WA Family Bushwalking Club

Getting Families Outdoors

Members, we need your help! Please contact us if you are able to sponsor an event or have a great idea to share with other families. All ideas are welcome.

The events listed here are only possible because we are sharing outdoor activities with other families. We all benefits when more families get involved!

Upcoming events

    • 13 Jan 2023
    • 18 Jan 2023
    • Camp Kennedy Campground
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    Torbay Camp Activity: Handy Knots for Camping, hiking and home (Members Only)


    This is a hands-on for adults and children to get up to speed with useful knots. Participants are encouraged to bring piece(s) of rope, eg Grunt 3ø x 20m Rope from Bunnings as this is a hands-on activity. There is a Bunnings in Albany or please buy in Perth. 


    We will learn how to,

    • String up a ridge line to set up a tarp shelter.
    • Finish a rope with Figure-8.
    • Hang your food bag in the air to keep it away from animals: PCT Bear Hang.
    • Tie a shoelace that won't come undone whilst hiking.
    • Guy a line without hardware
    • How to roll up your rope.
    Knots we will review are:
    • Double Fisherman
    • Prusik
    • Bowline
    • Trucker's Hitch
    • Half Hitch
    • Clove Hitch
    • Berluti
    • Taut line
    • Figure-8


    Organiser: Michael Lee. mastcell@gmail.com. 0421 783 083




    • 13 Jan 2023
    • 2:00 PM
    • 18 Jan 2023
    • 8:00 AM
    • Torbay, Albany
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    Camp Kennedy to Torbay Campsite Overnight Hike on the Bibbulmen (Members only)


    Whilst we are Camping at Camp Kennedy, we will organise an overnight hike from Camp Kennedy to Torbay Campsite on the Bibbulmen Track.

    This is a easy ~8km return overnight walk suitable for walkers of all experience. It is especially suitable for adults and children wanting to do an overnight hike for the first time to shake down their gear.


    Starting at Camp Kennedy around 2pm, the first section is on the beach until Cosy Corner, where we will head inland towards the Torbay Campsite. The Campsite is on an elevated location affording a great view of the setting sun over the Southern Ocean. We return the next morning via the same route. Expect to be back around 8am.

    Please consult the whiteboard in the mess hall at Camp Kennedy for up to date information. Date and time are to be confirmed at Camp Kennedy.


    Cost: Free, but only available to member at camping at Torbay.



    For more information, please see Bibbulmen Track Web site

    Detailed equipment guide is at:
    1. Bibbulmen Track Overnight Equipment checklist

    2. WAFBC Resource page for members (Accessible only for WAFBC members).

    3. https://youtu.be/KK_rjlnBs4o

    Minimum suggested gear:

    • Overnight full packs no more than 15kg. Only bring what you need.
    • Shelter: Tents, we are not relying on the huts as they can be full.
    • Sleeping bag, Pillow, Hiking mattress.
    • Food and munchies: Arvo Snack, Dinner and Breakfast.
    • Minimum 2L water per person, we’ll fill up at the hut for the return journey.
    • Sturdy shoes.
    • Clothes for all weather.
    • Something to control mozzie.
    • Toilet paper and hygiene kit.
    • First Aid kit.

    Event organiser: Michael Lee, mastcell@gmail.com 0421 783 083

    • 13 Jan 2023
    • 3:00 PM
    • 18 Jan 2023
    • 11:00 AM
    • Camp kennedy, Torbay
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    Torbay Beach Camp 2023 (Members Only)


    Torbay Beach Camp at Camp Kennedy was the Club's premier annual event on the south coast west of Albany (http://www.campkennedy.com) and we are bringing it back again!


    It is an absolute beachfront holiday. Past activities at the camp have included Talent show Evening, walks, swimming, canoeing, boogie boarding, fishing, coffee drinking at local cafe, etc. As in previous years, the site is deemed alcohol and smoking free.


    Families stay in separate 'hut'. The huts have a bed base and mattress but little else – they are really basic. You will have the use of the shared Outdoor kitchen/BBQ area, dish washing area with running water, fridge & freezers and the ablution blocks. There is also a fee-paying washing machine and clothe lines for laundry. Dining hall has tables and benches. Due to COVID restriction, you will need to provide your own cooking pots and serving plates and utensils.


