4 Day Bibbulmun Hike – North Bannister to Dwellingup
March 1 @ 8:00 am - March 4 @ 5:00 pm
The 4 Day North Bannister To Dwellingup Hike is designed for all young people and to meet Duke Of Edinburgh Adventurous Journey Award requirements (see below). There are also limited places for anyone who wishes to participate.
The journey takes place on a 66km section of Western Australia’s world famous long distance Bibbulmun Track. It includes two climbs, The stunning 360 views from Boonering Hill and the former fire lookout on Mt Wells now a Bibbulmun Hut. The forest heading into Chadoora Campsite is some of the most beautiful forest on the track.
We begin each day on the trail by walking the first hour in total silence. To encourage mindfulness and attract wildlife for us to experience.
Albany Hwy, North Bannister – White Horse Hills Campsite
White Horse Hills Campsite – Mt Wells Campsite
Didier Walks hikes are designed to build your skills and confidence naturally, by creating a safe place for you to do things like lead the group on the trail. To take away the confidence to then plan and complete solo hiking adventures which naturally flows onto your daily life.
Mt Wells Campsite - Chadoora Campsite Total: 15.6km
Chadoora Campsite – Dwellingup
Experienced and qualified Guides – Registered Activity Provider for the Duke Of Edinburgh International Award
2 hour pre-hike consulting & pack shakedown, around a fortnight before hike.
1 hour post-hike reflection (if required)
Transport on Day one from Cockburn Central Train Station to the Albany Hwy, North Bannister.
Then on completion from Dwellingup returning to the Cockburn Central Train Station
DOE notice – Duke Of Edinburgh International Award rules, require a minimum of any four peer participants for the entire length of the level you are completing.
Duke Of Edinburgh International Award
4 days/3 nights
- Bronze – Practice, Qualifying or Combined
- Silver – Practice or Qualifying
- Gold – Practice or Qualifying
You will need to bring…
Backpack – 50 litres +
Sleeping bag – 0 comfort
Tent or suitable shelter
Comfortable walking boots or shoes
Basic first-aid kit
- A full gear list is available on request
“During my last hike on this section, I ran into a young emu who had wondered off from it’s mum. It saw me and walked away following the track. The emu was then surprised to see me again so it wasked away a little faster but stayed on the track. We played chasey for a good 20 min, it was hilarous and so entertaining”
In order to cover costs and to meet Duke Of Edinburgh Award peer participation requirements, I require a minimum of 4 fully paid bookings and Participants for the hike to run.