Stretching nearly 1000km from Kalamunda through to the historic town of Albany on the south coast.
The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world's great long distance walk trails, stretching nearly 1000km from Kalamunda through Dwellingup, Collie, Balingup, Donnelly River Village, Pemberton, Northcliffe, Walpole, Peaceful Bay and Denmark to the historic town of Albany on the south coast. The Track is for walkers only and is signposted with yellow triangular markers symbolising the Waugal, the rainbow serpent of the Aboriginal Dreaming. It takes walkers through towering karri and tingle forests, down mist-shrouded valleys, over giant granite boulders and along breathtaking coastal heathlands, as well as many of the most beautiful national parks.
The Bibbulmun Track offers a wide range of experiences, from a gentle stroll to enjoy the peace and beauty of the natural environment, to an epic eight week adventure.
The Munda Biddi Trail (which means path through the forest in the Noongar Aboriginal language) is fast becoming a world-class nature-based off-road cycling experience. There are few places left in the world where a 1000km track could be built through an undeveloped natural corridor. Combine Western Australia's vast areas of unspoiled forests and bushland, gentle terrain, and year-round cycling weather, and you have the ideal setting for an off-road cycle trail.
The Munda Biddi is a trail with something for everyone. There are sections of trail that will suit anyone's cycling ability and pace. The trail is easily accessible by car, so you can begin your journey wherever it is convenient. Different sections of the trail are suitable for cyclists of all levels, with a number of challenging loops and spurs coming off the main trail. As the trail is predominantly off-road, you can enjoy the scenery while you safely cycle through the forest on the dirt track.
For suggested trips depending on your experience and fitness level, please refer to Munda Biddi Trip Planning section of their website.
Maps can be purchased at the Perth Hills Visitor Centre and from the Munda Biddi website
Munda Biddi Trail
Starting at Quenda Creek Reserve in Gooseberry Hills, this trail follows the path of the old railway which was closed in 1949.
The trail is approximately 6km making it a 12km return trip. Offically ending at Walliston Station, the trail does continues through to Canning Mills.
Kalamunda Railway Heritage Trail
Over a leisurely 20 (town walk) or 30 (extension walk) minutes, immerse yourself in the history of Kalamunda in the days of thriving timber, orchard and guest house industries.
The trails highlight the buildings and sites of the Kalamunda township via a self-guided brochure, which contains information and photographs revealing the hidden histories of the area. Some of the sites on the walks include Stirk Cottage, which was the first permanent dwelling in Kalamunda built in 1881, and the Lesser Hall, which was the first brick building and provided a meeting place for isolated early residents.
Via the app, access extended content including slideshow images showing the way the area has changed over time. Hear fascinating stories through the authentic voices of people who lived and worked in Kalamunda. They share their memories through short audio clips you listen to as you walk around town.
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Kalamunda Town Heritage Trail
Caution - Check before you leave!
Regardless of the time of year please check to ensure the area you want to experience and explore is safe to do so.
Summer: With high temperatures and dry fuels there is always the potential for fire
Autumn & Winter: Flooding, Fire or Smoke Warnings may be issued in various areas where controlled burns are being conducted.
DFES Website for any major burns / hazards / alerts
Be responsible and prepared when doing any walk / cycle - ensure you have appropriate clothing, footwear and water for the journey.
Although some trails are mapped, the environment and paths can change over time depending on conditions and time of year, please ensure you stay alert to your surroundings.