    For 2023, the indicative prices are:

    • Dorms is $20/n for Adult and $15/n for Children.
    • Camping at unpowered site is $14/n for Adult and $12/n for Children.
    • Powered site is $17/n for Adult and $14/n for Children. There are only two sites.
    • Please book directly with Camp Kennedy: Admin@campkennedy.org
    • Then register your intention here with WAFBC so we know who is going.
    ***Interested families needs to book directly with the Camp Manager,

    please book early to avoid disappointment! ***


    The accommodation will be given on a first come first serve basis. Unlike previous years, we no longer have exclusive use of the entire camp ground.


    Check-in time is 3.00pm and check-out time is 11.00am.


    Each family may be given a cleaning rooster for cleaning bathroom, dining hall etc.  


    Summary:

    • WAFBC Contact for more information: Michael 0421 783 083 or mastcell@gmail.com
    • Book directly with Camp Kennedy: Admin@campkennedy.org
    • As of 22/03/2022, the following are still available: Torbay 1, Tambellup 4 & 5, Chapel 7, Glencoe 9-14, Wagin 17 & 18 


    What to bring/Expect:
    1. Bedding: Sheets, Pillows, Quilts or Sleeping bags.
    2. Cooking utensil, Serving plates, Cutlery and cooking utensils.
    3. Tea Towels (Bring a few) - You are expected to clean your dishes.
    4. Camping chair, if you want to sit in front of your dorm/hut.
    5. Games to play (there is also small sand pit playground for kid).
    6. Books to read.
    7. Food.
    8. Each family is encouraged to participate in the Talent Show concert night.
    9. Activity-based gear e.g. hiking, swimming, fishing etc.
    10. Each family is encouraged to host a group based activity, such as going to the beach or coffee at Cozy Corner.
    11. I will organise an Overnight hike to a Bibulmum shelter and return the next morning, if there are interest.
























    • 01 Apr 2023
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Fred Jacoby Park, Hampel Road, Mundaring

    Portagabra Track, Mundaring

    The Portagabra Track takes walkers though some beautiful jarrah forest, winding its way past granite outcrops and majestic grass trees, with stunning views of the Helena Valley River and Mundaring Weir. The walk features beautiful wildflowers between August and November and is suitable for all skill levels. The trail begins at the red/white trailhead sign in Fred Jacoby Park and then heads underneath the historic Mundaring to Kalgoorlie pipeline and into the forest. Please note dogs are not allowed on the trail as it's in a national park.

    Distance is 3.5 km, About 1 hour
    Meet at the start of the walk where you walk under the pipe, at Fred Jacoby Park, Hampel Road, Mundaring, 48 min (40.4 km) via National Highway 94. Please be punctual as we will not wait no more than 15mins. ie 10:15am.
    Difficulty - Moderate level of fitness and experience required. 
Bush Walk: Grade 3 - Suitable for most ages and fitness levels. Some bushwalking experience recommended. Tracks may have short steep hill sections a rough surface and many steps. Walks up to 20km.


    Where Fred Jacoby Park, Hampel Road, Mundaring, 48 min (40.4 km) via National Highway 94
    When 14 Jul 2022 10 am (School Holiday).
    What to bring
    1-2L water per person
    Shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather etc
    Sun and Insects Protection
    Snacks & Food: to enjoy a picnic together
    Cost Members: Free
      Non Members: $5, Redeemable against Annual WAFBC membership, if applied within 3 months
    Contact Michael Lee mastcell@gmail.com 0421 783 083

    • 19 Apr 2023
    • 23 Apr 2023
    • Barrabup Sanctuary, Nannup
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    April Camp at Barrabup Santuary (Members Only).

    Peta is organizing the Easter camp this year at Barrabup Sanctuary, Nannup. This is a private campground next to the river and off the beaten track. This is the real bush experience. There is an undercover area for cooking, basic BBQ and camp fire, but please bring your camp cooking equipment, stove and oven etc. Available are flusing toilet and shower facilities with hot water. There is access to the Blackwood River, and there is a wonderful swimming spot nearby. We are close to Nannup town for resupplies. In previous years, we have a hunt for the Nannup tiger and Easter eggs. There are short hiking tracks nearby and we have organised riddles for the children to solve.


