Western Australia

Bibbulmun Track | Western Australia

WA’s Bibbulmun Track is designed to accommodate multiday walkers of all experience levels through a journey of magnificent wildflowers and scenic forests starting a mere 30-minute drive from Perth.   The track is 1000km long and we choose the best sections for your enjoyment.

Upcoming treks don’t suit?    Contact us to tailor your own.

We encourage all who love the track, like we do, to support and become a member of the Foundation or make a donation.    5% of our profits will go to the Foundation.  https://www.bibbulmuntrack.org.au/get-involved/ways-to-give/make-a-donation/

Bibbulmun Track Walpole to Peaceful Bay 4 day Duke of Edinburgh Trek | Western Australia

Sat 16 to 19 Nov 2019    – coast to trees to beach trek  –    a delightful section for the youth with a climb out of the inlet through to a cool off swim in the Frankland River.   The next morning linger to explore the river banks and the magnificent Tingle Trees before walking through to the Treetop Walk.  Especially fun on the last day where you can take your boots off and splash your way along the beach to the finish.

Bibbulmun Track Walpole to Peaceful Bay 4 day Adult Trek | Western Australia

Wed 20 to 25 Nov 2019  –    coast to trees to beach trek  –   Each day you experience a different terrain and even Lonely Planet has quoted the section as being the best of the Bibbulmun Track.   From the still waters of Walpole you will climb up for lovely views over the ocean, walk through the Tingle Forest to arrive at the beautiful Frankland River.  The hut looks over the river and may entice you in for a welcome swim.   In the morning you will want to linger to capture those pretty reflection photos.  The track meanders through the forest and we linger amongst the trees and there is lots to explore in and around the renowned Treetop Walk.  Our last night is spent over looking the southern ocean.  Great for sunset and sunrise photos.  From there we make our way down to the coast to the beach at pretty Peaceful Bay to enjoy their famous fish and chips for lunch.  Dates include travel to and from Perth.

Bibbulmun Track 2020 Family Treks | Western Australia

School Holiday Overnight Treks 2020

April, July and October  – watch this space




Cape to Cape Naturaliste-Leewin 8 day Full Moon Trek 2020 | Western Australia

Immerse yourself in the natural & wild beauty of Western Australia’s premier coastal long distance 135km trail.
We pack carry so that you can have the full experience of beautiful sunsets and the quiet stillness of early morning.

2 to 9 May 2020         8 days Cape to Cape walk trail    Max 4 persons  The Cape to Cape walk trail traverses 135km along the ridge and beaches of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park following the coast to end point at Cape Leeuwin.  The walk takes in amazing views of sea and landscapes, wildflowers and the stunning Indian Ocean.  We have chosen our dates to include the full moon for ease of camping and also for more settled weather conditions.  The trail explores the coastal region’s natural secrets, deserted white beaches, ancient granite boulders, limestone cliffs and secluded swimming spots.  By completing the trek over eight days, we walk no more than 20km in one day and it allows us to enjoy a swim in the afternoon at Prevelly and a morning to explore Hamelin Bay.  The majority of nights we camp at delightful little campsites tucked away under the shelter of trees but the trail also has the luxury of passing through settlements where we can enjoy a choice of accommodation and fresh food and drinks.  Dates are walking from Dunsborough to Augusta only and do not include travel to and from Perth.

Hike the stunning Western Australian coastline with Simply Trekking on the scenic Cape to Cape Trek.

Lurujarri Heritage Trail - July 2021 | Broome, Western Australia

Experience walking the 90km ancient song line along the coast south of Broome, sleeping out under starry skies, being guided by the local indigenous people as they share with us their stories and knowledge

July 2021        Coastal cultural indigenous trek      An ancient songline runs from the tip of the Dampier Peninsula into the deserts south of Broome and the Lurujarri Heritage Trail follows a 90km section between Minyirr the southern end of Broome’s Cable Beach and Minarriny Coulomb Point.  You will be hosted by Simply Trekking and guided by the Goolarabooloo/Millibinyarri Indigenous people.   The trail passes stunningly beautiful scenery, it is flat, easy walking on beach, rocks and dunes and on this trek we carry only a day pack as our luggage is transported inland by truck.  As you’re on the coast, you are able to wash away the day’s sweat in the turquoise sea then watch the sun sink languidly into the Indian Ocean.  Dinner is communal, with plentiful and wholesome meals and caters for vege/gluten free etc.  Small group, costings tba ex Broome.

Winding rivers thread through the Lurujarri Heritage Trail, Broome.