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Calendar of Events

The Bibbulmun Track Foundation offers a variety of events to suit all ages and most fitness levels. From guided walks to learning how to cook amazing food on a fuel stove you’re sure to find something that interests you!  Our events calendar is published twice a year and appears online here. If you wish to receive monthly updates please contact us.

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Social Sunday Walks

Social Sunday Walks, led by our volunteer guides, are held on many Sundays between March and November.  They are free for members and there is a fee for non-members. These walks appear online one month prior to each walk.  Find out more about our event booking conditions.

Best of the Bibbulmun – fully supported tours

We hold two fully supported tours each year. The May Bibbulmun and Beyond and the September 8-day Highlights Tour. Both of these tours are carefully compiled to combine a variety of day walks with off-Track accommodation. You will experience the varied landscape of the Bibbulmun Track, taking in the spectacular ocean views and coastal heathlands in the far south, the magnificent karri and tingle forests and the rolling hills and jarrah forests of the northern section. For more information head to our Guided Tours.

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Pub, Pumps and Pipes

Did you know that we have the longest fresh water pipeline in the world?

Social Sunday Walk – Brookton Highway to Canning Campsite

An intermediate 17km return walk from Brookton Hwy to Canning Campsite

Social Sunday Walk – Mt Cooke Pines to Nerang Campsite

A 15km intermediate return walk from Mt Cooke pines to Nerang Campsite.

Teen Trek

A three day, long-weekend expedition for teenagers to get them away from that PlayStation! 

Get Found with Steve

So, you know that the needle on your compass points north, but can you safely walk have you really found yourself?