The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world's great long distance walk trails, stretching nearly 1000kms from Kalamunda (Perth Hills) to Albany (South Coast) through the heart of the scenic South West of Western Australian town of Denmark, Western Australia. Scroll down for a Map of the Bibbulmun Track through Denmark WA.
The Bibbulmun crosses all of the popular spots along the coast of Denmark WA, and those lucky enough to hike a section see areas no others will ever see. There are short walks along the Bibbulmun Track throughout the Denmark region.
Self Guided Walks, Guided Walks, Camping, Groups, there are lots of ways to Walk The Trail. Check out the Calender of Events.
The Bibbulmun Track Foundation has a comprehensive website with Track Information, News, Events, and a helpful Trip Planner, everything you'd need to learn about your walk. Denmark to Albany Section of the Bibbulmun Track.
Although the trail is open year round, the best times to see it are in Spring for the wildflowers or Autumn and Winter for cool days to ride. Sometimes it is too hot for the trail in the summer.
The Bibbulmun Track stretches from Kalamunda in the Perth hills to Albany, in the heart of the Rainbow Coast.
The track was officially opened during Western Australia's 150th year celebrations, included involved over 1000 walkers on different stages. There are almost fifty campsites along the Track which are spaced one day's walk apart.
The track passes through most of the beautiful places along the Denmark region of the South Coast, the Rainbow Coast.
It is common to come across the 'Waugal' the symbol and trail marker of the Bibbulmun Track while on other adventures in Denmark.
The Bibbulmun Track is a prominent supporter of the Leave No Trace principles:
Tower Hill, at William Bay National Park is close to Tower Hill shelter for Track Walkers. Cabin and water.
The track also passes by the Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk and the Ancient Empires