Traversing a vast tract of land from Kalamunda near Perth down to Albany on the Great Southern Ocean, the Bibbulmun Track is one of Australia's greatest long-distant walks.
While walking the entire thousand kilometre route requires a huge time commitment, many bushwalkers choose to walk smaller segments for a few days or weeks. Have you ever walked the Bibbulmun Track? If so, what parts have you walked? What time of the year did you walk and how was your experience? Would you recommend this to others?
I'd love to also, although haven't got around to it yet (apart from short sections, here and there, over the years). I love the idea of doing the whole thing, but more realistically will probably do shorter sections.