Discover Tasmania’s wilderness as you hike the South Coast Track. See the untouched rainforests, pristine beaches and remote mountain ranges along the 80km track. Enjoy a scenic flight over the track to Melaleuca where your trek begins.
Australia’s vast wide open spaces are blessed with many national parks and excellent walking trails, with such diverse options available as hiking through towering treetops, along deep rust-red gorges and overlooking spectacular coastlines.
Below is just a small selection of multi-day treks available in Australia
Traverse Tasmania’s World Heritage-listed wilderness between Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair on the famous Overland Track. Step by step you will be transformed by images of serene mountains, calm lakes and dark forests.
The Blue Tier and Bay of Fires area is one of Tasmania’s most well known natural attractions. Discover the unbelievable beauty of the waterfalls, rainforest, wildlife and history on Australia’s only island state.
Experience the magic of a 4 Day walk on Tasmania’s Maria Island. View the World Heritage listed ruins, rugged cliffs and the wildlife. Escape to paradise and explore the island's unspoiled wilderness.
Breathe in the pure air of the Snowy Mountains, also known as the Roof of Australia. Home to Australia’s highest mountain, Mt Kosciuszko, the area is a wonderland waiting to be explored. Discover the amazing views, lakes, and towering mountains between Sydney and Melbourne.
Head out on the World Famous Jatbula Trail from Nitmiluk Gorge to Leliyn (Edith Falls) and discover this amazingly diverse environment. Explore the Nitmiluk National Park on this guided hiking tour from rugged sandstone outcrops to fresh water streams, waterfalls and gorges.
The Bibbulmun Track is Western Australia’s longest walking track that makes its way from Perth down to Albany. Soak up the beauty of the south west as you trek the coastal and karri forest between Walpole and Albany.
Trek along one of Australia’s newest long distance walking tracks across the magnificent rainforest of the Lamington and Springbrook Plateaus. Explore this World Heritage area and discover the wildlife, rivers and waterfalls along the way.
Explore the prestigious World Heritage Area of the Blue Mountains. Descend the Giant Stairway and get close enough to touch the famous 3 Sisters. Hike through the National Park and retrace the route of early mountain explorers!