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Suggested Walks & Group Campsites

Students make their way along the Track.
Students make their way along the Track.

Schools and youth groups are encouraged to use the group campsites designed specifically to meet their needs including:

  • a large open shelter (no walls) for cooking
  • rain water tank
  • picnic tables
  • two toilets
  • tent pads

These campsites do not have sleeping shelters as learning to set up a tent is an important element of outdoor recreation expeditions.

Maximum group sizes

At the four group campsites, the maximum group size is 30.  At all other campsites the maximum size of any group staying overnight on the Bibbulmun Track is 17, including leaders.

Group leaders are reminded to complete a Group Notification and lodge it no less than one month prior to the start of the expedition.

Alyi-wa Miya and Mt Cooke Group campsites

Group Campsite.

The group campsites near Monadnocks and Mt Cooke have been constructed specifically for school and scout groups.

Due to the popularity of the Monadnocks and the Mt Cooke campsites, two group campsites have been built to prevent overcrowding. The Alyi-wa Miya Group Campsite is south of the Monadnocks campsite with a dedicated spur trail east of the Track. The Mt Cooke Group Campsite is around 500 metres north of the original Mt Cooke campsite (between Sullivan Rock and the original campsite) and is visible from the Track. These two group campsites allow larger groups to use the area north and south of Sullivan Rock for a two night/ three day loop-style walk.

Bibbulmun Wellington Spur Trail

The 19km Wellington Spur Trail links the Bibbulmun Track from Yabberup campsite, south of Collie, to the Wellington Dam recreation area which offers a range of other recreational activities including mountain biking and canoeing. It is a pretty walk through the Wellington National Park which features WA’s unique eucalypt forests of jarrah, marri and yarri (blackbutt).

The trail has two group campsites and can be walked as a three day/two night or two day/one night walk.

Click here for more detailed planning information.

Wiilman Bilya Trail

Extend your walk on the Bibbulmun Wellington Spur Trail following the Wiilman Bilya Trail. This trail is a pleasant full day walk following the shores of the Wellington Dam and features an opportunity to take in some fantastic panoramas of the  Dam and to experience some of WA’s unique eucalypt forests of Jarrah, Marri and Yarri (blackbutt) which the trail meanders through. A series of bridges along the trail provides an added interest to the picturesque surrounds. The group campsite, Nyingarn (echidna) Campsite is similar in design to the group campsites on the Bibbulmun Wellington Spur Trail which boast an undercover area, picnic tables, toilets and tent sites (but no sleeping shelter). The maximum group size is 25. For more information visit TrailsWA.