Top Trail:  Bibbulmun Track, Kalamunda to Albany

Need to Know

  • Time

    6 - 8 weeks end-to-end. Trail can be walked in smaller sections including day walks.
  • Distance

    Distance varies depending on section chosen. Anywhere from a short 2km stroll to 1000kms!
  • Trail Start

    Multiple access points. The Northern Terminus is at Kalamunda, 24km (30 minutes) east of Perth.
  • Trail End

    The Southern Terminus is near the Albany Visitor Information Centre. Albany is 418km (4.5hrs) south of Perth.
  • Degree of Difficulty

     Grade 4 - Bushwalking experience recommended. Tracks may be long, rough and very steep. Directional signage may be limited.

    Degree of difficulty varies depending on section and length of Track chosen.

  • What to Pack?

    Maps or Guidebooks required. Available from the Bibbulmun Track Foundation, DBCA, visitor information centres listed below and outdoor equipment stores. Additional equipment required for overnight walks. See list on Bibbulmun Track website.

    Group B (Bushwalks and/or longer trails) required.  Show Pack

  • Best Time of the Year

    April to December
  • Facilities

    Assisted wheelchair access to a section of Track into Brookton Campsite only.

    • Access with assistance for the Disabled
    • Bicycles Prohibited
    • Camping
    • Picnic Area
    • Public Toilet
    • Water Access Points
  • Hazards & Warnings

    Conditions on the Track change almost daily. From controlled burns and temporary diversions to bushfires and storm damage - always check the current Track conditions on the DBCA website before embarking on a walk.
  • Prohibited Items

    No pets, bicycles, horses or vehicles
  • Access to the Trail

    Road or bus to Kalamunda. Road, bus or air to Albany
  • Download KML

    Download KML File (Disclaimer applies)

  • Trail Contact

    Bibbulmun Track Foundation
    Telephone: (08) 9481 0551
    Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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