Bibbulmun Hikes

Hiking the entire length of the picturesque Bibbulmun Track which runs for 963 kilometres from Kalamunda to Albany has been a proud Kingsway Christian College tradition since 1999. The first End to End was completed in 2005. The second End to End was completed in April 2010.
The 2017 Year 11 students did a hike on the Bibbulmun Track in November between Denmark and Albany.
There were two groups totalling twenty nine students and two teachers with each group and Mr Schoeman as our support person. The groups stayed in three different huts and had the last night in a Caravan Park in Denmark.
We had good weather overall and the students had a great time, for many it was quite an adventure and a lot of fun enjoying some of God’s handiwork along the Southern coastline.

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Over three hundred students, fourteen staff, nine parents and three volunteer leaders have participated in the hikes. Usually twice a year groups of between twelve and eighteen hike the next stage of the track on the journey to Albany. Each hike has its own logistical problems and challenges and yet each hike is entirely unique and an amazing experience for each person involved.

Everyone who has been involved in the hikes has had a unique, memorable and in some instances a life changing experience. People have learned something about themselves, how to overcome challenges, forged friendships, and learned something about what our state has to offer.

We would encourage every student to go on the hikes because the Bibbulmun experience is one that will remain long after you have forgotten what you did or learned at school.
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