A Long Distance Bushwalking Adventure: The Bicentennial National Trail Part Two

This is part two of our blog series all about the Bicentennial National Trail. In part one, we covered the northern part of the trail, sections 1 through 6 that take you from the Far North of Queensland in Cooktown to the Queensland and New South Wales Border. If you are into long distance trekking, then you should consider The Bicentennial National Trail for your next holiday adventure. Originally known as the National Horse Trail, the Bicentennial National Trail is a challenging hike stretching over 5,330 km from Cooktown, Queensland through New South Wales, the ACT, and ending in Healesville, Victoria near Melbourne. The trail was originally intended for horses, and is now one of the longest non-motorised trails in the world. It is classified as multi-use, so horses are […]

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January 24th, 2017

Hiking Through Nature in Berowra Valley National Park

Berowra Valley National Park is located just an hour drive north west of Sydney. This vast protected nature wonderland is so close to Sydney, so you can easily make a day trip or spend a part of your holiday here. It is located between the suburbs of Hornsby heights, Thornleigh, Galston, Pennant Hills, and Cherrybrook. Things to do in the park include walking trails, boating, beautiful lookouts, picnics in the park, and just relaxing while exploring nature.

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November 12th, 2016

5 Must Do Walks in Sydney

Bushwalking in Australia is one of the top attractions for holiday goers. When locals and tourists alike plan a vacation in Australia, you can be sure that walking trails, hiking, or bush walking will likely be on the agenda. However, you don’t have to traverse deep into the outback or remote locations in order to […]

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August 6th, 2016

10 of the Best Walks of the Australian Outback (Part Two)

When it comes to adventurous holidays, Australia’s outback really delivers. This is part two of our two part list of the 10 best walks of the Australian Outback. In part one, we visited the first five of the walks on our list, and all were in the Northern Territory. The walks we covered included: the Larapinta Trail, Kings Canyon Rim Walk, Kata Tjuta Valley of the Wings Walk, Koolpin Gorge to Twin Falls Walk, and Mt Giles Explorer Trek. When it comes to bushwalking in Australia, it is so important to be well prepared and do your research about the requirements and details of the walk you choose. No matter the length of your walk, be sure to plan ahead, understand the fitness level requirements, have the right shoes and […]

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July 30th, 2016

The Great Walks of Tasmania: The Walls of Jerusalem Experience

We are continuing our blog series on the Great Walks of Australia and the Great Walks of Tasmania. Today’s featured walking track is part of the Great Walks of Tasmania: The Walls of Jerusalem Experience.  We just completed our series on the 9 Great Walks of Australia  which included a two part summary blog post […]

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June 2nd, 2016

The Great Walks of Tasmania: Tarkine Rainforest Track

We are continuing our blog series on the Great Walks of Australia and the Great Walks of Tasmania. Today’s featured walking track is part of the Great Walks of Tasmania: the Tarkine Rainforest Track.  We just completed our series on the 9 Great Walks of Australia  which included a two part summary blog post and a post for each of the nine Great Walks:

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May 28th, 2016

The Great Walks of Tasmania: South Coast Track

A few weeks ago, we began our feature on the Great Walks of Australia. We just completed our series on the 9 Great Walks of Australia  which included a two part summary blog post and a post for each of the nine Great Walks:

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May 27th, 2016

The Great Walks of Australia: Recap Part Two

We just finished up our series highlighting the 9 Great Walks of Australia. We showed you what it’s like to trek through each of these walks. In our last post, our part one recap, we highlighted and reviewed the Great Walks of Australia mainland. Now we are recapping the 4 Great Walks of Australia that […]

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May 21st, 2016

10 Must Do Walking Trails in Canberra (Part One)

Canberra has some very unique walking trails throughout the city and the remote surrounds that make for very unique and exciting adventures on foot or bicycle. Some of the walks are city walks and some are outside the city in the parks and reserves just outside of the city.

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April 2nd, 2016
Thrdbo Valley Track, Kosciuszko National Park

Best Nature Walks in New South Wales (Part Four)

Australia is known for its nature walks, bush hiking, and many places you might visit where the best views can only be reached on foot. Adventuring on foot for at least part of your Australian vacation also ensures that you can get up close and personal with the wildlife, trees, and flora. We are continuing our multi-part blog series on the nest nature walks in New South Wales. This state is unique in that you are just a few hours away from a completely different landscape, it could be cityscape, ocean and coastal views, rainforest, or the outback.

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June 18th, 2015