Walkers tread lightly on Bibbulmun Track

Walk one of the World's Best Epic Trails in WA

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WHAT A VISTA: Perkins Beach from the Bibbulmun Track lookout, near Albany - just one of the spectacular sights to behold along the 1000km trail.

WHAT A VISTA: Perkins Beach from the Bibbulmun Track lookout, near Albany - just one of the spectacular sights to behold along the 1000km trail.

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Join the nine-day Bibbulmun & Beyond guided tour next May.

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With its mountains and hills, magnificent ancient forests, plains, giant trees and coastal heathlands, the Bibbulmun Track offers some of the finest walking in Australia.

Stretching 1000 kilometres from Kalamunda to Albany, it has been named one of the World's Best Epic Trails by National Geographic.

A great way to enjoy it in good company is on the annual Bibbulmun & Beyond nine-day guided tour, which next departs on May 2.

Limited places are now open for walkers.

This special itinerary is operated by the Bibbulmun Track Foundation.

"We have walked every step of the track many times - we know the track intimately and are passionate about sharing it with others," said lead guide Steve Sertis.

The itinerary incorporates full and half-day walks along sections of the track and beyond into the Stirling Range National Park near Albany, where participants climb to the summit of Bluff Knoll and are rewarded with breathtaking 360-degree views.

Participants walk with only a small daypack. A private air-conditioned bus provides transport to and from the track each day. Each evening the group returns to comfortable accommodation in towns and villages along the track to relax and enjoy the local fare.

All meals, accommodation, transport to and from Perth, entry to attractions, guides and a track-branded souvenir day pack and water bottle are included in the tour price of $2980 twin share.

Phone (08) 9481-0551 or click HERE

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