    What to bring:

    • Tent, Camper, Trailer, Swag.
    • Sleeping equipment.
    • Cooking equipment.
    • Drinking and cooking water. However, I have been told potable water is now available on site.
    • Food for the 3 days.
    • Swimming gear or kayak optional
    • Pushbike optional
    • This is an unpowered camp site - Bring your own power.
    • There is underground water suitable for washing dishes.
    • Some chocolate Easter Eggs to contribute towards the Easter Egg Hunt and a small bag or bucket for your child to collect the Easter Eggs

    Cost (to be confirm with camp operator): $20 per adult per night. Children free. Money to be collected at the camp. Bring cash. Contact: Peta Wells 0414333795

    Address: LOT 1423 Barrabup Road Nanup WA 6275
    Datum: GDA94 Zone:50H, Easting: 0380492 Northing: 6238364
    https://goo.gl/maps/MGf55WCv9oJokM469

    • 30 Apr 2023
    • 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Perth Hill Discovery Centre
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    WA Hiking Expo 2023

    Please refer to this link: https://www.wahikingexpo.com.au for more information


    All the hiking groups in WA are getting together to run this event. There will be stalls, activities for children and a variety of guided bushwalks. Our club is going to host a stall as well as lead the shortest of the walks. 


    Members and Contacts of the club are welcome to attend the event on their own or be a representative of the club to help man our stall.


    I need volunteers to help with this. Please let me know if you are willing to help by manning the stall for a couple of hours or leading the walk (or being “tail end Charlie”).


    Michael Lee 0421 783 083


    Overview of Hike Expo is available at Hike Expo 2022 Website

    Free Entry for public



    • 12 May 2023
    • 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Zoom Lecture
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    Preparing for overnight hike and Car Camping


    by Michael Lee


    Due to popular requests, I will be giving an online seminar primarily focused on preparation for an overnight hike. Much of the information on car camping applies to Car camping too, except weight and volume is less critical.


    The lecture will cover the following topics

    • Why you would want to go hiking?
    • What kind of hiker are you?
    • Endurance and fitness
    • Clothing and footwear for the hike
    • Food, Water and Cookware
    • Sleep Systems
    • Toilets
    • Gadgets to bring
    • Hiking Apps
    • Trail Safety, health and hygiene
    • Comfort items to bring. Games. Books.
    • Other hiking equipment
    • How to pack
    • What is Base Weight vs Total Weight
    • Car camping vs Hiking
    • Preparation for car camping
    • Shelter and Sleep system for car camping
    • Cookware for car camping
    • Food & food storage for car camping
    • Where to find additional resources
    • 27 May 2023
    • 9:00 AM
    • 28 May 2023
    • 1:30 PM
    • Perth Hill Discovery Centre
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    Overnight Hike from Perth Hill Discovery Centre to Helena Campsite and return.

    • Members only event.
    • Approximately 24km total.
    • Parents are responsible for their children at all times.
    • Walk is graded as 'Difficult' due to narrow and uneven ground. There are short sections with steep terrain.
    • Helena Campsite is 'new' and very comfortable. 
    • Appropriate gear is required for this walk. Please refer Members' Only resource page of the web site for more guidance.
    • The nighttime temperature may be low.
    • Members may be refused participation if the safety of the group or the participant is compromised by inappropriate equipment.
    • I have a PLB for emergency use, for the safety of the group.

    Assemble Point: Perth Hill Discovery Centre Carpark 15mins before departure time.

    • Mobile coverage is unreliable for much of the Bibbulmum Track, so we will not be waiting long if you are late to the assembly point as there is no way of determining if you are coming or not. 
    • There is no Mobile service at Helena campsite for Optus/Vodafone, weak for Telstra (Unsure about Telstra). PHDC should be a reasonable safe to park your car overnight. 
    • Registration is necessary, this event may be cancelled if there is no registered participants.   

    Hiking equipment must include these:

    • Suitable attire, sturdy shoes and other personal protection equipment.
    • Water (Minimum 2L per person at departure).
    • Food (Lunch, Dinner, breakfast and snacks)
    • Hiking backpack.
    • Warm sleeping gear  - Sleeping bag and mattress.
    • Tent (The shelter may be busy and space may not be available).
    • Personal Hygiene and toilet paper.
    • Basic First Aid kit.
    • Please keep total pack weight below 10-12kg, including water. Children should not carry more than 10% of their body weight. 

