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

  • Red Rock Gorge , Sundown National Park

     (Queensland - 16km return)

    This is the entrance to Sundown NP via Sundown Rd. This IS a 4WD track . Gravel road to access entrance of park would recommend SUV or 4WD only .
    If SUV leave you car at gate and follow the track.…

  • Cape Bruny Lighthouse

     (Tasmania - 2km return)

    Situated in the South Bruny National Park, take in the sweeping southern views to the wild Tasman Sea, South East Cape, Whale Head and the small islands dotting the coastline. Experience the vastness and…

  • Tahune Airwalk

     (Tasmania - 3km return)

    This is a part 'man made' structure that takes you to the tree tops and back, plus a walk among the river to see some of the most ancient trees on the planet; the Huon Pine.

  • Cedar Creek Falls


    Not to be confused with Cedar Creek at Mount Tambourine, this spot is located approximately 20 minutes from the village of Samford on Brisbane’s north side.
    To access Cedar Creek, begin at Samford…

  • Rawson Falls Walk

     (New South Wales - 5.4km return)

    A trip to the 40m high waterfall, with a relaxed lunch at the picnic area and a refreshing dip at the bottom of the falls makes for a perfect day trip. The track is even signposted along the way with interesting…

Recent Articles


10 hours ago
A must visit if you're in the area. Amazing views, easy trek, totally beautiful. One of a kind!!

10 hours ago
Lovely family friendly track. Beautiful rainforest with excellent visitor centre. An old favourite.
Outstanding views of the Glasshouse Mountains opposite the park too.

10 hours ago
Was looking for something different to my usual and came across the Rose Circuit. Took about 3 hours with some very steep hills just before the half way mark. Also some sections of trail with long grass (not a lot of track maintenance). Would agree with suggestions to take map as trail markers are few and far between (I did have wifi coverage the whole time but better safe than sorry). Historic rail tunnel is pretty cool and many beautiful butterflies, moths and birds, but not a track I would regularly walk as there isn't much besides bush viewing.

15 hours ago
Date:22/04/17 Time: 3.5 hrs Elevation:677m Mountain Rating: 7/10

G'day all, Brendo & Loz here for another Brendo & Loz mountain review. This time we're climbing Flinder's Peak, just outside the charming, yet uninspiring, town of Ipswich, Australia.

-Nice climb, with picturesque rocky saddles that have good views of Ippy and Bris up until the summit.
-Lots of pretty flowers and hairy grubs having groupsex on the way up- quite lovely.
-Scrambling was easy going, our underpants were shit-free post climb.
-Final summit has a great view, and there's a nice rocky outcrop past the solar panels to chill out.
-Descent was slow going. Gotta take your time to make sure you don't slide down the dirt trail (not fun).
-Brendo & I shared a Sapporo beer at the summit and took in the view.

Sapporo is a beer from the north island of Japan, that is brewed under licence in Australia by Coopers in North Adelaide. It has a nutty taste but goes down smoothly. Having had my fair share of Sapporo in Sapporo, I can tell you that Coopers do a good job recreating the beer here. Cases tend to retail at $48-52. We give the mountain a 7 and the beer an 8.

-Brendo and Loz

15 hours ago
Nice walk with great views. Started in the clockwise direction, however the second half of the circuit was closed off so we headed down to Warringa Pool and back up the way we came.