Denmark to Albany is an easier coastal section to walk than Peaceful Bay to Denmark. Walkers will need to plan ahead before crossing of the Wilson and Torbay Inlets.

This section gives walkers the best mix of forest and coast as well as, after Peaceful Bay, some of the most challenging days on the entire Track.

Between Northcliffe and Walpole, walkers heading south from Kalamunda will once again reach a few milestones; the diverse ecosystems of the Pingerup Plains, the last of the campsites with campfires allowed and most significantly the first encounter with the wild southern ocean.

The walk from Pemberton to Northcliffe is well known for pleasant walking through the karri forest.

The Donnelly River remains a companion for much of this walk.

Another short section between towns, this section of Track is known as a section of transition.

This section to Balingup is a shorter section allowing walkers to go from town-to-town over three nights.

Dwellingup is situated in a timber and fruit-growing district east of Pinjarra.

Located in the Perth Hills, 24km east of the centre of Perth, the Bibbulmun Track Northern Terminus in Kalamunda is the starting point for walkers heading south.

The spectacular turquoise waters of this park in Yawuru country on the doorstep of Broome are teeming with marine life and it is one of the shorebird wonders of the world.