    There may be option for a day walk, or short overnight walk (eg PHDC to Ball Creek, or PHDC to Mundaring Weir etc) if another family is willing to lead.

    Please contact Michael Lee for further information. Beginners are welcome and email me if you have any question about gear selection.

    E: mastcell@gmail.com

    M: 0421 783 083



      

    • 10 Jun 2023
    • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • John Forest National Park
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    Eagle View Walk, John Forest National Park

    This challenging 15km approx circuit walk around John Forrest National Park offers great views across the Swan Coastal Plain to Perth city and the ocean in the distance. The trail is a bushwalker’s delight, covering a variety of relatively pristine habitats, passing beautiful waterfalls and boasting spectacular wildflower displays in Spring. Situated in the Darling Ranges, John Forrest is the oldest National Park in Western Australia and passes through varied vegetation types, including heathlands, open wandoo woodlands and mixed jarrah marri-wandoo forest.


    The Eagle View Walk Trail takes walkers away from the picnic areas, initially following Jane Brook down the valley. It then climbs up the valley wall where you can stop and admire the view. The trail then weaves its way up and down valleys, creek lines and hills before heading back to the Brook which it follows back to the main visitor's area. Signs every two kilometers advise how far you have walked and how far to go. Hovea Falls is a pretty place for a picnic lunch when water is flowing.


    If there is a big turnout and another family is interested, there is the option for another family to lead the shorter Christmas Tree Creek (10.5km) or Wild Flower Walks (4.5km), depending on the group's stamina.


    A tavern is located right in the John Forest NP for end-of-hike refreshment.

     
    Where Meet near the toilet block next to the Ranger's Office (sign in recommended)
    When 18 June 2022, 8:30am. Walk will take approximately 6 hours
    What to bring

    1-2L water per person

    Shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather

    Sun and Insect protection

    Snacks and Food on the go.

    Cost

    National Park Entry fee apply, ~$15 per car

    Member: Free to join group

    Non-member: $5 per family, Redeemable against Annual WAFBC membership, if applied within 3 months

    Contact Michael Lee 0421 783 083 E: mastcell@gmail.com
    Others Dogs not allowed. Please be punctual as we will wait no more than 15mins, ie 8:45am. Parents are responsible for their children.


    • 24 Jun 2023
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Camel Farm Car Park
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    Bibbulmun Track - Camel Farm to Hewitt's Hill Return 6.5km Day Hike

    • Non-Members are welcome ($5 per family.
    • Approximately 6.5km total.
    • Parents are responsible for their children at all times.
    • Walk is graded as 'Moderate'. There may be some steep sections. 
    • Appropriate gear is required for this walk. 
    • Walkers may be refused participation if the safety of the group or the participant is compromised by inappropriate equipment.

    Assemble Point: Camel Farm Carpark, 15mins before departure time. Address is 361 Paulls Valley Road, Paulls Valley WA 6076

    • The mobile coverage is unreliable for much of the Bibbulmum Track, so we will not be waiting long if you are late to the assembly point as there is no way of determining if you are coming or not. 
    • Registration is necessary, this event may be cancelled if there is no registered participants.   

    Hiking equipment must include these:

    • Suitable attire, sturdy shoes and other personal protection equipments.
    • Water (Minimum 2L per person at departure).
    • Food (Lunch and snacks).
    • Hiking backpack to carry your belongings.
    • Basic First Aid kit. 

    Please contact Michael Lee for further information. Beginners are welcome and email me if you have any question or need help with what to bring.

    E: mastcell@gmail.com

    M: 0421 783 083

    • 23 Sep 2023
    • 27 Sep 2023
    • Boyup Brook
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    Boyup Brook Bush Camp (Members only).

    Ever wanted to feel like you have your own piece of paradise in the Southwest? Bush Camp Caravan Park makes you feel like you have just that! Your kids are free to be kids and a whole park and facilities are all yours. Be sure to make yourself at home and enjoying the peace and quiet on the banks of the Blackwood River.

    BCCP is a family run camping ground located 269 km SSE of Perth along the Blackwood River. It is 32km NE of Bridgetown and 10km from Boyup Brook town.

