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


     (Northern Territory)

    Thoroughly enjoyed this walk. Lots of steps up to top to begin with, but an interesting and beautiful walk. Nearly 4 hours with a few breaks along the way.

  • Hooker Valley Track

     (New Zealand - 5km one-way)

    One of the most popular walks in the park, the track leads up the Hooker valley towards Aoraki/Mount Cook. It passes close to the Alpine Memorial (a great viewpoint) and Freda’s Rock before coming…

  • Mill Point

     (Queensland - 5.1km return)

    Walk through allocasuarina and paperbark forests. Take a 400m side track to Mill Point and follow the self-guided historical walk to the site of a timber mill township that flourished from 1862 to 1892.…

  • Elanda to Kinaba / Kinaba Track

     (Queensland - 12km return)

    Cabbage palm and paperbark wetlands feature along this popular walk to the Sir Thomas Hiley Information Centre (Kinaba) on the shotres of Lake Cootharaba.

  • Coast to Coast - United Kingdon

     (Overseas - 312km one-way)

    A 17 - 20 day walk, broken at with overnights at quaint English villages, and a couple of bigger towns. Average day is 20ks, and starts in St Bees on the West Coast and finishes in Robin Hoods Bay in the…

Recent Articles


Lower Portals
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King Island
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Mt Maroon
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Mt Mitchell
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Mount Coolum
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4 hours ago
A pleasant walk and an easy-to-follow route description. I've fixed 1 error and updated a couple of details.