Archive | Bushwalking

The world of exploring our environment by shanks-pony (our feet). Also known as bushwalking, hiking, tramping and rambling, depending on where you live. Covers day walks and pack carries and topics that relate to bushwalking but don’t fit into the sub-categories.

The value and use of Western Australia’s native forests now and into the future.

Day 11: Esperance to Albany: The Unconventional Ride. 750 km in 10 days. My first sighting of Mt Manypeaks as the sun broke through. My ride for today had me skirting around Mt Manypeaks, mind you there was still some climbing on a rocky track involved. The Hon Amber-Jade Sanderson MLA, Minister for Environment; Climate […]

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Bibbulmun Track Diversion – Map 7a Walpole

The Department of Environment and Conservation has announced that effective April 2013 a diversion is in place on the Bibbulmun Track immediately west of Walpole. Whilst every attempt is made to keep this blog up to date with the state of play on the Bibbulmun Track walkers of the Track should also check the Department […]

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