Hiking and Walking Tours In Australia
"A Walking or hiking holiday in Australia is one on the most rewarding exhilarating experiences!"
The wonders of Australia await you - so much to see, touch and places to visit
Australia can be wildly unfriendly or the most wondrous place you have ever visited"
Do not die wondering; pack your bags and get ready for the trip of a life-time.
We promise you will not regret it.
You will take Australia home in your heart and have wonderous stories to tell and dreams about your next visit downunder.
Where in the world can you walk and come face to face with marsupials like the Aussie kangaroo or find a koala sitting in a gum tree. Hear the cockatoo's screeching or our famous kingfisher, the kookaburra, laughing. Not to mention the fantastic untouched wilderness scenery, the long deserted beaches and the views from mountain tops where next to no one has been before.
Australia has six States and two Territories. Every state has much to offer. The most iconic attractions awaits the exploring traveller. Imagine feeling a part of the 40,000 year old culture of the Australian Aborigines.
How much diversity do you want? You will discover uncrowded national parks, beaches, extinct volcanoes, lakes, lava tubes, cascading hot springs, hidden gorges, sensational fishing spots, mining relics, waterfalls, charming country towns and open cut opal mines. You can pan for gold in the rivers and visit some of Australia's richest agricultural lands.
Unleash the adventurer within you by visiting our cities and the night life, like King Cross in Sydney and explore the Barrier Reef Islands or Mission Beach off the Queensland coast.
If you are really into hiking and trekking be sure to take a unique journey of discovery visit Australia's last frontier. Go north of the Daintree and Cape Tribulation and explore Cape York Peninsula or take the exciting Heysen Track all the way, 1200 kilometres, from the Flinders Ranges in South Australia's north through the Adelaide HIlls to the south coast at Cape Jervis.
Completed in 1992, it covers some of South Australia's most scenic and picturesque bushwalking country, and passes through national parks, state forests, farms, sheep and cattle stations, historic towns and two of the world's great wine regions, the Barossa and Clare valleys.
Or maybe the unique Bibbulmun Track, from the suburbs of Perth all the way to the south coast to Albany, a distance of 963 kilometres through some of the tallest timber in Australia is more to your liking.