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

  • Platypus Hole

     (Boonoo Boonoo National Park - 400m return)

    A short walk down and along Boonoo Boonoo River, where at dawn and dusk you might spy a platypus.

  • Minnippi Parkland Circuit

     (Queensland - 4km return)

    These beautiful lush hectares of meadowland in the centre of Brisbane’s east have at their heart one of the rare surviving lagoons from pre-settlement days when low lying areas around the city fringes…

  • Upland Bushwalk

     (Sunshine Coast - 3.5km return)

    A circular walk in the southern end of Maroochy Botanic Garden, on a natural rough track with creek crossings that passes through a range of ecosystems including eucalypt open forest and riparian rainforest.…

  • Kedron Brook Bikeway and Wetlands

     (Queensland - 7km one-way)

    A shared bike way along a river with plenty of bird life.

  • Booyong Walk (Treetop Walk)

     (Queensland - 800m return)

    An iconic part of O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat and located just out side the guest house. The Tree Top Walk consists of 9 suspension bridges up to 16 metres above ground. Enjoy a bird’s…

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Mount Edwards
was ticked by Cyn
1 hour ago
Good quick hike, the track gets steeper on the second half of the journey. About halfway has nice views from a rocky cliff section, but continue up for the great summit views over the valley :)
Remember to take enough water - I passed a guy on my way down who had run out of water just past the half way mark. I used my remaining water to fill up his 600ml bottle...
The sign says 3km to summit but it's the elevation that gets you sweating!

13 hours ago

15 hours ago
A nice walk - view points provided a good spot for lunch.

16 hours ago
Hiked this in an anti-clockwise direction and camped in the England Creek Bush Camp. Plenty of flowing water at the camp. A few large trees down on the Westside Track north of the carpark towards Lawton Road which were difficult to traverse. A nice hike but quite a rocky service road so hard on the feet.

Holmans break
was ticked by Leith
16 hours ago
Hiked this in the pouring rain - a few wet crossings. Fairly easy route finding. Agree with the difficulty rating, was quite steep in parts. A nice scenic hike.

17 hours ago
BRILLIANT: thoroughly enjoyed. Ive done a very detailed description of it on my you tube channel Gizmos' Adventures. worth watching if you plan to visit here.
Such a beautiful place. you will need plenty of water you will have to carry. don't rely on tank water.