School expeditions on the Bibbulmun Track range from 2-8 days with the majority being two or three days. The resources on this page will assist you with your planning. Please use the group campsites where available (currently at Mt Cooke and in the Wellington District.)
The first page to read through is the Group Notification which must be submitted prior to any group expedition. This information will help you get started with your planning and also includes:
- General regulations applying to Parks and Wildlife lands
- Parks and Wildlife contact details
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(Click to download documents or to go to relevant pages)
- Group Notification
- Frequently asked questions
- 'Getting on Track' DVD
- Check the Groups on Track tab within the relevant Section By Section Guide to see if your preferred dates are available
- Brief planning checklist
- Walk Leader's guidelines
- Bibbulmun walks planner example
- Bibbulmun Track section by section/ map by map spread sheet
- Maps and Guidebooks
- Food plan example
- The Outdoor Leader Online
NOTE: Order 50+ units of Backcountry Cuisine for your next expedition and receive a minimum of 20% off.
Getting into Gear
- Equipment hire
- Student gear list
- Staff pack checklist
- Contents for map cases checklist
- Contents for driver folders
- Support and resupply staff kit checklist
- Iridium satellite phone use instructions
Before you go
- Health, Hygiene and Safety (including first aid and fire safety measures)
- Leave No Trace
- Information for staff leading groups on the Bibbulmun Track
- Emergency phone numbers (numbers must be checked for currency prior to your expedition)
- Commitment letter for students and parents
- Job/duty allocation table
- Who walked when spread sheet
- Gear issue record spread sheet
- End-to-end log
- List for notice board
WACE – Endorsed program
Some schools undertake seven or eight day expeditions once or twice each year enabling students to complete an end-to-end over a period of years. This program contributes 10 points towards the WA Certificate of Education (WACE).
View the full outline on the Endorsed Program page.
View the endorsed programs on the School Curriculum and Standards Authority website.