updates from Parks and Wildlife Service visit the Explore Parks website and Park Alerts.
Stay safe and well – and use the time at home to plan your next hike on the Bibbulmun Track!
Updated 30/3/20 9.50am