End-to-End Online Workshop

  • When: Wednesday 13 January 2021 at 6:00pm to Wednesday 13 January 2021 at 9:00pm
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  • Rating: Beginners | Category: Seminars & Workshops

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This online workshop takes you through what you need to begin planning your epic journey.

Learn how to develop your own itinerary, organise food and food drops, plan effective rest days, cross the various inlets and consider the various emergency options available to you.

You will move one giant step closer to completing one of the biggest achievements in your life!

It was very helpful and full of those extra tips that you don't get by just reading about it. Lisa (workshop participant).

Places are limited and participants will have the opportunity to ask questions by text.

This online workshop uses the online Zoom platform. It is strongly recommended that you are internet and computer savvy and that you will be using a desktop or laptop (tablets and smart phones are not recommended). Technical support will not be offered during the workshop. You will not require a desktop camera or microphone to join this workshop but you will require speakers to hear the presenter.

Explore the Zoom platform and seek technical support at https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us

The workshop time is based on Australian Western Standard TIme (GMT +8:00). There is no daylight saving (summer time hours) in WA.

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 Ce Kealley

    Ce Kealley

    Hi! I’ve been walking the Track since the late 90’s, and like many, started slowly along the big hill curve of learning. A warning: the Bib is addictive. To me, being in the bush is a form of meditation. The whole Track is my favourite section but I must admit to being very fond of sitting on top of Mount Cooke, watching the eagles circle the skinks, and just soaking it all in. I enjoy sharing my love of the Track with novice walkers so hope to see you out there soon.