Our Top Hiking Spots!

Our Top Hiking Spots!

Are you the adventurous type? Well we have a treat for you…

Here’s our list of some top hiking spots across Australia, so you can really go out there and embrace your wild side.

 Victoria.

The Pinnacle.[1]
This can be a bit strenuous, but well worth it for the views!

Grampians National Park.[1]
This beautiful park features lots of hikes of various difficulty going through stunning scenery, a perfect day out for the family.

Cape Schack Boardwalk.[2]
Cape Schanck is located in Mornington National Park, known for its iconic boardwalk and lighthouse, a fairly easy going walk with stunning scenery.

Cape Schancks Lighthouse

New South Wales.

The Sydney Opera house to the Botanic Gardens.[3]
Less of a hike, more a walk. Something a bit less intense and so much to see as you go!

Lighthouse Trail.[4]
A fun walking loop with lots to see along the way! Including the historic lighthouse. This is also the most eastern point of Australia!

The Grand Canyon track.[5]
A 3-4 hours circuit walk in the stunning Blue Mountains. Featuring beautiful waterfalls, canyons and overhanging rocks.

The Grand Canyon

Queensland.

Walsh’s Pyramid.[6]
A half hour drive south of Cairns to get to the world’s highest natural pyramid – we’d say it’s worth the trip!

Castle Hill.[7]
Castle Hill (just a few meters short of a mountain) stand tall in the middle of Townsville and features a number of different walking tracks

Thorsborne Trail.[8]
Ok. This one is epic. A 5-day hike covering rainforest, mountains and waterfalls. Maybe make sure to pack double amount of jerky, you’ll need it

The stunning Zoe Falls along the Thorsborne Trail
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