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.




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3 hours ago
This one is long but definitely worth it. The views of Binna Burra and Numinbah Valley were truly spectacular. Some wildlife to see as well.

I went around anti-clockwise, based off the elevation profile this seems to be better. Roughly 50% long gradual descend, 30% flat and 20% moderate ascend. If you do this clockwise you're going to have 50% long gradual ascend at the end :-/

I did all the side tracks which makes the total distance 26km. Ballanjui Cascades is worth a look but if you are time restricted I would skip Booboora Falls and Guraigumai Rock. If you are feeling energetic check out Charraboomba Rock, don't feel guilty if you skip this one though, once you reach Ships Stern you'll get plenty of amazing views. I'd definitely recommend Lower Ballanjui Falls. Probably the largest waterfall I've seen, the sheer scale is remarkable.

Twin Falls Circuit
was ticked by Mel
4 hours ago

Blue Gum Flat bush camp
was ticked by somebody.
12 hours ago
Easy walk on forestry road as part of trail circuit. A pretty boring hike with only few glimpses of the lake. Further north from the campground a network of trails will lead eventually higher up through patches of rainforest towards Mt. Nebo and a more interesting scenarios.

yesterday
We walked this track as part of the Credition Creek Track. Starting at the other end we were hoping for at least a picnic table when we arrived at the access point but there wasn't anything. I think there are at Credition Hall but we didn't walk down there as we wanted to get back to Broken River Visitor's Area. The track itself was great. We saw a lot of fungi along the way probably because of the recent wet weather.

yesterday