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 remember their Australian bushwalking/hiking activities.

New Walks

  • Honeyeater Lookout

     (Queensland - 8.2km return)

    A walk to a lookout overlooking the Whitsundays and Airlie Beach

  • Caloundra Foreshore (Bulcock Beach to Moffat Beach)

     (Sunshine Coast - 8km return)

    A walk along the foreshore of Caloundra from Bulcock Beach to Moffat Beach taking in the seaside views of Caloundra along the way

  • Eclipse Gap and Skyline Lookouts

     (Queensland - 5km return)

    From the FReds Gorge day use area , these two lookouts can be combined quite easy. Yet do provide very similar views other than you can't see Virgin Rock from Eclipse Gap

  • Springsure Lookout

     (Queensland - 2km return)

    Fairly easy hike to the lookout when leaving the car at the scenic drive and walk further up. Has some nice views of the town of Springsure

  • The Gully Walk

     (Queensland - 2km return)

    This is a stroll along the Moonie River right opposite the Nindigully Pub. It features a nice path with plenty signs in relation to local history and wildlife.

Recent Articles


2 hours ago
Great views of the falls from the top

2 hours ago
Awesome walk to the waterfall.

3 hours ago
We decided to do this as a two day walk. We got to car park later than expected and decided to overnight at Rum Jungle which is the in the saddle between the peaks. We left early the next day and went up the East Peak. Awesome 360 views. There were three pairs of Wedge tail Eagles soaring above the peaks and we spent a few hours watching them and taking in the views. We then descended and packed up our gear and walked out. We both picked up a few paralysis ticks on the way that needed removing by a Doctor followed by antibiotics for a week. Despite this we will do the walk again. The walk up took us 6 hours with very heavy packs. We had 6 liters of water each, but still ran out. Luckily we found a clear stream flowing just before the climb up the East peak so after returning to camp to pack up we refilled three bottles each, treated the water and had enough to get us back to the car park.

Mt Maroon
was ticked by Brian
3 hours ago
Very steep climb all of the way up. The track is easy to lose when you are looking for the gully and was not marked on the day we went up. We spent about an hour following false trails before we found it. Absolutely awesome 360 views from the top and made the climb well worth doing. We had lunch and sat for an hour taking in the views from the top. Take more care coming down as there are loose rocks and gravel. We did a few whoopsies on our rear ends. Took us just over 6 hours in total.

Mt Greville
was ticked by Brian
3 hours ago
This was my second time on this walk. I decided to go up Palm Gorge, have a rest on the exposed rock plateau then on to the top. I then returned via Waterfall Gorge. A few steep sections but relatively easy walk. The gorges are beautiful and cool. I will do this walk again.