From a short hour-long stroll to more challenging walks lasting several days, Australia offers many extraordinary trails…

Great Walks of Queensland
A program of six walking tracks completed over the past couple of years, including the Gold Coast Hinterland, Fraser Island (90km of continuous track), the Wet tropics and the Whitsunday Great Walk.more info…
Great Ocean Walks
Launched in early 2006, this 91km track starts in Apollo Bay and winds around the coast of West Victoria. Seven hike-in and four drive-in campsites are along the way, as well as off-walk luxury properties.more info…
The Bibbulmun Track
Opened in 1998, the Bibbulmun Track is one of the world’s most extraordinary long-distance walking tracks and stretches nearly 1000km from the Perth Hills to Albany in the south of Western Australia. Take a guided walk, a day hike along part of the track, or camp in the timber shelters along the way. more info…
Tasmanian Tracks
Tasmania is renowned for bush walking, with many trails that run through the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The Overland Track, Bay of fires Walk and the Freycinet Peninsula Circuit are just a few. more info…
Larapinta Trail
A 220km walk through the heart of the Northern Territory. World Expeditions offers guided walks along sections of the trail between April and October as well as a 14-day end-to-end trail trek. more info…
Australian Alps Walking Track
A 655km track that follows the ridges and plains up to Mount Kosciuszko at 2228m. It intersects popular walking tracks in the Baw Baw, Alpine, Kosciuszko and Namadgi National Parks. The whole track takes 10 weeks and is widely regarded as the toughest long-distance track in Australia.
Heysen Trail
This 1144km trail runs from the southern coast of SA, north past Adelaide and into the Flinders Ranges. The entire track takes around 55-70 days to walk, but can accommodate much shorter treks.

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