Dwellingup to Collie | Distance: 128km

Realignments & Alternative Routes

  • Murray River bridge crossing

    The new bridge crossing across the Murray River has been open since 2017. Walkers should follow the new alignment which is now clearly marked between Dookanelly Campsite and Harvey-Quindanning Rd and on the current Map 2 – Dwellingup.


    The old alignment between Dookanelly Campsite and the destroyed Long Gully Bridge, marked on old (pre-2017) Bibbulmun Track Map 2 - Dwellingup, is permanently closed. Walkers should ensure they have the latest map .

Diversions & Other Impacts

  • Campfire bans

    Location: Dwellingup to Collie

    Campfires are now prohibited at all campsites until April 2023.

    Walkers should use an appropriate fuel stove for cooking.

    Please note campfires are prohibited all year round at the Yourdamung Campsite due to it being situated in an extreme Fire Risk Area.

    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  www.emergency.wa.gov.au/.

    For more information, please contact the Parks and Wildlife Service Mundaring office on (08) 9290 6100.

  • Timber harvest diversion

    Location: Between Dwellingup and Swamp Oak campsite

    The Bibbulmun Track is closed for 2.6km due to timber harvesting. A 3.5km diversion is in place.

    Download the map.

    The original route will remain closed until declared safe.

    For your safety stay on the marked diversion, adhere to and follow all signage and instructions from Parks and Wildlife and forestry staff.

    For more information, contact either the Forest Products Commission on (08) 9363 4600 or the Parks and Wildlife Service Mundaring office on (08) 9290 6100.

  • Maintenance Field Day

    Location: Murray Campsite & surroundings

    Walkers are advised that BTF maintenance volunteers will undertake maintenance and improvement works at Murray campsite and nearby Track in the area on 1 & 2 April 2023 as part of the annual Dwellingup 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 safe to do so. 

    Work will be complete by 5pm 2 April 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.