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

  • Tallebudgera Creek Circuit

     (Queensland - 9km return)

    This is a pristine waterway, one of the ‘must do walking tracks’ on the Gold Coast

  • Bullocky Rest to Forgan Cove Loop

     (Queensland - 5.5km return)

    Bullocky Rest is a peninsular stretching out into lake Samsonvale. Being surrounded by water on three sides and with plenty of shade trees.

  • Riverwalk


    This is my taken pathway: Fortitude Valley, New Farm, Riverwalk, Kangaroo Point on a sunny hot day! It took me 1.5h equivalent to 10k & 11,000 steps

  • SamiraBrisbane


    My husband & self chose to take walking trails in Springbrook National Park. We pop in at a few places such as Wunburra lookout, Apple Tree Park, Purling Brook Falls, Canyon lookout, Best of All lookout…

  • Boat Harbour, Point Danger and North Tweed Circuit

     (New South Wales - 4.15km return)

    This return walk travels through the Rainbow Bay, Point Danger, the QLD/NSW border and Duranbah Beach (North Tweed). The entire circuit is paved.

Recent Articles


Mount Superbus
was ticked by Michael
1 hour ago
8 hour return trip: Teviot Gap, Mount Superbus, Mount Roberts, Lizard Point, back to Mount Roberts then a shortcut back down.

Mount Superbus
was added by Michael
1 hour ago

Kosciuszko Summit
was ticked by JoshF
1 hour ago

Mt Maroon
was ticked by Bernie
3 hours ago
I read it was easy to lose the trail on the way back down, people it is true & easier than you think bc it's been really dry lately. I tried several routes but had to keep coming back to the section where I could find a marker, the large boulders & overhanging rocks can hide tracks. I was persistent for two hours before having to call Rathdowney Police to ping my location & a very clever Constable led me back to the track. The cliffs are shear & dry leaves and scree makes it very slippery. I'm an experienced hiker but was more than a little scared after taking a few slides. Thankfully I did not need to sleep in the mountain, but was looking like a real possibility, with no one else on the trail that day. I will not go it alone again & dint mind admitting I underestimated the risks. I had 3 litres of water, a portable phone charger, blanket, food & torch & a compass, so was well equipped. Just beware the elusive track, maybe someone could place a few more markers along the way next time you're heading up? QPS did mention they've rescued a number of hikers recently. Oh, sorry: views were amazing!!