Feel the spirit of Australia's south westAnother short section between towns, this section of Track is known as a section of transition. Essential information for all parks of Australia's South WestEssential information for all parks of South West Capes & Blackwood River ValleyHorizontal TabsWelcomeSites & Activities Previous Pause Next Universal Access Contact Information Kirup Work Centre Sites & ActivitiesPhone: +61 0(8) 9731 6232Address: South Western Highway, KIRUPSend Email Park Location230km S of Perth Park Activities Bushwalking Park InformationBalingup to Donnelly River Village | Distance: 60km Another short section between towns, this section of Track is known as a section of transition. For the first time, south-bound walkers will see trees that appear nowhere else in the world. The jarrah, marri and yarri forests soon give way to the majestic karri forest, the second tallest flowering gum in the world. This transition signifies the reaching of the halfway point along the Track - a fabulous milestone for the end-to-end walker. For more information including detailed online maps and track access points, visit the Bibbulmun Track Foundation Website - see link below. Bibbulmun Track Foundation Website Current Track Conditions Events Calender Events Blackwood Day Walk Saturday 19 May 2018 10:00am to 4:00pm $30.00 (or $20.00 for Bibbulmun Track Foundation members) Balingup Weekend Adventure Friday 18 May 2018 at 2:30pm to Sunday 20 May 2018 at 6:00pm $280.00 (or $260.00 for Bibbulmun Track Foundation members) Early Bird: $270.00 (or $250.00 for Bibbulmun Track Foundation members) Sites & Activities Activities Bushwalking Facilities Dogs Allowed? Campground Load all sites... ReviewsReviewsYou must be signed in to add a review, simply Click here to create an account or loginNo reviews posted, be the first to add a review. Flora & Fauna ALA Integration Page Content The Atlas of Living Australia (Atlas) contains information on all the known species in Australia aggregated from a wide range of data providers: museums, herbaria, community groups, government departments, individuals and universities. Sites & Activities Visit the Atlas of Living Australia page for this area.