Social Sunday Walk – Mundaring Weir to Ball Creek

  • When: Sunday 13 June 2021 at 10:30am to Sunday 13 June 2021 at 1:30pm
  • Where: Near Kalamunda (check your web account for details once you have booked) to Near Kalamunda | Section/s: The Darling Range
  • Rating: Beginners | Category: Social Sunday Walks

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Today we walk approximately 11km return from near the Mundaring Weir to Ball Creek Campsite.

The campsite and the creek are named after a local farmer in the area. We walk through mixed jarrah forest with marri and wandoo and some pine plantation on our walk.

We also pass through the Perth Hills National Parks Centre which is a popular hub for walkers, cyclists and tourists.

Ball Creek campsite has picnic tables, a typical Bibbulmun Track shelter, water tank and a bush toilet (byo toilet paper!).

COVID-19

If you choose to make a booking, you agree that you and anyone you are booking for will not attend the event if in the last 14 days you or they have:

  • been unwell
  • had contact with a known or suspected case of COVID-19
  • respiratory symptoms (even if mild)
  • a fever, cough, sore throat and/or shortness of breath
Your Event Guide/s:
  • Photo of Chris Lee

    Chris Lee

    Hi, I have been bitten by the hiking bug and enjoy anything from a leisurely jaunt to a multiple day hike through our wonderful bush. I have enjoyed walking and hiking interstate and overseas and feel so lucky to have the Bibbulmun Track as a fantastic escape to nature right on our doorstep. I’ve managed a couple of end-to-ends and have enjoyed many stretches on multiple occasions. I have met a number of wonderful people along the way and hope to be able to experience walking with you soon.

  • Photo of Russel Montgomery

    Russel Montgomery

    My acquaintance with the Bibbulmun Track goes back to the mid 1980s. We walked most of the old alignment. On blistered feet and aching legs we learnt valuable early lessons about hiking. The children came along and my walking adventures adapted to suit their little legs. As they have moved onto their own adventures I found more time to return to my own, including walking the Bibb Track. The Bibb Track really is a world class asset. People from all over the world come here to walk it. I know. I have spoken with many out on the Track. I am keen, as a Bibb Track vollie, to share some of my passion, knowledge and skills with others who can then enjoy our wilderness for themselves and in turn share it with others.