Bibbulmun Track Foundation
The Bibbulmun Track is Western Australia’s world-class, long distance walking track, stretching 1000 kilometres from Kalamunda in the Perth Hills to Albany on the south coast.
From karri forest to coastal heathlands the Track traverses some of the most beautiful and wild areas of the South West, taking walkers through one of the world’s bio-diversity hot spots. It offers facilities unrivalled on any long trail in Australia including 49 campsites with sleeping shelters and water tanks.
Passing through nine rural towns and many popular scenic spots, walkers can enjoy day walks, short camping adventures or an eight-week end-to-end hike. If time is an issue, you can experience the highlights of the Track on one of the Foundation’s 9-day tours.
Leave No Trace
Leave No Trace is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to promote and inspire responsible travel and outdoor recreation through education, research and partnerships.
Dedicated to promoting attitudinal change and the empowerment of individuals, companies and communities to accept responsibility for the conservation of their natural environment, Leave No Trace is committed to form partnerships that foster the development of Leave No Trace minimal impact skills and ethics.
Explore our collection of products inspired by our love for untouched outdoor spaces and Leave No Trace principles.
Australian Wildlife Conservancy
Australian Wildlife Conservancy is the largest private owner and manager of land for conservation in Australia, protecting endangered wildlife across more than 6.5 million hectares in iconic regions such as the Kimberley, Cape York, Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre and the Top End.
Recognising that ‘business as usual’ for conservation in Australia will mean additional extinctions, AWC is developing and implementing a new model for conservation. Sea to Summit supports AWC through product contributions to help equip their team of scientists, who are working in the field to restore the ecological health of their sanctuaries in some of Australia’s most remote locations.
Munda Biddi Trail Foundation
Munda Biddi translates to 'path through the forest' in the indigenous Noongar language spoken in South West of Western Australia. The Trail is an 1060km off-road cycling trail like no other, traversing WA's Darling Range and southern forests through eucalyptus bushland, granite outcrops and unique wetlands.
Munda Biddi Trail Foundation maintains, promotes awareness, and encourages patronage of the Munda Biddi Trail that extends from Mundaring to Albany. Its purpose also extends to help further develop community involvement through managing their volunteer base thus contributing to the recognition of the Trail as Western Australia’s premier long distance off-road cycle trail.