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

  • Kambah Pool to Pine Island

     (Australian Capital Territory - 7km one-way)

    A scenic and rewarding trail which includes views over Red Rock Gorge on the Murrumbidgee River. This walk is one part of the longer Murrumbidgee Discovery Track from Casuarina Sands to Point Hut Crossing.…

  • Ruined Castle Walking Track

     (Blue Mountains National Park - 8km return)

    The Ruined Castle Walking Track takes you to the iconic Ruined Castle located on the middle of the ridge between Mt Solitary and Castle Head. You will travel down the Golden Stairs and encounter beautiful…

  • Fitzroy Island Summit Track

     (Queensland - 3.6km return)

    Track to the summit of Fitzroy Island with fantastic 360 degree views at the top. It’s a 3.6km return track (269m) and requires moderate level of fitness due to steepness. Track is located within…

  • Belougery Split Rock

     (Warrumbungle National Park - 4.6km return)

    A medium length tracks with some fun scrambling and fantastic views across to the Warrumbungles major features including the Breadknife, Grand High Tops, Belougery Spire and Siding Spring Observatory.…

  • Brummies Lookout

     (New South Wales - 8.5km return)

    A nice return walk along a rising forestry trail through tall forest and rainforest, then on to a foot trail ending at a small peak with great views towards nearby Mt Warning and the Border Ranges.

Recent Articles


Mt Tibberoowuccum
was ticked by drewmac
Nice in the cloud and rain for a change

For the first time ever we had the summit to ourselves. Lovely place with excellent views which explains why it’s usually so popular.

Took my nine year old son up this afternoon - he loved it!
The summit became covered in cloud just as we arrived which was sublime.
Luckily no accompanying rain so the descent was fine.
It would be hard in the wet.

2 days ago
We were very disappointed with this walk and couldn’t recommend it. The Aunshine Coast has signs along the coast for a great walk which goes from South of Caloundra to Noosa. Its over 90km. We’ve been dong this walk in stages since we first saw the signs. However we don’t believe that all sections of the path are completed and there doesn’t appear to be signage in parts. We couldn’t figure out where to start this walk from the instructions but we have already walked as far as Point Arkwright so we started there. The first 900m was nice along a sandy track. After that though most of the way was along the main road. In some places there wasn’t even a path. There is a nice section beyond Marcus Beach. We ended our walk at Noosa Jumction which is a bus terminal and caught the 620 bus back the the Point Arkwright bus stop. We then walked back along the first part of the track to where our car was parked at the beginning. It would be good if some locals could enter some clearer directions. We did our best to follow the instructions given but found it quite difficult in places. Having said that we had a fun adventure and walked 20.4km in total.

3 days ago
We walked this path all the way from Boondall wetlands to Stafford. Lovely walk for cooler weather.

3 days ago
Fairly easy walk. It had been raining a little bit we had no problem with the wet.