Explore Western Australia

Bibbulmun Track

22 Sept - 1 Oct 2018
Change little lives for the better.

Bibbulmun Trek for Kids 2018 registrations are now open!

Bibbulmun Trek Route
22 Sept - 1 Oct 2018
  • DenmarkA scenic drive from Perth to Denmark
  • Tingle ForestWalk through orchid country to Coalmine Beach
  • Tree Top WalkTake on some hills through the peaceful tall tree forest of karri and tingle.
  • Conspicuous CliffsWe head for the coast via Nut Lookout.
  • Peaceful BayTake in amazing coastal views as we trek into Peaceful Bay.
  • Boat HarbourVegetated dunes and an enchanting peppermint forest brings us to Boat Harbour.
  • William BayHike along Mazzoletti Beach towards Greens Pool and Elephants Rock.
  • The CoveTake on Tower Hill and Mt Hallowell for spectacular views over the Denmark Coast.
  • PerthA final breakfast before the drive back to Perth.

Help Us Reach Our Goal

Raised so far
Raised so far
Our goal
By taking on this momentous challenge, the
trekkers are showing just how determined they
are to promote the important work we do and
they will help us continue providing the best
possible support for children and young people
suffering from abuse and neglect
Dr Neil Carrington, Act for Kids CEO

About the Bibbulmun Trek for Kids

About the Trek

The Bibbulmun Trek for Kids will explore the magnificent National Parks, Karri forests and pristine coastlines of Western Australia’s southern wilderness. This amazing section of the Bibbulmun Track between Walpole and Denmark is the most scenic and varied section of the whole track. The walk takes in majestic forests, deserted beaches, incredible bays and spectacular coastal cliffs. There are rolling hills and beach sand walks to add to the challenge, but the beauty and variety of the walk make the effort worthwhile.


About the Cause

The proceeds from our Trek for Kids goes back to Act for Kids to provide free life-changing therapy to abused and neglected children across Australia. Act for Kids has been delivering therapy and support services to kids and families for almost thirty years and now has over 22 centres nationally. All of their services are provided free of charge and they rely heavily on fundraising and donations to continue to make a difference.

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