|Terminus in Albany|
Albany: Southern Terminus of the Bibb with 3 cheap and good backpacker hostels. My favourite one (because it is the quietest) is the YHA. There is a big IGA supermarket very close and it is open every day. Internet is available at all the hostels. There are two daily connections from Albany to Perth.
Walpole: Free showers in the toilet block next to the Visitor Centre. Two good backpacker hostels, my favourite is the Walpole Lodge. Decent IGA that is open every day. Very expensive internet in hostel and Visitor Centre.
|Buddhist pagoda at Origins|
Collie: My favourite trail town!!!! Two big supermarkets (Woolworth and Coles), but they are closed on Sundays. Laundromat and nice cheap public swimming pool in city centre. Go for a swim!!! Plenty of accommodation, but all rather expensive and no backpacker hostel. Easy to camp 4 km out of town though. Nice and big museum with lots of bric brac.
|Store in Dwellingup|
Kalamunda: Buses every half hour back to Perth, takes 30 minutes. Big supermarket right next to terminus, in case you can't wait till Perth.
Perth: You will probably start and end in Perth. Before starting a thruhike I recommend visiting the office of the Friends of the Bibbulmun Track. It is open on weekdays only and stuffed by volunteers. Here you can buy the guidebooks and get the latest info on trail conditions, especially the situation of the inlet crossings. The office is located directly above a big outdoor shop so in case the office is closed you could get the guidebooks there.
|Donnelly River Store|
All above mentioned towns have gas cannisters!!!!!! Enjoy your hike!!!!