• Bigurda Trail (Kalbarri National Park)

    August 28, 2016
  • Talyuberlup Peak (Stirling Range National Park)

    April 9, 2016
  • Toolbrunup Peak (Stirling Range National Park)

    April 24, 2016
  • Eagle View Walk Trail (John Forrest National Park)

    July 23, 2016
  • Meelup Trail (Meelup Regional Park)

    January 16, 2016
  • Bald Head Walk Trail (Torndirrup National Park)

    February 27, 2016
  • Numbat Track (Paruna Wildlife Sanctuary)

    June 26, 2016
  • Grand Canyon Walk (Blue Mountains National Park)

    July 6, 2015
  • Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Giants to Frankland River

    December 29, 2015
  • Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Boat Harbour to Peaceful Bay

    May 31, 2015

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Saturday, 1 October 2016

Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Beedelup to Pemberton

The final day of an eight day hike on the Bibbulmun Track, Beedelup to Pemberton is a long but relatively easy day of walking. Departing Beedelup National Park and passing through farmland, the track follows old rail formations to Big Brook Arboretum and Dam before following the Lefroy Brook to town. Walked on a day of wildly varied weather from sunshine to hail, this was an unforgettable end to our Balingup to Pemberton adventure. 

Friday, 30 September 2016

Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Beavis to Beedelup

Day seven of an eight day hike on the Bibbulmun Track, Beavis to Beedelup proved to be the most challenging day of our hike. Departing the Donnelly River, the Track passes through dull regrowth forest in unnecessarily hilly terrain, before improving as it reaches Carey Brook Falls. After some pleasant enough forest walking, the day ends strongly with the spectacular Beedelup Falls and the campsite along Beedelup Brook itself.   

Thursday, 29 September 2016

Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Boarding House to Beavis

Day six of an eight day hike on the Bibbulmun Track, Boarding House to Beavis is infamous due to being considered the Track's hardest day. Filled with so many ascents and descents that it is known as the 'Donnelly River Rollercoaster', the day's highlight is a steep plunge from one side of the valley and an immediate climb up the other. With many fallen trees as further obstacles, this is challenging but rewarding day of walking.  

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Tom Road to Boarding House

Day five of an eight day hike on the Bibbulmun Track, the track follows the Donnelly River from Tom Road to Boarding House. This section offers walkers spectacular views of the Donnelly River itself, including an impressive series of rapids later in the day. Passing by the historic One Tree Bridge, the Bibbulmun Track's official halfway point and crossing two iconic bridges, this is one of the track's best days.

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Donnelly River Village to Tom Road

Day four of an eight day hike on the Bibbulmun Track, the walk from Donnelly River Village to Tom Road is one of the easier days between Balingup and Pemberton - and one of the prettiest. After leaving the kangaroos and emus of Donnelly River Village behind, walkers pass through lush Karri forests and along the Donnelly River itself before reaching Tom Road - one of the Bibbulmun's best and most stunning campsites.   

Monday, 26 September 2016

Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Gregory Brook to Donnelly River Village

Day three of an eight day hike on the Bibbulmun Track, Gregory Brook to Donnelly River Village is a day of transition, with walkers entering the first sections of lush, dense forest dominated by Karri. Following several rail formations and crossing old wooden bridges, the day features some spectacular forest walking before leading to Donnelly River Village - a magical place that is home to tame kangaroos and emus.

Sunday, 25 September 2016

Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Blackwood to Gregory Brook

Day two of an eight day hike on the Bibbulmun Track, the walk from Blackwood to Gregory Brook can be divided into two segments - the first following the Blackwood River, with the second along a railway formation through transitional Jarrah forests. Featuring the steep descent of Cardiac Hill, a climb to Millstream Dam and the first Karris of the Track, the idyllic campsite along the Gregory Brook provides a lovely end to the day's walking.