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

  • Banksia Track - Karawatha Forest

     (Queensland - 2km one-way)

    True to its name this track features a variety of banksia species. Visit in autumn when the banksias are in bloom. The track begins in Frog Hollow where wet heath provides rich habitat for 23 species…

  • Queanbeyan River Loop Walk

     (New South Wales - 20km return)

    A 20km walk at the southern end of Googong Dam, near Queanbeyan NSW. There are 2 options, one is to walk to Flynns Crossing and back or take the cycling route and turn the end of the walk into a slightly…

  • Summit Trail

     (Australian Capital Territory - 3.6km return)

    A steep walk to the top of Black Mountain

  • Castle Mountain Lookout (via fire trail) Cania

     (Queensland - 22km return)

    This walk start from the main car park. Head off toward the Gorge lookout then it continues on from there to a fire trail that runs up the eastern side of the range. Fairly easy going and slowly works…

  • Coongarra Rock

     (Queensland - 3.6km return)

    I have found this gem a challenging summit but only because the two times I have been up has been off-track. There is a track but I haven't been on it all the way. Awesome views of over Mt Walsh National…

Recent Articles


2 hours ago
Views are incredible.. lots of kids on the Mountain today being school holidays, will definitely be back (maybe when it's less busy) plenty of mosquitoes!

Grand Canyon Track
was ticked by Lyric
3 hours ago
Did this walk today and it's amazing. But for my unfit self I'd classify it as "hard" with the steps. I would recommend doing the loop in a clockwise direction - almost everyone I saw was going anti-clock wise but the descent/ascent at the Evans lookout end is steeper and would be more punishing on tired legs. Lots of photo opportunities and you'd definitely get wet feet in rainier times with all the creek crossings and ledges.

6 hours ago
We did this walk today with my 4yr old and 11yr old, they both loved the walk and the youngest walked the whole way up and down by himself, will do this again.

I did this with a mate who was wearing a weight vest. I absolutely love this track and is perfect for training purposes.

Seriously steep for my first hiking adventure.. (I was very unfit) great views and feeling of accomplishment waiting for me at the top!