    • No Pets
    • Relaxed check-in and check-out time
    • BYO firewood or buy from the owner
    • Unpowered sites only
    • Powered Amenities, Hot clean showers, Flushing toilets, Large Games room with Pool Table, Darts, Table Tennis and Lounge area.
    • Activities: Walk trails, Swimming and Kayaking in the river, Coffee or Lunch at Boypu Brook Pub
    • Indicative cost is $25/n Adult, and $18/n Child

    Contact: Peta Wells. Email: petaeei@bigpond.com. Mobile: ‭0414 333 795‬

    Further information: https://www.facebook.com/bushcampcaravanpark/

    This event can be viewed by anyone but you must be a member to participate in overnight activities. All fees to be paid direct to vendors providing services. Please adhere to their cancellation policy.

    • 29 Sep 2023
    • 2:00 PM
    • 01 Oct 2023
    • 10:00 AM
    • Stirling Range Retreat, 8639 Chester Pass Rd, Amelup WA 6338

    Stirling Range Camp (Members only).

    Saturday 24th Sep to Tuesday 27th Sep 2022 (3 nights)


    If you ever consider strolling up Bluff Knoll before sunrise to catch the cloud waterfall in the morning dew, or challenge yourself with a scrambling climb to the peak of Toolbrunup for a stunning vista, here is your chance. Alternatively, the summit of Mt Hassell offers a spectacular view of Mt Toolbrunup a few kilometre to the west.

    This year, we will stay at Stirling Range Retreat. Please arrange the accommodation yourself and book early to avoid disappointment. It is a long weekend, so book early to avoid disappointment. Mention the WA Family Bushwalking Club and they will try and put us together.

    Thereafter, register with wafbc.org.au (here) so we know who is going. I also welcome other family to organise group activity if you have any anything you wish to share with the group. Stirling Range Retreat offers a range of accommodation so 'cabin stay' options are available if you wish to Glam-It. 

    Depending on interest, we may drive to Porongurup National Park (60km one way from Stirling Range Retreat) to explore Devil Slide, a 5km Return Class 4 Walk.

    Entry into Bluff Knoll and Porongurup Range requires National Park Pass, currently $15 per vehicle per day per visit. 

    Stirling Range National Park has the only major mountain range within the southern half of Western Australia. The rugged peaks, which rise to more than 1000m above sea level, feature stark cliff faces, sheltered gullies, magnificent views and a rich diversity of unique and colourful wildflowers. The park is one of the world’s most important areas for flora with 1500 species, many of which grow nowhere else, packed within its boundaries.

    Porongurup Range is a fascinating place for picnicking and bush rambles. It is a place of incredible biodiversity, with 750 native plant species in an area of just 2600 hectares. With an elevation of 670m Devils Slide is the Porongurup Range's highest peak. It provides magnificent views over the granite domes of the Porongurup Ranges. Known for its high flora species diversity, the ranges are home to over 700 plant species, including 10 endemic species. You may even be lucky to spot one of the many mammal or bird species, honey possums, brushtail wallabies and even rare bird species of Baudin's cockatoo and noisy scrub-birds. The Granite Skywalk is a suspended walkway on the huge granite outcrop of Castle Rock. The two kilometre walk up from the Castle Rock picnic area passes through jarrah, marri and karri forest and by Balancing Rock to reach the base of Castle Rock and the lower lookout. Reaching the upper lookout requires scrambling through and over rocks and climbing a 6 metre ladder.

    Contact: Michael Lee. Email: mastcell@gmail.com  Mobile: 0421 783 083

    This event can be viewed by anyone but you must be a member to participate in overnight activities. All fees to be paid direct to vendors providing services. Please adhere to their cancellation policy.

    • 19 Nov 2023
    • 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Matilda Bay, Crawley
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    Christmas Picnic at Matilda Bay, Crawley. All Welcome

    Near the 2 jetties and next to the Bayside Kitchen.


    All are welcome to join us for a picnic by the Maltida Bay/Swan River with a possible visit by Father Christmas (To be confirmed). The kids can play, swim, canoe/kayak or sail if they wish, while the adults relax and chat on the beach or maybe a game of frisbee. You can arrive by bike if you wish. There are BBQs or BYO picnic, salads and snacks. Sometimes held in the morning, but this year it will be in the afternoon but always a pleasant way to spend the best part of a day under the shade of the peppermints. There is a cafe nearby for those wanting a coffee or ice cream. Bring something approximately $10 (wrapped and labelled with your child's name) for Father Christmas to give to your child.


