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by finy (subscribe)
A retired business owner, my passions are cooking, photography and eating. I use all three of these when I write for recipeyum.com.au which is on HubGarden
Published September 30th 2019
Take a few walks on the tracks here
The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world's great long-distance walking trails. It continues for about 1000km from Kalamunda in the Perth Hills to Albany on the south coast of WA. During most of these walks, you will wander through the middle of the scenic South West of Western Australia.

The Bibbulmun Track caters for many people and for so many experiences, from an easy stroll to an eight-week adventure - the choice is yours!

You can make it more of a wilderness experience by camping out, you can join a guided group, or you can explore it in comfort using the varied accommodation in the towns along the way.

The walk actually goes through the following towns:

Dwellingup
Darling Range
Donnelly River
Ballingup
Collie
Northcliffe
Denmark/Albany
Walpole
Pemberton

BIBBULMUN BLOSSOMS
Where: Bibbulmun Track, near Mundaring Weir (location confirmed after booking)
When: 6th October at 8.30 am

For more information on this event, please go to this link.



This track tour will take just six people. A fabulous day among the wildflowers, where you will receive a new wildflower book, Northern Bibbulmun Track and Jarrah Forests. Come and learn about the many wildflowers that will be in bloom on a guided walk (8km) near Kalamunda.

The guides will assist you to identify the flora along the way. A decent level of fitness is required for this walk and some experience walking on rough and rocky trails.

BIBBULBUN BIRDS
When: Sunday 13th October 2019 at 8:00 am to 2:30 pm
Where: East of Armadale - check your site here .

On this tour, you will see the birds of the jarrah forest on a 16km walk in the hills. The walk will be with Viv Read, who is an amateur ornithologist and experienced bushwalker from Birdlife WA.



This tour also includes the book Common Birds of the South-West Forests Bush Book. For this tour, it is a good idea to bring your own binoculars!

BIBBULMUN TRACK DR DOLITTLE GOES BUSH
When: 26th October at 3.30 pm to Saturday 6.45 pm
Where: Bibbulmun Track, near Mundaring Weir (location confirmed after booking)

Children will enjoy a 2 km walk along the Bibbulmun Track to a real campsite to meet the native creatures from Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.



Return following the Waugal trail markers - and don't forget your torch!

This will be totally good for children from 5 12 years of age and there can be only two children per adult. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

For more information, please go to their site here.

MOON WALK
When: Saturday 9th November 2019 at 4:30 pm to 9:15 pm
Where: East of Armadale

This will be a function where you will unwind in a peaceful warm evening by the light of a full moon.

Enjoy a casual 9km return walk through the lovely jarrah forest to a large outcrop, which is the ideal location for a picnic, a glass of wine, and watch the setting sun and the rising full moon.



You'll be walking back by the light of the moon on some slightly uneven areas, so you will need to be reasonably fit. This means that you should have had some previous Bibbulmun Track experience. You must be confident about walking in the dark with a torch as this will be about 1 hours from Perth. Some food will be served as well as some beverages.

For more information on this track, please go to this link.
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Why? For tracks on the Bibbulbun Track
When: From October to November 2019
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