The Bibbulmun (Bib) Track stretches 1003 kms from Kalamunda to Albany and is Western Australia’s longest walking trail.
Escape the hustle and bustle and the endless list of “things to do” and instead reconnect with nature on this 52 km / 3 day incredible hiking adventure.
Trekking from the famous Gloucester Tree in Pemberton to the small South West town of Northcliffe you will be totally immersed in our spectacular Southern Forests!
You will be expertly guided through the
- Lush Karri and Jarrah forests
- Rolling country hills
- Trees covered in vibrant green moss
- Little bridges (and a mighty big one too!)
- Flowing rivers
- Tranquil cascades
- Picturesque farmland
You are invited to come and experience the great South West along parts of the magical Bib track that are only accessible by foot.
This is the perfect adventure off the beaten track and a great one for beginners to dip their toe into multi-day hiking!
Book now or check out the full inclusion list and detailed itinerary below for more information.
We encourage all hikers to keep a distance of 1.5m away from others and utilise the hand sanitizer available whilst on our hikes. If you are unwell, please stay at home, and we’ll do the same. If the sharing of food is still not deemed safe by this event start date, trail snacks will be provide as an alternative to gourmet morning tea.