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

  • Mt Gudgenby

     (Namadgi National Park - 16.3km return)

    A full day bush bash and scramble to the picturesque summit of Mt Gudgenby - the 9th highest mountain in the ACT.

  • Wetland Trail

     (Coombabah Lakelands Conservation Area - 3.6km return)

    Well signed trail through the wetland. Concrete surface/ gravel surface. Occasional seating areas. Partly wheel chair friendly.

  • Woolpack Rocks

     (Cathedral Rock National Park - 9.5km return)

    Barokee day use area to Woolpack Rocks and return. Trail leads along Cathedral Rock loop, than up the ridge through an impressive boulder field and towards the Woolpack Rocks with excellent views from…

  • Old Basing Circular

     (United Kingdom - 2.8km return)

    The Old Basing Circular (2.8kms) is a shorter section of The Basing Trail (11.3kms) which features the highlights of the lovely Old Basing section. This walk features the historic Barton's Mill which…

  • Winchester to Saint Catherine's Hill

     (United Kingdom - 7km return)

    Start in the heart of historic Winchester before following the first few hundred metres of the 160km Southern Downs Way along banks of the River Itchen before following the Itchen Navigation into the Southern…

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Mt Gudgenby
was ticked by Vonsnrub
2 days ago
Slept in my car at the Yankee Hat carpark - not sure if I'm really meant to do that, probably not. Got an early start because I knew what I was going to be up against. Definitely bring a GPS for this one, you can move fairly quick on the ascent up to the saddle following the reasonably well marked trails - but you do need to refer to the GPS quite a bit to ensure you don't follow the wrong ones. Took me 2hrs from the carpark to the saddle, then 1hr45 or so from the saddle to the summit. And given how much shorter the distance is from the saddle to the summit you can get an idea just how much bush bashing is required. The cave and the scrambling sections where probably the highlight for me - I would rate the scrambling as being somewhat similar in difficulty to what you would find climbing the Castle, although there is much less scrambling on Gudgenby. Was strapped for time so didn't get a chance to check out the cool rock formation not far from the summit but have heard that is well worth the detour.

Mt Gudgenby
was added by Vonsnrub
2 days ago

Yul-yan-man Track
was ticked by JB
3 days ago

Point Lookout
was ticked by Wanderlust
3 days ago
Was all covered in clouds/ fog. Still impressive feature, just without the view.

Wetland Trail
was ticked by Wanderlust
3 days ago
Well signed. Offering various bodies of water. Variety of bird watch opportunities.