- When: Monday 9 July 2018 at 9:00am to Wednesday 11 July 2018 at 2:30pm
- Where: Murdoch Park'n'Ride to Murdoch Park'n'Ride | Section/s: The Darling Range
- Rating: Intermediate | Category: Kids’ Zone
This is a three-day expedition for teenagers, camping out and experiencing the fun and camaraderie of being in and connecting with, the bush and with others their age.
Along the way, guides will present them with some mental and physical challenges.
Stimulate their minds and bodies, get them away from the X-Box and PlayStation and tackle Nature Deficit Disorder.
Participants have the opportunity to qualify for the bronze or silver Duke of Edinburgh's International Award as part of this event.
Visit The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award for general information about the program.
Includes, Track map, comprehensive planning night, trip preparation manual, equipment hire and experienced guides. BYO food (advice given). We have organised return transport for you from Murdoch Park'n'Ride. Ages 13+.
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- When: Friday 29 June 2018 at 6:30pm
- Where: City location (check your web profile for details once you have booked)
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I have always enjoyed the outdoors and now I am excited to be a volunteer guide with the Foundation. I am also a maintenance volunteer and a Board member of the Foundation. Hope to meet you soon.
Hi, Karen here. I have always had a love of walking in the bush, particularly looking at wildflowers, but have only in recent years discovered the Bibbulmun Track. As many have told me, it is addictive and I am now passing on my new found passion by volunteering as a guide. I haven’t walked the entire track yet but my favourite so far is around the Canning River where it amazes me how much the vegetation and soil can change in so short a time. Hope to see you out there soon!
In an effort to walk in the bush, I joined Bushwalkers WA in 2006. The love of wildness must be in my blood, because the first day walk I did in the bush had got me hooked. Since then I have walked here and there, interstate and overseas. I enjoy overnight multi-day walks most, and have managed to tick some of the well-known tracks in Australia, New Zealand, and Europe off my bucket list; but the track that I enjoyed most is our Bibbulmun Track. Moving along on it, I get a sense of freedom, and a degree of peace and tranquillity that is more than I was able to obtain from any other trails I have walked. I don’t know a long distant track that is like our Bibbulmun that is so well marked, with water and beautiful shelters located at comfortable distance intervals, and the use of all it has on offer is free. A track that has given me so much joy deserves my little effort in helping to keep it free for all to access and enjoy. I appreciate the opportunity to become a Track maintenance volunteer and volunteer guide for the Bibbulmun track Foundation.
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