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Feed the Hike –  price $29.95 (plus Postage and handling) 

I would like to introduce to you all in this new book ‘Feed the Hike’, sustaining your hike with mind, body and diet.

This book is now available. To order click here.



Bibbulmun Journeys DVD  $20 plus postage and handling


This documentary showcases one of Australia’s premiere long-distance bush walking tracks situated in Western Australia’s south-west.
A wilderness track that is approximately 1000 km’s long and is so diverse in it’s 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.


The Capes Guidebook $14.95 plus postage and handling


The capes cover

Introducing ‘The Capes Guidebook’ covers the Cape to Cape Track in Western Australia and runs from the north to the south. This track is along the stunning coastline of south west, Western Australia between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin and just under 130 km.

The Capes Guidebook is a pocket-sized book that can be easily be brought along with you on your journey. It has been divided into 8 sections (days), each section providing a summary of the day ahead as well as the km followed by a brief description. The cumulative km is also provided, and it is easy for any hiker to adjust sections accordingly to their time and needs. There is also a terrain profile providing the hiker with what’s to be expected each day.

This is a hike that will have the walker experiencing some of the most spectacular breathtaking coastal terrain of rugged cliffs and sandy white beaches, coastal heath-lands as well as some beautiful karri forests. One can experience the hike in sections from day walks to even walking the full track over a period of a week.

Having walked this track many times and recently twice whilst filming, this has been such a fun project for me to do and I’m excited to share it with you all.

*New Trail Markers!

Over the hiking season of April to June of 2019 the Trail Markers of the Cape to Cape have been upgraded and given a whole new look! I have to say I think they are amazing and I am excited to share what they look like with you.

Friends of the Cape to Cape and Park and Wildlife have done a great job at getting them developed and out on the track and I feel the change over has been done very smoothly.

The logo of the new markers is so much more modern and up to date with the feel of the track and they are now a directional marker so that will eliminate any confusion of which way to go.

I will be updating my Guidebook on the next print with the image of the new markers however the original book is still current as the trail is exactly the same just different markers to follow.

Cape marker

Happy Trails

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