Donnelly River Village to Pemberton | Distance: 109km
Diversions & Other Impacts
Campfire bans in place
Location: Donnelly River Village to Pemberton
Campfire bans are now in place at all campsite in this section.
Walkers are not permitted to light any campfires or wood operated stoves during these periods. Please carry and use a liquid fuel stove.
Campfire bans will continue to April 2020 depending on weather conditions.
On certain days, a total fire ban will be in force where walkers are not permitted to light a fuel stove either. For information about locations of current total fire bans call 1800 709 355 or visit the www.emergency.wa.gov.au/.
We strongly encourage walkers to always use fuel stoves to cook on whenever they are walking the Bibbulmun Track. Campfires are great to sit around, but they can have an adverse effect on the environment.
Beedelup Falls Works
Location: Beedelup National Park near Beedelup campsite
Maintenance will be carried out at the Beedelup Falls boardwalk starting 6 January 2019.
This maintenance will be ongoing for a few months. The site will remain open while the works are being completed.
There will be some short temporary walk track diversions within the site including the Bibbulmun Track whilst work is taking place.
For your safety stay on the marked diversions, adhere to and follow all signage and instructions from Parks and Wildlife and other staff.
Walkers should be aware of vehicles and heavy machinery in the area.
For further information, please contact the Parks and Wildlife Service Pemberton office on (08) 9776 1207.
Closure of vehicle access points
Location: Between Donnelly River Village and Graphite Rd
Tom Road and Panda Road (previously Donnelly Drive) have been closed indefinitely to vehicles between the intersections of Gregory/Tom roads and Gregory/Gordon roads due to the deterioration of road bridges and lack of funding for the department to repair them.
Vehicle points marked on the map to access the Bibbulmun Track at these points will no longer be available from 22 April 2015.
For more details contact the Department of Parks and Wildlife office in Pemberton on (08) 9776 1207.