Nyingarn Bidi Easter Adventure on the Bibbulmun Track

Nyingarn Bidi Easter Adventure on the Bibbulmun Track

29 - 31 March 2024

This Easter the latest addition to the Bibbulmun Track will be unveiled– the Nyingarn Bidi circuit trail.

Embark on a remarkable journey where the Murray River rhythmic rapids echo the force of nature and serene pools beckon you for a refreshing dip at the end of a day's walk. As you traverse the flat, abandoned railway tracks, envision the bygone era when bustling steam trains occupied the very ground beneath your every step. Conversely, the steeper hills that provide a challenge in the Murray River Valley will focus attention on the changing nature of the Australian bush and how well deserved a rest at the next campsite will be.

Our experienced Bibbulmun Track guides, seasoned in the nuances of this iconic trail, will accompany you throughout.

Our adventure unfolds over Easter with nights spent beneath the stars at Chadoora and Swamp Oak Campsites. Each day encompasses a 13km to 20km trek, totaling approximately 50km over the entire walk. We commence our journey with an early start on Good Friday, concluding our memorable hike shortly after lunchtime on Easter Sunday.

While prior overnight hiking experience isn't a prerequisite, a reasonable level of fitness is recommended to enhance your overall enjoyment of the trek.

Drawing from the Noongar language, "Nyingarn" translates to echidna, while "Bidi" signifies path or trail. The Nyingarn Bidi is a thoughtfully designed trail that connects with the Bibbulmun Track, creating a three-day, two-night loop walk. What makes this journey even more exciting is that it commences and concludes in the trails hub heaven of Dwellingup.

Get ready for an unforgettable exploration of nature and landscapes that make trekking with the Bibbumun Track Foundation truly special.


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