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Bibbulmun Track, Camel Farm to Hewett’s Hill, Kalamunda

  • 1-3 hours
  • 5 km
    • Bush Walk Grade 3

A pleasant, family friendly walk along a section of the popular Bibbulmun Track in the Perth Hills. This 5km return section of the Track snakes through the mixed hills forest of Beelu National Park, passing by tuart and jarrah trees, balga and zamia, with abundant native wildlife to see along the way.

The trail winds through towering tuart and jarrah trees
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361 Paul's Valley Road in Beelu NP, Hackett's Gully, 34km (41 minutes) east of Perth

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This section of the Bibbulmun Track is a pleasant walk through the Beelu National Park, 40kms drive east of Perth. The trail snakes through a towering tuart forest and beautiful jarrah trees, dotted with balga and zamia. There is lots of birdlife offering birdwatching opportunities, and native animals including kangaroos.

The trail gradually descends downhill (and uphill on the return walk) through the bush to Hewett's Hut campsite, which has a three-sided timber shelter, long drop toilet, picnic tables and a rainwater tank that usually has water.

The trail departs from the parking area at the Camel Farm on Paull's Valley Road, Hackett's Gully, approximately 15 minutes from Kalamunda. At the end of the fence veer left and follow the Bibbulmun Track signage and trail markers (yellow triangle with stylised dreamtime serpent - the Waugal). The trail is marked in both directions.

The park comes alive with an abundance of wildflowers, especially orchids, from August to November.

The walk trail map can be downloaded from the Shire of Kalamunda website.

Perth Hills Visitor Centre

(08) 9257 9998

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Time / Duration

1 hour 30 minutes


5km return

What To Pack

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

Trail Start

361 Paul's Valley Road in Beelu NP, Hackett's Gully, 34km (41 minutes) east of Perth

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Trail End

Hewett's Hill Campsite

Bush Walk

Grade 3

Suitable for most ages and fitness levels. Some bushwalking experience recommended. Tracks may have short steep hill sections a rough surface and many steps. Walks up to 20km.

Difficulty Notes

Grade 2-3

Hazards & Warnings

Don't walk on high fire danger days. Check for Track conditions.


Trail leaves from the Camel Farm. Facilities listed are at Hewett's Hill, at the turnaround point of the trail (2.5km from starting point).
  • Bicycles Prohibited
  • Camping
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet

Best time of year

March to November

Trail Access


Prohibited Items

No pets or bikes
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