Time stands still on the Bibbulmun Track, a 1,000-kilometre walking trail from the Perth Hills to the historic whaling town of Albany. It’s one of the world’s most revered routes, taking in ancient forests, river valleys and dramatic coastline. Switch off and experience an adventure through the heart of some of the most incredible landscapes Western Australia’s South West region has to offer.

A haven of bushland, wildflowers and waterfalls, the Perth Hills and the town of Kalamunda – where the Bibbulmun Track begins – is a 30-minute drive from Perth. Traverse the track at your leisure, by breaking off a section for a gentle day walk or joining a guided tour. If you’ve got more time up your sleeve, immerse yourself in a full-scale eight-week adventure, camping in rustic bushland spots along the way or taking advantage of more-luxurious accommodation options in the picturesque towns along the track.

Along the Bibbulmun Track, discover a landscape as diverse as it is breathtaking. Witness birds flittering through the towering jarrah and karri tree forests and spot spiny echidnas, bilbies and wallabies. Track ancient river valleys and bushland, where seasonal wildflowers create colourful diversions. Let the rugged coastlines and the roar of the ocean guide you as you chart a course to Albany, a town synonymous with the Anzac story.