The Bibbulmun Journeys Documentary is heading to Albany!
The City of Albany are hosting a special viewing of Walkingtwobytwo’s documentary Bibbulmun Journeys.
DATE AND TIME:
April 20th 2018, 6pm – 8pm
Albany Visitor Centre/Library
PLEASE BRING COPY OF TICKET (ON PHONE/PRINTOUT) ON NIGHT OF PREMIERE
DVD’s available for purchase on the night – $20
This documentary showcases one of Australia’s premiere long-distance bush walking track situated in Western Australia’s south-west.
A wilderness track that is approximately 1000km’s long and is so diverse in its landscape that it will have you winding your way through jarrah, marri and wando forests. You will pass through old historical timber towns and flowing rivers, pass farmlands climbing up over huge granite boulders with spectacular views, mist covered valleys as well as the incredible dramatic coastline of the south-west.
*No allocated seating and No Refunds
“WOW exceptional and excellent footage of the track we love. Stupendous viewing and we left with a warm glow” Deb
“Thank you to Michelle for sharing her amazing journey, it was funny, sad, informative and inspiring and I absolutely loved it” Helen Unstead.
“Thoroughly enjoyed your fantastic documentary yesterday afternoon – stunning views of the Track and interesting interviews with other hikers. Absolutely loved the segment you included about Dad, very emotional and bought our family to tears. Thank you, he would have loved it. ♥” Janet Buckle.
“I attended the Bibbulmun Journeys Documentary screening with 3 friends and we all absolutely loved it! We’re feeling very inspired to get out and enjoy more of this world class track that is right at our doorway.” Sarah Buck.