    Time: 3pm onwards

    Venue: Matilda Bay, near Bayside Kitchen

    Cost: Free, BYO everything.

    Important information: Parents are responsible for their children. Young children must be supervised around the water.


    Contact: Peta Wells. 0414 333 795 E:petaeei@bigpond.com

Past events

27 Nov 2022 Christmas Picnic at Matilda Bay
11 Nov 2022 Boshack Eco Stay (Members Only)
04 Oct 2022 Kangaroo Trail, Walyunga National Park
24 Sep 2022 Stirling Range Camp (Members only).
14 Aug 2022 Bold Park Hike
14 Jul 2022 Mid-Year Camp at Lancelin (Members Only)
10 Jul 2022 FR Berry Reserve 2.7km Walk
03 Jul 2022 Eagle View Walk, John Forest NP
19 Jun 2022 Whistlepipe Gully Walk
18 Jun 2022 Bibbulmun Overnight - PHDC to Helena Return 24km
11 Jun 2022 Whiteman Park Wunanga Walk 4.3km
22 May 2022 Yanchep National Park Cave Walk 4.5km
06 May 2022 Online Lecture: Preparing for overnight hike with your child
01 May 2022 WA Hike Expo 2022 IS CANCELLED
20 Apr 2022 April Camp at Barrabup Santuary (Members Only)
10 Apr 2022 Bike Ride
08 Apr 2022 Online Lecture: Preparing for overnight hike with your child
03 Apr 2022 Lake Leschenaultia 5km
06 Mar 2022 Mettams Pool (cancelled)
12 Feb 2022 Night Walk at Lightning Swamp, Noranda
22 Jan 2022 Start of year Camp at Walpole
05 Dec 2021 Christmas Picnic at Matilda Bay
07 Nov 2021 AGM (Committee Meeting follows immediately afterwards)
24 Oct 2021 Bells Rapids River Walk
25 Sep 2021 Stirling Range & Porongurup Skywalk Camp (Members only).
05 Sep 2021 Whistlepipe Gully Walk
21 Aug 2021 Noble Falls Walk Trail 3.6km
10 Jul 2021 Bibbulmun Track - Camel Farm to Hewitt's Hill Return 6.5km
27 Jun 2021 Bibbulmun Track - Sullivan Road to Mt Cuthbert Return 8km Dayhike
13 Jun 2021 Bold Park Hike. Limestone Trail.
29 May 2021 Bibbulmun Overnight - PHDC to Helena Return 24km
02 May 2021 WA Hike Expo
14 Apr 2021 April Camp at Barrabup Santuary (Members Only)
08 Apr 2021 Camping at Prevelly Caravan Park in Margaret River (Members Only).
01 Mar 2021 Snorkel, rock exploring, and swim - Mettams Pool, Trigg.
21 Feb 2021 Re-Adjourned 2020-2021 AGM of the WAFBC
30 Jan 2021 2020 AGM (Committee Meeting follows immediately afterwards)
18 Jan 2021 Albany Wind Farm to Camp Kennedy Bibbulmen Overnight Hike (Members only)
15 Jan 2021 Torbay camp 2021
22 Nov 2020 Canning River Ride
28 Sep 2020 Camping at Kalgen River Caravan Park
25 Sep 2020 Stirling Ranges Camp
13 Sep 2020 Wildflower walk trail
15 Aug 2020 Bibbulmun Overnight - PHDC to Helena Return 24km
25 Jul 2020 Whiteman park trail
09 Jul 2020 Lesmurdie Falls
05 Jul 2020 Bold Park Walk, 2km
21 Jun 2020 Piesse Brook
06 Jun 2020 Portagabra Track
24 May 2020 CANCELLED Paruna Sanctuary walks
03 May 2020 CANCELLED Hiking expo
21 Apr 2020 CANCELLED Bibbilmun track Camel farm to Hewetts hut , Kalamunda
16 Apr 2020 CANCELLED Bells Rapids River Walk
09 Apr 2020 CANCELLED Easter camp
05 Mar 2020 Cervantes Camp
02 Mar 2020 Canning River ride and kayak
20 Jan 2020 Torbay Beach Holiday 2020 (Member only event)
20 Jan 2020 Camp Kennedy to Torbay Campsite Bibbulmen Overnight Hike (Members only)
