Last link in track

TER­MI­NUS LINK OPENED

Kalamunda Reporter - - News -

THE City of Kalamunda of­fi­cially opened the Bib­bul­mun Track North­ern Ter­mi­nus Link project last week.

Mayor An­drew Wad­dell said the track was one of the world’s great long-dis­tance walk trails and at­tracted vis­i­tors and tourists from across the globe.

“The City of Kalamunda has al­ways been very proud to have the iconic Bib­bul­mun Track start – or end de­pend­ing on how you wish to walk – here in Kalamunda,” he said.

“The up­grade to the ter­mi­nus and a des­ig­nated walk­way will in­crease its vis­ual promi­nence, con­nect­ing the Bib­bul­mun Track North­ern Ter­mi­nus to the Perth Hills Vis­i­tor Cen­tre.

“The in­ter­pre­tive trail leads vis­i­tors on a jour­ney from Kalamunda’s Abo­rig­i­nal her­itage and Euro­pean in­flu­ences blend­ing art, cul­ture and the nat­u­ral en­vi­ron­ment.”

Mr Wad­dell said artists, Aurora Abra­ham, Sharyn Egan and Gor­don Mitchell worked to bring a strong in­dige­nous in­flu­ence to the in­ter­pre­tive walk.

An­drew Wad­dell, Neville Col­lard, Ken Wy­att and Matthew Hughes at the open­ing.

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