The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world’s great long distance walk trails It stretches almost 1000km from Kalamunda in the Perth Hills, to the Albany Region, winding through the heart of the scenic South West of Western Australia. This long distance walking path running from Kalamunda, east of Perth, to Albany, is a distance of 963 km. (The name comes from the Bibbulmun, or Noongar people.) There is also a parallel bicycle trail, called the Munda Biddi Trail, for part of the distance
The Denmark to Albany section is approx 85 kms long, but there are many access points where you can pick up the track and take a walk/hike.
- Eden Rd (Nullaki wilderness gate) to Lowlands Beach via Nullaki campsite one-way (17.6km). From Denmark drive east along South Coast Highway for 17km to the Lower Denmark Rd and turn right. Then turn right again into Eden Rd. Drive for approx. 11km along Eden Rd to the wilderness gate. Lowlands Beach can be reached by taking South Coast Highway from Denmark for 17km. Turn right into the Lower Denmark Rd and travel for 6km. Turn right into Tennessee Rd South and drive a further 6km to the beach. Watch for the Track crossing 250m before the beach.
- Lowlands Beach to Shelley Beach Rd via West Cape Howe campsite one-way (17.1km). To reach Shelley Beach Rd take the Lower Denmark Rd from Denmark or Albany and turn into Cosy Corner Rd. Drive for 3km then turn right into Coombes Rd and travel a further 3km. turn left onto Shelley Beach Rd and drive for approx. 4.5km to the Track crossing. Watch for Bibbulmun Track signs.
- Cosy Corner to Shelley Beach lookout via Torbay campsite and back (17km).
- Mutton Bird Island to Sandpatch one-way (14.7km). From either Denmark or Albany, take the Lower Denmark Rd and turn into Mutton Bird Rd. Drive for approx. 8km to the carpark near the beach. To access Sand Patch, drive along Frenchman Bay Rd from Albany to Princess Avenue and turn right. Follow this road for 6km to the windfarm (Princess Avenue becomes Sand Patch Rd after veering to the left near the prison)
Taken from the Bibbulum Track Website