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

  • Fraser Island

     (Great Sandy National Park - 76.6km one-way)

    Kingfisher - Lake McKenzie - Central Station - Lake Boomanjin - Dili Villiage - Jabiru Swamp - Hook Point

    Walking on Fraser is a must-do! It's beautiful and unique. The walking tracks are…

  • Mount Perry mountain


    Steep walk up Mount Perry on a well defined track. Some sections can be slippery due to grade, but it's pretty easy. Parking is at the gate at the bottom of the track off Scrub Rd. Takes about 40…

  • Mahogany Trail

     (Mt. Cootha - 2.6km one-way)

    An alternate track to the Summit Trail at Mt Cootha Brisbane that is shared with bikes and horse riders

  • Tinchi Tamba Wetlands

     (Queensland - 3.8km return)

    Tinchi Tamba Wetlands Reserve is over 380 hectares in size and is part of a network of coastal wetlands on the edge of Moreton Bay. The wetlands are located 19 kilometres north of the Brisbane CBD, between…

  • Border Loop Walk

     (New South Wales - 1.2km return)

    A short walk through wet eucalypt and rainforest close to the Queensland/New South Wales border in the Border Ranges National Park.

Recent Articles


Fraser Island
was ticked by Jen
13 hours ago
I did this 75km + hike by myself. I really enjoyed it.

Fraser Island
was added by Jen
13 hours ago

Mount Perry mountain
was ticked by Jen
15 hours ago
I walked up with my husband, who pushed his bike up to ride it back down. He got out of control and fell off, which I kind of knew he would because it's so steep. I had some photos (of the view and shed, not of his fall!), but I can't find them, sorry.

15 hours ago

Coomera Circuit
was ticked by Michael
4.5 hours, falls were flowing nicely after recent storms

Nice walk. Did it clockwise and some good undulation for first third. The cabin at 5km makes a great morning tea/lunch spot with lovely views of the lake and a nice bench. Views of the lake are limited past this point until you get near the end. Creeks were dry today so the water filter didn't get any use, but I was glad of the extra water I'd brought with me (3l total). Well signposted the whole way round and there's now a path that takes you all the way round, skipping out the 800m on the road at the end that it appears you used to have to do. Overall a great day out