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

  • Tyagarah Fire Trail

     (New South Wales - 7km one-way)

    Long, flat walk parallel to beach. It starts at Brunswick Heads, and ends a short distance from Byron Bay.

  • Mpulungkinya Walk

     (Finke Gorge National Park - 5km return)

    In Palm Valley, the Arankaia Walk (2 km, 1 hour) and the longer Mpulungkinya Walk (5 km, 2 hrs return) meander alongside a lush oasis of slender palms and return to the carpark across the plateau.

  • Arankaia Walk

     (Finke Gorge National Park - 2km return)

    In Palm Valley, the Arankaia Walk (2 km, 1 hour) and the longer Mpulungkinya Walk (5 km, 2 hrs return) meander alongside a lush oasis of slender palms and return to the carpark across the plateau.

  • Kalarranga Lookout

     (Finke Gorge National Park - 1.5km return)

    Kalarranga Lookout (1.5 km, 45 minute return) is an easy 20 minute climb with spectacular views of a rock amphitheatre encircled by rugged cliffs.

  • Mpaara Walk

     (Finke Gorge National Park - 5km return)

    The Mpaara Walk (5 km, 2 hours return) begins at Kalarranga carpark and introduces some of the mythology of Western Aranda Aboriginal culture. Walkers will be rewarded with beautiful views of the ampitheatre.…

Recent Articles

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3 hours ago
Good flow of water!

9 hours ago
Nice easy walk

9 hours ago
One or family's favourite camping destinations. A gem of a place. Stunning at sunrise and sunset.

9 hours ago
Beautiful views.

9 hours ago

Gudda Gumoo Gorge
was ticked by Monstar
9 hours ago
Beautiful walk. A bit busier than the other walks in the Blackdown Tablelands.