A 4km return walk to a typical Track campsite during the school holidays. In a beautiful bush setting children will learn camp cooking through hands-on experience! Just bring refreshments, snacks for kids and lunch for adults.
Max two kids per adult. 1hr from Perth. Ages 6 to 12yrs. Adults Free. Includes ingredients for cooking and experienced guides. Max 2 adults per child.
This is for session A - 9.30am - 12.30pm.
- Your Event Guide/s:
Hi there. Some of you might know by my end-to-end Track name - Me & Gryglies Bear. I have been a member since 2005 and volunteer in the BTF office. I love to share my experiences so i am also a volunteer guide. Come walk with me!
Hi, Im Angela. I have a passion for nature and the outdoors and have been walking on the Track since 1998, the same year I joined as a member. My favourite section is Walpole to Peaceful Bay and I have walked most of the Track. I have been guiding since 2009 and really enjoy meeting new people. During this time I have gained a Dip of Conservation and Land Management and have been working in the bush doing environmental fauna surveys. I aim to get out on the Track more than ever.
I am better known on the Track as the "Track Crakar". I am a volunteer guide and also maintenance volunteer. My section is either side of the Murray Campsite south of Dwellingup. Now that I have retired I am so glad I have found something that I really love to do. Meeting some fantastic people along the way. See ya out there!
Hi! I have been interested in the bush since an early age and have walked small sections of the Track since its inception. Early years were spent taking family and Scout Groups on weekends camping and bush walking. I maintain a section south of Collie and walking the Track has given me a great deal of enjoyment. I was part of the 10th Anniversary Walk when I completed my first end-to-end. Since this time I have spent many hours, volunteering in the office and leading walks to ensure others know and enjoy the Bibbulmun Track as I do. My favourite is to catch a bus and spend my friendship with the bush for some days and slowly come back, to where it may take me!