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

  • Cooloolabin Dam

     (Sunshine Coast - 4.25km return)

    A short easy walk of 4.25km return around one side of Cooloolabin Dam, very peaceful. Parts of the walking track is suitable for bike riders as well.

  • Blue gum swamp

     (New South Wales - 10km return)

    A circuit which consists of Shaws Ridge to the east and Springwood Ridge on the west. The trail descends into the valley which separates the two ridges through an area known as Blue Gum Swamp.

  • Mount Ernest

     (Mt Barney National Park - 11km return)

    IMPORTANT: The route to Mount Ernest from Yellow Pinch via the northeast ridge involve traversing private property. You should contact NPRSR to obtain contact details for the landowner in order to obtain…

  • Wulkuraka Station to Diamantina Boulevard - Part of BVRT

     (Ipswich - 3.8km one-way)

    This first part of the BVRT (Brisbane Valley Rail Trail) is only 3.8kms of very easy walking along paved pathways between residential and bushland. As the name suggests this is along the old Brisbane Valley…

  • Amamoor State Forest Lookout

     (Queensland - 8km return)

    This is a shared trail for 4wd , Motorbikes , horse riders and hikers. This one starts opposite the 2nd car park entrance of Amama day-use area. You noticed a gate when looking up, just follow.
    Follow…

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Pardalote Walk
was ticked by SJC
34 minutes ago

Tabletop Circuit
was ticked by SJC
35 minutes ago

41 minutes ago
Great hike. Path hard to find at times, but you can work it out. Very quiet, hardly anyone on this trail when we did it - on a weekend! Definitely pop into Governors Chair..

6 hours ago
White Rock
White Rock is part of the Spring Mountain conservation estate ..
Its near Ipswich Brisbane Australia.
White Rock is just one of the many parks that surround Brisbane's suburbs.
If your heading out there don't use google maps as a reference like i did . the maps were old and outdated. Try to reference school road Redbank Plains. and head that way. school road is now split in two by a new subdivision. i just headed in the direction to the bridge underpass and found it ok.
White Rock is an excellent walk if you take the Ridge trail. from the paperbark flats car park walk along the shared trail until you reach a rather large bend in the road. instead of continuing the path that leads ahead take the left route about another 50 meters ( well signposted WRRT. )
PLEASE dont climb on the white face of White Rock.
the climb to the summit however is done by every man and his dog (and i do mean Dog!) one guy had his dog up there.
Well worth the trip out there . I had a fantastic day !
Watch towards the end of my you tube video ( Gizmo Bazz ) and you will see me Rappelling a small rocky outcrop at the start of the ridge trail.
Enjoy Gizmo..............

Sandstone Overhang
was ticked by SJC
19 hours ago