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The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

Walking on the Bibbulmun Track is a popular activity for students participating in the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award.

Students can plan their own expedition – or join one of the events run by the Foundation.

Contact us for the overnight events which meet the criteria for the Bronze or Silver Award.


 Awards WA proudly offers The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, a global non-formal education framework which challenges young people aged 14 to 24 to discover their potential and find their purpose, passion and place in the world.

Each young person who takes part in the Award learns a skill, improves their physical well-being, volunteers in their community and experiences a team adventure in a new environment. All Participants are supported by a network of adult Award Leaders, Assessors, Supervisors, and mentors.

The Award operates in more than 130 countries and territories, helping to inspire young people to dream big, celebrate their achievements and make a difference in the world.

With the support of adult mentors, the Award helps young people to unleash their passions and believe in the power of their own potential.

Through the Award, young people can be empowered with not just the confidence but the desire to create meaningful change.


Awards WA is also proud to offer the Ignite Award, a challenging program of discovery for young people aged 10 – 14 providing a framework to learning valuable skills, assisting others in the community, being active and experiencing adventures. The Walking with Mum, Walking with Dad and the Camp Cooking for Kids events meet the criteria for the Ignite Award. Visit the Calendar of Events to make a booking.

For more information please go to Awards WA