- When: Sunday 19 April 2020 at 8:30am to Sunday 19 April 2020 at 2:30pm
- Where: Near Mundaring Weir (check your web profile for details once you have booked) to Near Mundaring Weir | Section/s: The Darling Range
- Rating: Beginners | Category: Day Walks
Are you a first timer or do you just occasionally dabble in bushwalking?
This is a great way to learn about what the Track has to offer you. The walk (approx. 12km with some hills) takes you through mixed jarrah forest with views over the Mundaring Weir to a Bibbulmun Track campsite.
Your guides will be on hand to talk to you about walking the Bibbulmun Track and share with you their personal experiences. We finish near the walkers’ favourite local haunt, the Mundaring Weir Hotel.
An all-round fun day and great introduction.
If the group has time and everyone is of sufficient fitness overall, the walk may be extended as an option to Mann’s Gully (an extra 4km).
An excellent event. Loved the experience and will definitely be doing more hikes and camps as the Bibbulmun Track is a great place for unwinding and enjoying the outdoors. Nicole – event participant
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- Your Event Guide/s:
In 1999 I read in the Sunday Times an article about the Bibbulmun Track and I walked a section. I joined the Foundation in 2003 and walked solo from North to South between October and November. Since then I have endeavoured to do a major trek every two years. As a guide I hope to encourage others to love the environment.
Hi everyone. I have become a member of the Foundation in 2016, after my family and I had been walking various parts of the Track and we were considering an end-to-end walk together. I still haven’t done an end-to-end walk but aim to do so in the future. I have walked and hiked in other parts of Australia and Europe, and hope that after completing my training as a volunteer guide I will be able to introduce people to the Track - making it an exciting and memorable experience. It is a great pleasure to be able to be outdoors and connect with nature and people.