Bibbulmun Track Hike Yarragil
(Ex Dwellingup) Western Australia - Sat 24th November 2018

Max Participants:
13
Location:
(Ex Dwellingup) Western Australia
Date:
Sat 24th November 2018
Duration:
All Day
Non-Member Cost:
$45.00 per person
Member Cost:
$35.00 per person
Tagged:
hiking

Looking for an active day out in Nature?

Join us for a stunning walk along the Bibbulmun Track from Yarragil Form to Swamp Oak campsite and back!   


Just One Spot Left ! 


 

The approximate time for this walk is 6 hours including breaks, however the walk may run over/under time depending upon the overall pace of the group. Please let our Guide know if you are on a time schedule.


Meeting Time/Place:

Meet at 8.00am - The Blue Wren Cafe, Pinjarra-Williams Rd, Dwellingup.  We'll leave some vehicles here and car-pool to our starting point at Yarragil, which is approximately 20 - 30 minutes drive.


How To Get There:

Dwellingup is located 106km south of Perth, a drive of approx. one hour and 20 minutes from Perth. From the city, travel south on the Kwinana Freeway to Pinjarra Rd. Exit left and travel to Pinjarra. Turn left on to South Western Highway at the traffic lights and then shortly after passing through the main business area, turn right before the railway crossing near the Pinjarra Hotel (look for signs to Dwellingup). Travel along the Pinjarra-Williams Rd to Dwellingup (approx. 25km).

Alternatively travel south on the South Western Highway from Armadale to North Dandalup and turn left on Del Park Road. Dwellingup is a further 25kms.


Walk Distance:  15.2km return 

 

Terrain: Undulating with a couple of steep sections - Suitable for those with a good level of fitness and moderate bush walking experience.  

 

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

 

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Gallery

Just beautiful
Happy Hikers
A little resting place along the way
Varied terrain
Swamp Oak Shelter
Something different around every turn
Hiking on the Bibb

Location

Please note map locations and route are approximate only

Highlights

● Lane Poole Reserve, a special conservation zone through which a significant amount of the Bibbulmun Track between Dwellingup & Collie passes.

● Walking through extensive areas of Jarrah & Sheoak

● Photo/Swimming Opportunity at Beautiful Island Pool

Includes

Experienced Bush Walking Guide

Park Entry to Lane Poole Reserve (based on carpool)

Comprehensive First Aid Kit & PLB

Insurances

Yummy Morning Tea

Photo's of your day on the trail

Excludes

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

Lunch - (BYO)

What To Bring/Wear

- Minimum 2 - 3 litres of water

- Sturdy shoes/boots with good grip

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

- Binoculars and camera (optional)

- Lunch

- Clothes to suit the activity and potential weather conditions

- 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)

- Bathers & Towel (Optional, if you feel like a refreshing dip at Island Pool after the walk/ on the way back to collect the vehicles)

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