Dwellingup to Collie | Distance: 128km

Realignments & Alternative Routes

  • New Murray River bridge crossing open

    The new bridge crossing across the Murray River is now open. Walkers should follow the new alignment which is now clearly marked between Dookanelly Campsite and Harvey-Quindanning Rd. Walkers should be aware that the area surrounding the new bridge is still a worksite. Minor work is still being carried out. Walkers should adhere to all signage and instructions from staff and be aware of construction vehicles. For more information contact the Department of Parks and Wildlife Mundaring on (08) 9290 6100.


    The distance from Dookanelly Campsite to Possum Springs Campsite is 22.7km. Dookanelly Campsite to Harvey-Quindanning Rd is 15.2km. The old alignment between Dookanelly Campsite and the destroyed Long Gully Bridge, marked on Bibbulmun Track Map 2 - Dwellingup (pre-2017), is permanently closed.

    Download the map of the new alignment.

Diversions & Other Impacts

  • Campfire bans in place

    Location: All campsites in this section

    Campfire bans are now in place at all campsites on the Bibbulmun Track.

    During this period fires are not permitted at any time including in the fire rings. All walkers must ensure they use fuel stoves for cooking.

    These bans will conitnue through to 31 March but may be extended.

    On days where a total fire ban is declared, fuel stove may not be used either.

    To check if a total fire ban is in place please visit Emergency WA.

    Walkers should note that campfires are permanently banned at Yourdamung campsite as it lies within the Lane-Poole Special Conservation Zone.

    For more information contact the Parks and Wildlife Service Mundaring (Dwellingup to Dookanelly campsite) on (08) 9290 6100 or Wellington (Possum Springs campsite to Collie) on (08) 9735 1988