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Mt Warning Summit trail (104 people)
Mt Ngun Ngun (56 people)
Mount Coolum (51 people)
Natural Bridge (50 people)
Mt Mitchell (50 people)
Mt Maroon (44 people)
Lower Portals (38 people)
Mt Cooroora (37 people)
Mount Tibrogargan Summit (36 people)
Twin Falls Circuit (35 people)

Waterfall to Heathcote

 (New South Wales - 11km one-way)  

This walk explores the heart of Heathcote National Park, and is easily accessed with a train station at either end. Although relatively close to the start of the walk, Kingfisher Pool, next to Heathcote Creek, is a great spot to break and enjoy the park. Mirang Pool, at the northern end, also offers…

Merewether to Queens Wharf (GNW)

 (New South Wales - 4.4km one-way)  

Starting from Merewether, you will mostly follow the coast line to Queens Wharf. After exploring some of Newcastle's (and arguably Australia's) best beaches, the grand views from Strzelecki Lookout, you then wander through King Edward Park where you can take the optional side trip to the intriguing Bogey…

Newcastle Foreshore to Nobbys Head

 (New South Wales - 8km return)  

This relaxing walk explores the Newcastle foreshore (a great place for lunch) and continues along beaches, past Nobby's Lighthouse and to Nobby's Head.

Komine Circuit , Parklands Regional Park

 (Queensland - 11km return)  

Parklands Regional Park is a valuable wildlife habitat with vegetation ranging from eucalypt forests of bloodwood and tallowwood trees (with banksia, wattle and grass tree understorey), to rainforest gullies with flooded gum, turpentine and, in protected wetter areas, groves of palms.

On dry…

Lemon Tree circuit, Parklands Regional Park

 (Queensland - 7.8km return)  

Parklands Regional Park is a valuable wildlife habitat with vegetation ranging from eucalypt forests of bloodwood and tallowwood trees (with banksia, wattle and grass tree understorey), to rainforest gullies with flooded gum, turpentine and, in protected wetter areas, groves of palms.

On dry…

Turtle Rock

 (Girraween National Park)
Find out what it takes to be a real Girraween photographer...

Racecourse Creek

 (Girraween National Park)
A lyrical reflection on a magical campsite in Girraween National Park.

Getting started with hiking

How do you start hiking, bushwalking or tramping? This page will give you some tips for somebody who wants to get out and enjoy the Aussie bush.

Camping

Information about camping, particularly campsites near bushwalking tracks.

Bushwalking Clubs

 (Queensland)
A list of bushwalking and hiking clubs in Queensland, including Brisbane and South-East Queensland.

What is Aussie Bushwalking?

It's like Wikipedia... but for Bushwalkers!

Aussie Bushwalking is a user-supplied list of bushwalking and hiking tracks in Australia - made by bushwalkers, for bushwalkers. It helps bushwalkers find new walks, share walks and track conditions and track their Australian bushwalking/hiking activities.


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