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Highlights of the Bibbulmun Track – Adventurous Women

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  • Hike the best sections of the Bibbulmun Track with a group of like-minded women
  • Return each night to comfortable accommodation and a 2-course meal

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$1,495 per person (plus $100 single supplement, available on a first come first served basis)

Hike the best bits of the Bibbulmun Track with a group of like-minded, adventurous women. You’ll return each night to comfortable chalet accommodation, where you’ll enjoy a two-course meal with your hiking buddies. There’s no need to carry a heavy pack, as luggage will be transported between accommodations for you and you will be transferred and picked up from the start and finish of each day’s hike.


  • Transfers from Perth
  • Meals – 5 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 5 dinners – and snacks (including trailmix, fruit, muesli bars, cake)
  • Professional dedicated and friendly tour guide
  • 5 Nights of comfortable Twin Share Accommodation in chalets/cottages along the way. We can offer a ‘single’ room at additional cost ($20 per person, per night) on request. This is on a first come, first serve basis.
  • All national park entrance fees
  • Admission fee to Valley of The Giants Tree Top Walk
  • Adventurous Women Peak Cap


  • You will receive a detailed gear list for the trip upon booking.


  • Walking time: 2 – 7 hours per day (please note that there is no walking on day 9 of the tour)
  • Walking distance: 3.7 – 15.8 kilometres per day (please note that there is no walking on day 9 of the tour)
  • Difficulty: You will need to be fit and in good health in order to enjoy the experience.
  • Child friendly: No.
  • We strongly recommend that all people over the age of 50 have a medical check up before walking the Trail, and to consult your Doctor if you have any ongoing health problems that might affect you over a 8 day walk. Then we suggest some warm-up walks, increasing in length over a period of 4 to 6 weeks prior to walking the Pilgrim Trail. In that way you will be fit and able to fully enjoy a really memorable experience.
  • Please note that if you are flying out this evening look at booking a flight that departs from Perth after 6.30pm.


Bibbulmun Track – Auswalk ($3,295)
  • Not a women-only tour.
  • Stay in slightly different accommodation.
  • Includes a memento DVD with photos from your trip
  • More walking on some days


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Day One Drive Perth to Pemberton / Walk Cape Naturaliste to Sugarloaf Rock (Walk – 3.7km)
Today we leave Perth at 8.00am and take a leisurely drive towards Margaret River, a region not only famous for producing some of the best wines in the world, but boasting some of the best coastal scenery in the South West! During our time in the region, we’ll visit a couple of boutique industry’s, drive to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and take a leisurely 3.7km stroll to picturesque Sugarloaf Rock. This walk will take us along the first stretch of WA’s premier coastal walking trail, The Cape to Cape Track. After stretching our legs, we hop back in the bus and continue onto Pemberton, where settle in for the next three nights. Accommodation: Comfortable Chalets – Pemberton.
Day Two Beedelup National Park – Beedelup Falls (Walk – 14.6km)
This morning we travel onto the Beedelup National Park, where we begin our first walk, finishing at beautiful Beedelup Falls in the afternoon. From here, we call into Pemberton, where you have free time to stroll around the town, checking out some of the gourmet delights on offer, enjoying a cuppa, or if you’re looking for a further challenge, we’ll take you to the famous Gloucester Tree and you can climb it! Afterwards, it’s off to our cozy chalet accommodation, which is nestled among the Karri Trees, close to the Warren River. Accommodation: Comfortable Chalets – Pemberton
Day Three Gloucester Tree – Warren River (Walk – 9.8km)
Today’s walk begins at the mighty Gloucester Tree, continuing on into the magnificent karri’s, where we’ll enjoy sounds of the birds and the many delightful scents, typical of the south west forested region. Along the way, we’ll divert off the track a little and walk along a lovely trail following Lefroy Brook to The Cascades…this is a beautiful setting where we will enjoy our morning tea. We walk on through the forest, with the sound of the babbling brook close by, arriving at our destination at around lunch time. After a picnic lunch, we’ll visit one of the local wineries, giving you the opportunity to sample some quality south west wines, before heading back to our accommodation, where the rest of the afternoon is yours to enjoy! There are plenty of bush walking tracks winding their way around the property and through the adjacent forest alongside the Warren River, or perhaps you may wish to check out the on-site games room/library, feed the birds or simply take the time to relax and just enjoy the tranquil surrounds. Accommodation: Comfortable Chalets – Pemberton
Day Four Valley of the Giants – Conspicuous Beach (Walk – 15.8km)
Leaving Pemberton, we drive a couple of hours south, into the heart of the Valley of the Giants, an internationally recognised nature-based tourism attraction. It’s here that we’ll experience the excitement of The Tree Top Walk, which is 40 metres high above the ground, through the canopy of the the tingle forest….you’ll enjoy magnificent views of core wilderness areas from this vantage point. As we continue our walk, a boardwalk winds through a grove of veteran tingle trees known as the Ancient Empire. After passing through heathlands and low woodlands, dominated by the magnificent red flowering gum, the track rejoins the coast at Conspicuous Beach where our walk ends today. After a great day’s walking, we’ll head off to where we’ll be staying for the next couple of nights. Settle in and relax, while your guides prepare your dinner. Accommodation: Comfortable Chalets – Walpole
Day Five Conspicuous Beach – Peaceful Bay (15.2km)
Today we continue heading east from where we finished walking yesterday at Conspicuous Beach. Our first encounter, while we’re still bright eyed and bushy tailed, is the climb up to Conspicuous Cliff-top lookout, where we are rewarded with spectacular views of the beach, the river flowing into the sea and if we’re lucky, we may spot dolphins or a whale or two! Once we’ve caught our breath and spent time enjoying the views, we keep walking through to Rame Head and then onto Peaceful Bay. This section of the Bibbulmun Track, is one of our favourites, as it provides the greatest variety of scenery and vegetation seen anywhere along the track. Accommodation: Comfortable Chalets – Walpole
Day Six Walpole to Perth
We set off back to Perth today, taking our first break at Donnelly River Village to say g’day to the resident Emu’s and Kangaroos, who spend their day’s freely roaming around the village….It’s quite a sight to see! After leaving the village, we’ll continue our drive north, stopping en-route to grab a bite to eat for lunch. We anticipate arrival back in Perth around 5pm.