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.

    Directions

    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.

Diversions & Other Impacts

  • Torbay campsite and surrounding Track maintenance work

    Location: Torbay campsite

    Walkers are advised that BTF maintenance volunteers will undertake maintenance and improvement works at Torbay campsite and Track in the area on Saturday 15 May as part of the annual Albany District Field Day. 

    The work will affect the entire campsite, particularly the shelter. Walkers wishing to use the toilet or access the water tanks should ask a maintenance volunteer who will confirm when it is safe to do so. 

    Work will be complete by 5:00pm but walkers should be aware that bunks will have been freshly varnished and may not be quite dry.

    Please follow the work crew's directions for your safety.

  • Road construction

    Location: Nullaki Peninsula, near Denmark

    Walkers are advised that construction has begun on a new road for the lime mine pit approximately 600m north of the Nullaki campsite.

    The new road crosses the Bibbulmun Track.

    Walkers should beware of construction vehicles and other traffic in the area. For your safety stay on the marked track, adhere to and follow all signage and instructions from Parks and Wildlife and construction staff.

    For more information contact the Parks and Wildlife Service Albany on (08) 9842 4500.

  • Seasonal Diversion

    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. 

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    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.