Australia is home to a plethora of walking and hiking trails that showcase the best of the diverse landscapes and iconic landmarks this country has to offer. From South Australia’s Flinders Ranges walk among the Red Centre, Tasmania’s Tarkine wilderness hike and Cradle Mountain, New South Wales Sydney coastal walk to Victoria’s Great Ocean Road Walk and Twelve Apostles, and Queensland's Scenic Rim Trail, discover everything from rainforest, beaches, mountains and desert on these amazing walking and hiking trails. Our range is inclusive of easy walks and strolls through to challenging hikes and treks and can be tailored to your abilities and walking appetite when you choose to walk with Onlyluxe Travel.
Best Walking and Hiking Trails in Australia
-Tasmania's Three Capes is a new benchmark for Australian bushwalks. This is Tasmania's natural pathway combining the raw beauty of the southern hemisphere's highest sea cliffs with an array of native wildlife, dense rainforests and coastal heathland and the incredible colours of coastal Tasmania.
- An ancient landscape moulded by millions of years of geological activity, the Flinders Ranges offers some of Australia's most spectacular outback scenery. Arkaba's 60,000 acre private conservancy is home to a wonderous variety of bird and wildlife and a remarkable conservation story to enjoy on foot.
- The iconic Larapinta Trail follows the spine of the West MacDonnell Ranges, passing red desert, plummeting gorges and starry skies. The walk provides a rare perspective of vast flood plains, razorback rocky outcrops and the awe-inspiring scale of this ancient land. It also harbours many Aboriginal sacred sites of the Arrernte people.
- Bay of Fires spectacular and pristine coastline, stretching over 50 kilometres from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north. Walk for miles along sugar-white sandy beaches, swim in the impossibly clear ocean, and feel like you're the only person to have ever set foot here.
- Cape to Cape track is one of Australia's Top 10 tracks as voted by National Geographic. The Cape to Cape track is located in the Margaret River wine region in Western Australia. The track winds through the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park covering 135km of Australia’s south west coastline from Cape Naturaliste (near Yallingup) in the North, to Cape Leeuwin (near Augusta) in the South.
- Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park, is home to the world-famous Overland Track and iconic Cradle Mountain. Part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, the park is one of the state's most special places, where ancient pines, fringe glacial lakes and icy streams cascade down rugged mountains.
- The Grampians Peaks Trail is a world-class, long distance walking experience, showcasing the beauty and majesty of the Grampians natural and cultural landscapes. It provides an intimate and unforgettable experience of dramatic peaks, panoramic views and ancient rugged landscape through the majestic Grampians National Park.
- The Great Ocean Walk is a world-class coastal trail and 'must do' when holidaying in Victoria. The stunning 105km walk winds its way from Apollo Bay to the Twelve Apostles, traversing the rugged coastline taking walkers on an unforgettable journey along breath-taking coastline, atop some of Australia's tallest sea cliffs, splashing through pristine streams, along untouched beaches and into secluded campsites.
- The Tarkine is an area containing the Savage River National Park in the north west Tasmania, Australia. The Tarkine is noted for its beauty and natural values, containing the largest area of Gondwanan cool-temperate rainforest in Australia, sand dunes, coastal heathland as well as for its prominence in Tasmania's early mining history and strong links to the Tasmanian Aboriginal people.
- Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail is one of Australia's great walks. With it's towering cliffs of limestone, storm-blasted native coastal scrub and massive arcs of bone white beach and of course the most incredible native wildlife - the Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail is one of the must-do walks in Australia.
-The Murray River Walk is a 40km walk alongside the mighty Murray River. It is a food bowl, a playground, a wildlife sanctuary and Australia's most studied river. The walk offers a unique opportunity for a mix of walking and river cruising, making it an unforgettable unique experience immersed in the nature of the Murray.
- Wilsons Promontory National Park is a natural wonderland embracing 50,000 hectares of coastal wilderness on mainland Australia's southernmost tip. The many well-marked trails traverse empty beaches and eucalypt forest, heath and swamp, cool rainforest gullies and rocky mountain tops.
- Hiking the Heysen Trail through South Australia is an amazing adventure. The Heysen Trail is a long distance walking trail in South Australia. It runs from Parachilna Gorge, in the Flinders Ranges via the Adelaide Hills to Cape Jervis on the Fleurieu Peninsula and is approximately 1,200 kilometres in length. You will walk through part of the famous trail.
- The Scenic Rim Trail is truly a unique beginning at the foothills of South East Queensland's Main Range National Park, an area famous for its stunning collection of mountains, ridges, escarpments, forests and ancient volcanic plateaus. Walk through a region that contains more than 30,000 hectares of parkland, numerous state forests and national parks.
We offer guided and self-guided walking tours in Australia, so whether you want some insightfulness from a handpicked local guide, or to take things at your own pace, Onlyluxe Travel will ensure your travel needs are truly satisfied. We also offer private or small group journeys for individuals, groups or family travel, whatever your travel style may be.
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