Bibbulmun Track Hike Kalamunda to Hewitts
Kalamunda Western Australia - Sun 15th July 2018

Max Participants:
12
Location:
Kalamunda Western Australia
Date:
Sun 15th July 2018
Start Time:
8:30am
End Time:
4:30pm
Duration:
7 - 8 hours
Non-Member Cost:
$40.00 per person
Member Cost:
$30.00 per person
Tagged:
hiking
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Join us on a full day hike starting from the Bibbulmun Track Northern Terminus in Kalamunda through to Hewett’s Hill Campsite and return.

 

Distance:  20.4 km approx (estimated 7 - 8 hours including lunch break & short rest stops)

 

Terrain:  Steep in many sections & lengthy in terms of day walks - Suitable for fit bush walkers only, as the pace of the walk is generally faster than our normal pace to enable the group to complete in the time frame given.

 

Meeting Point:   Northern Terminus, Kalamunda, opposite the Coles Carpark (Park there for the day).  From Perth, drive along the Great Eastern Highway to Kalamunda Rd. Turn right onto Canning Rd then left on to Mead St. The Northern Terminus is on the north-east side of the round-about at Mead St, Railway Rd, and Mundaring Weir Rd.  

 

AW Guide - Sue O'Connor PH: 0403 781 803


If you'd like to join this walk, please click on the BOOK NOW BUTTON above & submit the booking form to be counted in the numbers -  Limit of 12 places available.   

 


Gallery

Beautiful Bibbulmun Track
Always a great bunch of girls

Location

Please note map locations and route are approximate only

Highlights

● Starting at the Northern Terminus (beginning of the Bibbulmun Track if heading south)

● Mix of jarrah, marri and wandoo forests

● Granite Outcrops

● Wildlife

● Stunning Views

Includes

Experienced Bush Walking Guide

Comprehensive First Aid Kit

Insurances & PLB

Yummy Morning Tea

Photo's of your day on the trail

Excludes

Transport to/from Kalamunda (Contact us if you wish to car pool)

Lunch - (BYO)

What To Bring/Wear

- Minimum 3 litres of water

- Sturdy shoes/boots with good grip

- Sun Hat, Sunglasses, sunscreen (30+) and insect repellent

- Binoculars and camera (optional)

- Snacks and lunch

- Clothes to suit the activity and potential weather conditions including a water/windproof jacket

- Personal Medication/First Aid kit

- Walking Poles (optional)

- Tissues / Wet Ones (for toilet breaks in the bush)

- Something to carry your rubbish out (nothing gets left behind Leave No Trace)

More Information

As part of our sponsorship agreement with the  Oxfam Trail Walker Event  to be held in Perth this year, we are happy to provide this walk free of charge to any female who is a registered participant of this event to assist with your training.  All you need to do is click on the BOOK NOW Button, fill out your details so we know you're coming along and provide us with your Oxfam Trail Walker proof of rego.

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