Denmark / Albany
Denmark to Albany | Distance: 85km
Realignments & Alternative Routes
Denmark townsite spur trail.
The Bibbulmun Track is linked to the Denmark town site by a 1.5km spur trail from the Bibbulmun Track trail head at the Denmark rivermouth, to the Denmark Visitor's Centre.
From the Bibbulmun Track trail head shelter at the river mouth, follow the nature trail along the western bank of the Denmark River. When you reach Berridge Park continue north toward the South Coast Highway, turn left and follow the highway westward beyond Strickland St toward the visitor's centre.
Diversions & Other Impacts
Sandpatch temporary campsite open Map 8b
Location: Between Mutton Bird Campsite and Albany.
The Sandpatch shelter was destroyed during a bushfire in May 2018.
A temporary campsite with water and a toilet is available. All water should be treated prior to consumption. There is no shelter. All walkers MUST carry a tent.
For more information, contact the Parks and Wildlife Service Albany on (08) 9842 4500.
Location: Between Mutton Bird and Torndirrup National Park
Walkers are advised that the Run Albany, Whales and Trail Ultra Marathon will be held on 13 - 14 October 2018.
The race will utilise part of the Bibbulmun Track between Mutton Bird and the Torndirrup National Park. The race will then conitnue on toward the Whaling Station.
More information at Perth Trail Series.
Location: Between Denmark and Albany
Walkers should be aware that the Ultra Series will be held on the Bibbulmun Track on 20 - 24 February 2019.
Ultra Series WA is keen to ensure that the race has minimum impact on walkers and contributes to the maintenance of the Bibbulmun Track. Ultra Series WA will have a strict code of conduct for their runners and are committed to a detailed check of the courses after the event.
Ultra series also make a financial contribution to assist the Bibbulmun Track Foundation in maintaining the Track.
The Bibbulmun Track Foundation and Ultra Series WA will be working together to help minimise any negative impact to the Track and ensure the safety of both walkers and runners during the event.
For more information go to Delirious West 200 Miler.