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There's nothing quite like a long hike through our local Australian bush, it's good for the mind and good for the soul! Admire the raw beauty of the Australian landscape on some of the best long walks in Australia.
Offering everything from vast farmland to alpine meadows, striking glacial valleys, craggy mountains and pristine beech forests, the Overland Trek lies at the heart of the Tasmanian wilderness.
What do you need to know? Pack light, keep warm, and be ready for lots of mud. During the peak hiking season (from 1 October to 31 May), a booking system controls the number of hikers departing each day, and a fee is payable to secure public huts to stay during the night.
Length: 65 kilometres
Time: 5-6 days
If you’re looking for a long hike that's moderately challenging, the Wilderness Coast Walk is an excellent choice. Offering occasional glimpses of the ocean and charming, isolated beaches, this hike will reward you with a wide range of rare Australian wildlife. Remember to book your campsite well in advance, this is a mighty popular spot.
Length: 61 kilometres
Time: 4-5 days
Known for their jaw-dropping beauty, the Blue Mountains are famous for a reason. This World Heritage listed national park provides one of the most complex hiking trails out of any Australian park. The Blue Mountains hikes offer an incredibly wide spectrum of tracks, make sure you plan your route carefully before you set out.
Length: 10 kilometres
Time: 1 day
The mighty Australian Alps Walking Track crosses four national parks and some of Australia’s highest peaks, making it a very challenging long distance walk. It is therefore best left for the experienced hiker. Although difficult, a journey through the Australian Alps is definitely a once in a lifetime experience and not to be missed, as you explore incredible heights, stunted snow gum forests, and rugged alpine country.
Length: 655 kilometres
Time: 45-60 days