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Bibbulmun Track | Kalamunda To Mundaring Weir Guided Hike

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5 Hrs


19 km



Tour Type

Small Group

Tour Overview

The famous Bibbulmun Track is one of the world’s great long distance walk trails, stretching 1000km from Kalamunda in the Perth Hills, to Albany on the south coast, winding through the heart of the scenic South West of Western Australia.

On this tour, we begin at the Mundaring Weir Hotel, where we will be chauffeured by private charter to the very start of the Bibbulmun Track, in Kalamunda.  From there we will enjoy a one way adventure on the iconic track through to Mundaring Weir.

This is Part 1 of our Bibbulmun Track Series, and showcases the sweeping views of Beelu National Park, Kalamunda National Park, and Mundaring Weir. Enjoy lunch at the Mundaring Weir Pub if you wish to stick around post hike! This is a great introduction to long distances on the Bibbulmun Track, and shows you what a day hike on the trail feels like.

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Tour Inclusions

  • Transfer from Mundaring Weir Hotel to The Bibbulmun Track Northern Terminus, Kalamunda
  • A guided 19km hike along The Bibbulmun Track from Kalamunda to Mundaring
  • Amazing historical stories and secrets covering local heritage of our fascinating hiking trail
  • A great experience with Perth's award-winning hiking tour operator
  • Friendly and knowledgeable, first aid trained tour guide

Tour Itinerary

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We meet for our day of adventure at the Mundaring Weir Art Gallery. We then jump on a private bus, and travel for about 25 minutes to the start of the Bibbulmun Track at the Northern Terminus in Kalamunda.


We head off on our hiking journey through Kalamunda National Park, featuring many lovely granite rock formations, and depending on the time of year, we might be lucky enough to see Piesse Gully flowing. We continue on to the Camel farm, which is a popular coffee stop on the weekends, and you are bound to see the camels providing rides for visitors.
We stop at the Camel farm where you can rest your legs, and visit the local cafe to sip a cup of tea or coffee before continuing on.


A few km's on from the Camel Farm, we come to Hewett's hill. This is the first campsite on the trail, and we are now 12km into our hike. Now we continue on a very gradual decline towards Helena Valley, and enter the Beelu National Park. We come across our main climb of the day, and then get to enjoy the beautiful views across the dam from the Golden View Lookout.


The final 2km of the trail takes us from the glorious lookouts down to the Mundaring Weir. A beautiful section with marvellous views and a great downhill section to enjoy a little rest.

What To Bring

  • Hiking shoes or comfortable trainers
  • Water bottle (at least 3L)
  • Sun protection and hat
  • Hiking poles if required
  • Poncho if wet weather is forecast
  • Cash or credit card for lunch at the Mundaring Weir Hotel post-hike
  • No dogs allowed

Tour Location

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Comments From Our Guests

  • vickidR5247KG Avatar
    5 star rating
    19 Jul 2020 - TripAdvisor

    The walk was relaxing and the guides gave us plenty of interesting information without slowing things down with too much... read more

    Jan Kunnen Avatar
    Jan Kunnen
    positive review 
    14 Jun 2020 - Facebook

    First time hike with the group which was a thoroughly enjoyable experience. The leaders were very helpful and friendly and... read more

  • Jackie Trimby Avatar
    Jackie Trimby
    positive review 
    14 Sep 2020 - Facebook

    Always well organized with friendly, knowledgeable guides.

    Paul Barnes Avatar
    Paul Barnes
    positive review 
    29 Jul 2019 - Facebook

    Took my 8 year old daughter on the Mundaring Weir to Discovery centre trail last weekend. We had a great... read more

  • missiviallsmiles Avatar
    5 star rating
    04 Aug 2020 - TripAdvisor

    It was my first hike with The Hike Collective and what a welcome I received! A wonderful morning with wonderful... read more

    Susan Thomas Avatar
    Susan Thomas
    17 Dec 2019 - Google

    Highly recommend the Hike Collective as an inclusive, friendly, welcoming group.

Additional Information

Toilets available at your start point, and at a few points throughout the hike.
There are no National Park Entry fees payable for this tour.
Please park opposite the Mundaring Weir Hotel, at the Mundaring Weir Gallery, on Hall Road. We will depart on a bus from there to the start point of the hike in Kalamunda. Your car will then be available for you upon returning to Mundaring.
Based on the distance of this trail, it is recognised as a grade four. This is recommended for experiences hikers or those with good fitness levels. The trail is often steep and uneven, and is very long in distance and over sometimes rough terrain.
No-shows and cancellations received within 48 hours of hike departure will incur a 100% cancellation fee.

Cancellations within 2-7 days prior will incur a 50% cancellation fee. Cancellations received over 7 days in advance will receive a full refund or credit towards another hike experience. Please note that Rezdy fees are non refundable. Guests can transfer their booking to a friend with no penalty but must advise The Hike Collective so we can forward all booking information to the new attendee.

If The Hike Collective cancels an event due to weather or danger in any way, your ticket will automatically be moved to the new date, or you will be eligible to transfer amounts paid to another tour or receive a full refund.
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