Join the WA Bibbulum Track - 7 day Trek and raise vital funds for Hummingbird House, Queensland’s only children’s hospice.
Sweeping coastal views, serene forests and mist-filled valleys make ‘the Bibb’ a true nature-lovers’ hike.
Over 7 days, you’ll trek through towering karri and tingle forests, exploring ancient trees and admiring diverse native wildflowers. Beginning at Walpole, the trail takes us to the Giant Tingle Tree—one of the largest living eucalypts in the world, towards the coast with spectacular views of the rocky headlands and sparkling beaches. Crossing small creeks and sandy heath, you might be lucky enough to spot whales and dolphins swimming peacefully, from an ideal vantage point.
At the top of Conspicuous Cliff, we’ll be rewarded with stunning views to Point Irwin and Point Hillier. If the weather permits, you’ll get in a quick swim to cool off after a long day. This is an unforgettable adventure on one of Western Australia’s premier hiking trails and the perfect way to experience this breath-taking region.
The funds you raise on this adventure will help keep Hummingbird House services free and accessible for Queensland families.
- Explore the forests, coasts and rocky headlands of the Bibbulmun Track
- Discover the region’s diverse native flora and wildlife
- Witness the spectacular coastal views to Point Irwin and Point Hillier
- Help Hummingbird House give compassionate palliative care to children and their families.
16 - 22 May 2021
Physical challenge grade
Comfortable cabins based on twin-share
By joining this adventure you will also raise funds to support Hummingbird House, so that more families like Archie’s can receive vital care and create precious memories.
Mum Jenna recalls the day her beautiful boys Archie and Henry were born. “Like any other young family expecting their first child, or in our case twins, we were excited about what lay ahead for our instant family of four. The boys were born 10 weeks early at Mater Mothers’ Hospital on the 4th of August 2018. Henry was born healthy and just needed a little time to grow and learn how to suck feed before we were able to take him home 6 weeks later. Archie was born with Chronic Neonatal Lung Disease and Interstitial Lung Disease and later confirmed Alveolar Growth Simplification.”
Even with such a devastating diagnosis, Archie was determined to follow his own path. “Archie defied the odds at every turn. He survived the first weekend, first few weeks, and we made it to their due date and then our first Christmas together as a family of four. We were lucky enough to be able to spend 5.5 months getting to know our little superhero.”
Funds raised from adventure will help Hummingbird House continue to provide cost-free support and care for children and families throughout Queensland.