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.
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 town centre.
Wilson Inlet Sandbar Alternate Route
An alternate route to cross the Wilson Inlet via the seasonal sandbar.
The route runs along Ocean Beach Rd and crosses the Wilson Inlet sandbar, then proceeds eastward along the Nullaki Peninsula to join the existing Bibbulmun Track. Note that this route is only suitable when the sandbar is formed and there is no flow at the inlet mouth. Please see the Inlet Crossings tab for a downloadable map.
Southern Terminus relocation
The Bibbulmun Track has been permanently realigned. The new Southern Terminus is located next to the Albany Visitor Centre.
Southbound walkers should continue along Grey St West beyond the Parade St intersection. Then turn left onto Collie St. Soon veer right through the carpark behind the Visitor's Centre. Then north and westward to finish on the green on York St north of the Visitor's Centre. Northbound walkers should reverse the directions.
Diversions & Other Impacts
Location: Approach to Albany town
Road construction works are currently being carried out at the Princess Royal Drive and Frenchman Bay Road interchange.
There will be minor diversions of the Bibbulmun Track in this area.
Traffic control will be in place as necessary during the works.
For your safety, please stay on the marked diversion, adhere to and follow all signage and directions on site.
Walkers should be aware of construction vehicles and other traffic in the area.
For further information, please contact the Parks and Wildlife Service Albany office on (08) 9842 4500.
Location: Torbay west of Albany
During times of heavy seas and high winter tides, the Bibbulmun Track is diverted around the Perkins Beach Headland between Cosy corner and Torbay Inlet.
This is due to the rocky headland being difficult to cross making it dangerous for walkers during high tides and heavy seas through winter.
The Track has been diverted higher along a gravel road verge and 4WD track.
Walkers please use caution when walking along the gravel road verge and 4WD track for on coming track. Walkers ahead and reduce speed signage has been put in place.
For more information contact the Parks and Wildlife Service Albany on (08) 9842 4500.