Bibbulmun Track Northern Terminus Link officially opened


Andrew Waddell, Neville Collard, Ken Wyatt and Matthew Hughes at the opening.
Andrew Waddell, Neville Collard, Ken Wyatt and Matthew Hughes at the opening.

The City of Kalamunda officially opened the Bibbulmun Track Northern Terminus Link project last week.

Mayor Andrew Waddell said the track was one of the world’s great long-distance walk trails and attracted visitors and tourists from across the globe.

“The City of Kalamunda has always been very proud to have the iconic Bibbulmun Track start – or end depending on how you wish to walk – here in Kalamunda,” he said.

“The upgrade to the terminus and a designated walkway will increase its visual prominence, connecting the Bibbulmun Track Northern Terminus to the Perth Hills Visitor Centre.

“The interpretive trail leads visitors on a journey from Kalamunda’s Aboriginal heritage and European influences blending art, culture and the natural environment.”

Mr Waddell said artists, Aurora Abraham, Sharyn Egan and Gordon Mitchell worked to bring a strong indigenous influence to the interpretive walk.

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