Bibbulmun Self-Guided 6D/5N (WA)
The Bibbulmun Track from Walpole to Denmark showcases the incredible biodiversity of Western Australia and the uniqueness of this region. The track follows the cliff tops, via stunning forest and includes secluded coves, pristine beaches and gorgeous coastal heathland to explore. This is an environment that has been protected by vast distances and minimal human impact over millennia, so expect the unexpected.
- 4 days of pure bliss walking one of the most remote destinations in Australia
- Conspicuous Cliffs, Peaceful Bay, Giant Tingle Forest
- 24/7 support of our team on the ground along the way
Max group size:
- - Luggage transport
- - Ferry and vehicle transfers
- - 5 nights’ accommodation with ensuites
- - 5 breakfasts, 4 Walkers lunches and 3 multi-course dinners
- - National Park admission
- - Navigation with comprehensive track notes, maps, map case, insulated lunch bag & info pack
- - 24/7 ground support
Departures:Departs Daily, Year Round (Spring/Autumn recommended)
Day 1: Walpole
The walk starts in Walpole any time in the afternoon.
Named after the earliest indigenous inhabitants of South West Australia, the Bibbulmun Track is Australia’s longest walking trail at a distance of 1003 kilometres.
Spend the night at the Tree Tops Motel Walpole.
Day 2: Walpole to Frankland River
The walking on the Bibbulmun Track begins from your accommodation in Walpole and heads along the edge of Coalmine Beach at Nornalup Inlet.
Climb to Hill Top Lookout for expansive views back over the inlet at the mouth of the Frankland River, a sight not to be missed.
On through the Giant Tingle Tree Forest before descending back down to the banks of the Frankland River for your accommodation tonight back at Tree Tops Motel Walpole.
Day 3: Frankland River to Nutkin Lodge
From the Franklin River the track continues through Jarrah and Marri forest to the Tree Tops Walk.
The Tree Tops Walk is optional but well worth it. The views are astounding as you walk and the birds-eye view of the forest via a raised canopy boardwalk at tree level is quite unique.
The Bibbulmun Track then winds its way downhill via stunning karri forest to your accommodation this evening at remote cottages near Conspicuous Cliffs.
Day 4: Nutkin Lodge to Peaceful Bay
Today you walk straight out of your accommodation and you’ll immediately be immersed in a forest of rare red flowering gums.
From there it is a gentle descent to the coast at the very picturesque Conspicuous Cliffs. The track follows along the cliff tops and finishing today at the beach settlement of Peaceful Bay.
Your accommodation this evening are remote cottages near Conspicuous Cliffs.
Day 5: William Bay to Denmark via Mount Hallowell
There is a short transfer to William Bay this morning.
The track traverses the spectacular clifftops passing huge granite boulders before ending up at Lights Beach, one of our favourite beaches in Australia.
The Bibbulmun track then heads inland, climbing to the high vantage point at Monkey Rock. The views over Wilson Inlet and Denmark are expansive.
The track makes its way to the highest point on this walk, the summit of Mt Hallowell before descending down the other site and then a gentle stroll into Denmark where you stay tonight in a B&B.
Day 6: Denmark
The walk finishes in Denmark at your lodge after breakfast.