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Bushwalking WAbushwalkingwa.org.au – is the peak body and voice for bushwalking / hiking in Western Australia. This is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit association committed to promoting bushwalking and the interests of bushwalkers in the state, in keeping with the vision of Better Bushwalking for Western Australia. “There’s no better way than bushwalking to discover and value the natural beauty of our parks and forests.”

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Rather than appointing formal committees to projects and issues, BWA maintains a flexible approach by harnessing the skills, experience and energy of members, associates and other volunteers through more informal working groups led by the Executive Officer.

Adventure Walks of the Southwest
BWA plans to publish a handy guide book and/or online resource for walks of the Southwest Region; mainly circuit day walks and multi-day bushwalks, and mostly of minimum 15km length. These will mostly not duplicate bushwalks that are already online elsewhere, but will include some loops off the Bibbulmun Track and Cape to Cape Track. They will give experienced walkers opportunities and motivation to reach many excellent locations in the southwest that are bypassed by the Bibbulmun Track.

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