Denmark to Albany - 25th Anniversary Celebrations

  • When: Thursday 7 September 2023 at 5:30pm to Thursday 14 September 2023 at 9:00am
  • Where: Denmark to Albany | Section/s: Denmark / Albany
  • Rating: Intermediate | Category: Overnight Adventures

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Get involved in the 25th Anniversary and join the end-to-end walkers on this 6-day walk as we finish the epic trek in Albany.

This is the twelfth and final section of the 25th Anniversary end-to-end walk and it marks the 25th Anniversary of the opening of the Bibbulmun Track in Albany in 1998. We will be having a celebration in Albany when we arrive on 13th September.

Your guides will lead you through this beautiful section following the rugged South Coast, walking along sandy beaches, traversing high points overlooking the great Southern Ocean and through the Albany windfarm before reaching the Southern Terminus.

Great for fit sectional end-to-enders or those yet to explore the Track west of Albany. Read more about this section.

Includes food drop, comprehensive briefing night, hire gear (conditions apply), trip preparation manual, map and transfer from Denmark to Nullaki Peninsula. BYO food.

Walkers will need to arrange their own accommodation as well as transport to the start (Denmark) and from the end of the walk (Albany). TRANSWA  provide a service from Perth to Denmark on 7th September and Albany to Perth on 14th September. 

Walkers will also receive a 20% discount voucher kindly donated by our partners at Ottie Merino

Please note: 

  • We are walking up to 17km each day. A good to excellent level of fitness and overnight hiking experience carrying an overnight pack is required for all sections. Participants must be fit and able to carry an overnight backpack with all gear (eg tent, clothes, stove etc) and food.
  • Check what the event rating means for this walk. Contact us for advice if you are in doubt of your ability. 
  • A pre-walk briefing will be held in Denmark in the late afternoon on 7 September. 
  • There will be a major community event as we arrive into Albany at the end of the walk and you should plan to stay for that.
  • Walk start and end timings are approximate and will be confirmed closer to the time.
  • Walkers should attend the online briefing on Wednesday 14th June, 6.30pm. Please note this in your diary when making a booking. We will cover all aspects of the walk and answer your questions. 
  • Please read the additional event information here.
  • Credit vouchers from other purchases cannot be used to make a booking for this walk.
  • Once you have made your booking, return to this page and scroll down to Attendee Information to download pdf documents for participants which contain your Ottie discount code. 

This event is suitable for the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award

Booking conditions

Please ensure you have read and understood the additional booking conditions before you proceed with this booking. Please also refer to the general booking conditions here. To make a booking, you and any other person you are booking for will need to read, understand and agree with the all the booking terms and conditions.

It is strongly recommended that people make their own, individual bookings.

Planning Night

  • When: Wednesday 14 June 2023 at 6:30pm
  • Where: Online
Your Event Guide/s:
  • Photo of Steve Sertis

    Steve Sertis

    Hi folks. I have been with the Foundation since 1997, when I first joined as a member and maintenance volunteer. I wanted to get involved in the 'new' Track after getting terribly lost on the 'old' Bibbulmun Track. From there I began leading walks and then came on staff in the office in 1999 as Events Manager and Lead Guide. I love walking and have done a few end-to-ends. I really get a kick out of sharing this passion with everyone. I am still a volunteer and look after Nerang Campsite. Come and join me on this event!

  • Photo of Charmaine Harris

    Charmaine Harris

    Hello! I am a retired “ex-schoolie” who was introduced to the Track in 2003 and have been volunteering with the BTF since 2004. Starting as a maintenance volunteer for Canning campsite, I became a volunteer guide and an office volunteer. I have completed five end-to-ends, including the first registered “double e-e”. Whether it’s planning a walk, cleaning ‘my’ campsite, pruning track-side vegetation, carrying my pack on Track, or simply sitting around a campfire chatting to other walkers, I love all aspects of “Bibbulmun Therapy”!

  • Transport on this event is offset and Carbon Neutral. Learn more »

  • Suitable for the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award.