COMING HOME – WHAT’S NEXT?

Friday May 11, 2018 While last week was interesting, visiting parts of the Southwest of West Australia, within a day or two I was regretting not changing my flight. The Bibbulmum hike was… Continue reading

BIBBULMUN BONUS

Friday May 4 – Thursday May 10, 2018 Finishing the Bibbumun Track hike earlier then planned has left me with time to explore a little bit more of the southwest region of Western… Continue reading

ALBANY

Bibbulmun Day 29: Thursday May 3, 2018 Km 943.1 – 955.1 (12 km) Sandpatch Camp – Albany Sandpatch is my last campsite on trail. Rain came in bursts through the night but it… Continue reading

SANDPATCH CAMP

Bibbulmun Day 28: Wednesday May 2, 2018 Km 905.4 – 943.1 (37.7 km) West Cape Howe – Sandpatch Campsite Winter arrived announced late afternoon yesterday. Temperature dropped to single digits and all through… Continue reading

WEST CAPE HOWE

Bibbulmun Day 27: Tuesday May 1, 2018 Km 862.4 – 905.4 (25.5 by car – 17.5 km hiking) Denmark – West Cape Howe Campsite To leave Denmark and rejoin the Bibbulum Track on… Continue reading

INTO DENMARK

Bibbulmun Day 26: Monday April 30, 2018 Km 820.7 – 860.7 (40 km) Boat Harbour – Denmark The night could not have been more different to yesterday. It was perfectly still with only… Continue reading

BOAT HARBOUR

Bibbulmun Day 25: Sunday April 29, 2018 Km 787.3 – 820.7 (33.4 km) Rame Head – Boat Harbour Campsite Strong gusting wind woke me through the night. Big Agnes tent was tested, it… Continue reading

RAME HEAD

Bibbulmun Day 24: Saturday April 28, 2018 Km 757.5 – 787.3 (29.8km) Franklin River – Rame Head Campsite Franklin River is the first river on track that has a reasonable flow. It was… Continue reading

FRANKLIN RIVER

Bibbulmun Day 23: Friday April 27, 2018 Km 740.3 – 757.5 (17.2km ) Walpole – Franklin River Campsite I would hate to be a meteorologist for this part of the country. As soon… Continue reading

INTO WALPOLE

Bibbulmun Day 22: Thursday April 26, 2018 Km 701.1 – 740.3 (-7km deviation – 32.2 km) Woolbales Camp –Walpole The Woolbales Campsite log book had a comment about hanging food as there were… Continue reading

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