20 Jan 2020 Albany Wind Farm to Camp Kennedy Bibbulmen Overnight Hike (Members only)
14 Jan 2020 Night stalk
27 Dec 2019 Post Christmas picnic
12 Dec 2019 Christmas Party
22 Nov 2019 Camping at Geographe Bay Busselton (Members Only Event)
09 Nov 2019 Canning river ride and kayak
13 Oct 2019 Ellis Brook Valley Wildflower Walk 2.8km
12 Oct 2019 Kings Park Picnic - 2019 AGM and Free Pizza
19 Sep 2019 RAC Nature Park Margaret River (Members Only Event)
31 Aug 2019 F.R. Berry Reserve Walk Trail, Swan Valley
11 Aug 2019 Fred Jacoby Park
15 Jul 2019 Whistlepipe Gully 3.5km Loop
15 Jun 2019 John Forest – Glen Brook Trail
08 Jun 2019 Whiteman Park – Wunanga trail
17 May 2019 Camping and Tour at Dryandra Woodland, Narrogin (Members Only)
11 May 2019 Beeliar Park, Spectacles Aboriginal Heritage Trail 5km loop
25 Apr 2019 Walyunga National Park Walk 4km Loop
19 Apr 2019 Camp at Barrabup Sanctuary (Nannup) Easter (Member only event)
18 Jan 2019 Torbay Beach Holiday 2019 (Member only event)
21 Dec 2018 Xmas Party 2018
21 Oct 2018 Kings Park Picnic - 2018 AGM and free Pizza
28 Sep 2018 Blackwood River Canoe weekend - camping (Member only event)
15 Sep 2018 Ellis Brook Valley
02 Sep 2018 Walk in John Forest National Park 2018
01 Jul 2018 Whistlepipe gulley walk, Mundy Regional Park
09 Jun 2018 Piesse Brook 2018
27 Apr 2018 Perth Hills Discovery Centre Walk
21 Apr 2018 Coral Bay April 2018
14 Apr 2018 Walyunga National Park 2018
30 Mar 2018 2018 Camp at Barrabup Sanctuary (Nannup) Easter (Member only event)
25 Jan 2018 Torbay Beach Holiday 2018 (Member only event)
03 Dec 2017 Xmas Party 2017
26 Nov 2017 Picnic for the Park
23 Sep 2017 Piesse Brook
17 Sep 2017 Whiteman Park- Werillyup Trail
10 Sep 2017 2017 AGM
15 Aug 2017 Ellis Brook Valley, Martin
06 Aug 2017 Eagle View Walk - John Forrest National Park
05 Aug 2017 Star Swamp Fungi Walk
14 Jun 2017 Whiteman Park- Werillyup Trail 2017
02 Jun 2017 Camping weekend - Logue Brooke/Lake Brockman - Dwellingup
25 May 2017 Camping weekend - Dwellingup
14 May 2017 Glen Brook Trail Mother's Day walk &
22 Apr 2017 Helena & Aurora Trip - ANZAC "long weekend" (Members Only Event)
14 Apr 2017 Camp at Barrabup Sanctuary (Nannup) Easter (Member only event)
19 Mar 2017 Yancep National Park -Wetlands walk
22 Jan 2017 Torbay Beach Holiday (Member only event)
04 Dec 2016 Xmas Party
25 Nov 2016 Committee meeting (Nov)
20 Nov 2016 Moore River (Member only event)
07 Oct 2016 Blackwood River Canoe weekend - camping (Member only event)
01 Oct 2016 Overnight Hike on Bibbulmun Track (Members only event)
25 Sep 2016 Stirling Ridge Walk - Part of Stirling Ranges Camp (Members only event)
23 Sep 2016 Stirling Ranges Camp (Members only event)
04 Sep 2016 Araluen Fathers Day Walk (Members only event)
21 Aug 2016 AGM
14 Aug 2016 Eagle View Track Walk
07 Aug 2016 Noble Falls walk and ‘found treasure art competition’
10 Jul 2016 Kalbarri camping (members only event)
19 Jun 2016 The Portagabra Track
04 Jun 2016 Possum Lane (members only event)
29 May 2016 Kitty’s Gorge Trail (Cancelled)
20 May 2016 Committee meeting (May)
15 May 2016 Bike Ride
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