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Whether you’re an ambler who loves to unwind in a National Park or a seasoned hiker who loves the challenge of biting your thighs crossing mountains, Australia has a rich bank of pristine natural landscapes begging to be explored.
Take our lead and follow this guide for an educational and stress-free experience of some of nature’s most captivating viewpoints on these hiking tours throughout Australia.
Sightseeing, hiking, birdwatching and Dreamtime stories all come into play in this active Blue Mountains tour.
Swim, hike, sightsee, sunbake and go wildlife spotting in the world’s second oldest national park AKA Royal National Park.
Double down and combine your hike from Waterfall Gully to Mount Lofty with a visit to Cleland National Park for an up-close and-personal experience with Australia’s native wildlife.
Bust your butt along Wilsons Prom for stellar views of beaches, native eucalypt forest and rocky peaks as you make your way up the summit of Mt Oberon for hiking glory. Oh, and views over Melbourne’s countryside, naturally.
Cascading waterfalls, ancient rainforest and its proximity to the Gold Coast make Springbrook a fave for vacationers searching for an active day out.
Seeking the ultimate challenge? Pack your bags, dust off those hiking shoes and take on one of Australia’s most famous multi-day hiking tracks.
This monster of a track is a once-in-a-lifetime experience through Tasmania’s wilderness. On it, you’ll travel through the heart of Tasmania climbing mountain peaks and dashing around lakes.
A hike through the Walls of Jerusalem National Park is almost a religious experience with pilgrimages to fantastic outposts such as King David’s Peak, Lake Salome and Mount Jerusalem.
Capture incredible views of razorbacks and chasms in the heart of Australia amidst informative commentary about the land in a hiking tour that loops from Alice Springs.
Tramp the coastal glories of Western Australia from Perth to Cape Leeuwin and back in this picturesque tour.
The forest meets the sea in this highly lauded trail. At over 900km, it’s the longest in Western Australia and begins in Kalamunda, traversing spectacularly lush forest and pristine coastline to Albany. This hike covers a good stretch of it.
Witness the majesty of the Australian outback, dipping into select walks on the Heysen Trail, and veering off to gaze on the rugged ridges and stunning peaks of the Flinders Rangers on this six-day highlights hike.
The time-poor may drive this historic road along the southern coast of Victoria but for the true blue Aussie experience, leg it from end to end and immerse yourself in its beauty firsthand.
Adventurous souls with a love for sunning themselves on the beach can comb through Fraser Island seeking that Instagrammable pic on its pristine sands.
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