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Mt Warning Summit trail (87 people)
Mt Ngun Ngun (51 people)
Mt Mitchell (46 people)
Natural Bridge (45 people)
Mount Coolum (43 people)
Mt Maroon (41 people)
Lower Portals (36 people)
Mt Cooroora (35 people)
Mount Tibrogargan Summit (33 people)
Twin Falls Circuit (31 people)

Amama Walking Trail

 (Queensland - 2.2km return)  

Follow the pleasant Amama creek up to a set of cascades then up to Diamondfield Lookout.

Doggrell Forest

 (Queensland - 1.2km return)  

This is a short relaxing walk through the Dogrell Forrest.
Worth it if you are traveling along the Pomona Kin Kin road and need to stretch your legs.

Governors Chair Lookout

 (Queensland - 300m return)  

Magnificent views out over the Fassifern Valley.

Take a seat in the large rock at the edge which was popular resting spot for early governors on their journeys over the range at Spicers Gap.

Be careful as it is a sheer cliff edge.

Cahill Walk (Harbour Bridge Walk)

 (New South Wales - 2.5km one-way)  

This walk goes from Milsons Point Train Station across the Harbour Bridge and ends at the Royal Botanic Gardens. Going across the Harbour Bridge you of course get amazing views of the harbour, Opera House, Circular Quay and more. This walk can be done in either direction.

Harbour Circle Walk: Huntleys Point to Balmain

 (New South Wales - 14km one-way)  

This walk takes you from Huntlets Point Terminal to Balmain East Ferry Terminal passing through nice harbour views, parks, bushland and plenty of great views.

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.


Information about camping, particularly campsites near bushwalking tracks.

Bushwalking Clubs

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.