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Australia's Walking & Hiking Tracks

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  • Hobart, TAS

    Three Capes Track & Tasman Peninsula Walk & Cruise 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $2,150.00
    Experience iconic Tasmanian scenery from the magical and remote Three Capes Track over four incredible days of hiking. During this 4-day-3-night walk, you'll cover 33 kilometres of clifftop wilderness, witness an array of native wildlife at home among eucalypt forests, dense rainforests and coastal heathland and admire the incredible colours of coastal Tasmania from the decks of a private wilderness cruise.

    This moderately challenging walk leads through diverse natural landscapes with exhilarating clifftop outlooks on Cape Pillar, Cape Hauy and breathtaking views to Cape Raoul, Tasman Island and further south to Shipstern Bluff and Bruny Island. Your hike will take you past the enormous dunes and crystal clear waters of Crescent Bay, to the summit of Mount Brown, Arthurs Peak and Mount Fortescue. Throughout the trek, you will experience some challenging uphill and downhill sections and traverse some rocky terrain. You will also visit the World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site, Australia's most intact and evocative convict site, an essential heritage experience offering amazing insights into our nation’s past. The walk culminates in a 3-hour award winning Wilderness Cruise providing an alternative perspective on the striking coastal scenery and wildlife.

    Accommodation is included each night at Stewarts Bay Lodge, a 9 hectare (22 acres) property on the shores of Stewarts Bay. The Lodge is surrounded by white-sand beaches, crystal clear ocean waters and beautiful woodlands and takes advantage of spectacular views.

    All meals are included for the duration of the walk as well as transfers to and from Hobart. Small groups of ten walkers or less are hosted by two expert guides. All staff are highly experienced and knowledgeable. The Three Capes Track & Tasman Peninsula Walk & Cruise is the ultimate discovery of a remote and enigmatic part of Australia. You'll return invigorated and inspired with memories that will last a lifetime.
  • Hobart, TAS

    Three Capes Track & Tasman Peninsula Walk, Cruise & Heli 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $2,695.00
    Explore the Three Capes Track and Tasman Peninsula on foot, on the deck and from the sky. The walking tour offers you the rugged and dramatic Tasmania you have been looking for. You'll set on foot to explore a land rich in history and unique landscape. You'll walk the highlights of the stunning Three Capes Track including Cape Raoul, Cape Hauy, Shipstern Bluff, and Fortescue Bay. You'll cruise around Cape Pillar to enjoy exhilarating low level views of the Three Capes. Finally, breath-taking views from a heli flight await as you soar next to the towering sea cliffs and witness the exposed lighthouse on Tasman Island.
  • Launceston, TAS

    Bay of Fires Lodge Luxury Walk 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $2,350.00
    Explore remote landscapes admiring awe inspiring scenery along the east coast of Tasmania on the 4-day-3-night Bay of Fires luxury guided walk. You will discover one of the most pristine natural environments in the world, traversing soft sandy beaches and secluded coves, kayaking the famous Ansons River and ending each day in the comfort of luxury accommodation.

    The iconic Bay of Fires is famed for its spectacular and pristine coastline. Stretching over 50 kilometres from Binalong Bay in the south to Eddystone Point in the north, the region is renowned for it's jaw-dropping scenery from the turquoise-coloured ocean breaking onto a breathtakingly white beach to the rugged rock formations draped with orange lichen. This beautiful part of Tasmania's east coast has been named by Lonely Planet as the hottest travel destination in the world, and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful places in Australia.

    Twin share accommodation for the first two nights is at the comfortable Forester Beach Camp, nestled in a protected dune swale behind a glorious white sand beach within the National Park. The final night's accommodation is at the luxurious Bay of Fires Lodge. The Bay of Fires Lodge enjoys views up and down the pristine white sandy beaches in an area of great significance to the Aboriginal community.

    The experience includes three days of guided walking from Mt William National Park to Bay of Fires. Expert field guides will enhance your journey with their knowledge and understanding of the flora, fauna, geology and history of the local area. All meals and transfers to and from Launceston are included.

    This walk offers a true immersion in the natural surroundings. 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. 
  • Launceston, TAS

    Bay of Fires & Mt William Walk 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $1,850.00
    This 4-day Bay of Fires & Mt William walk incorporates some of Tasmania's most stunning scenery and is almost exclusively beach walking for the first three days. Traverse spectacular beaches, admire incredible natural rock formations and swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Tasmanian east coast. This beautiful part of Tasmania's east coast has been named by Lonely Planet as the hottest travel destination in the world, and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful places in Australia.

    Departing from Launceston, the easy to moderate grade walk begins at the Bay of Fires on the northernmost section of Mount William National Park. From its long beaches to teeming wildlife, unique history and abundant flora, Mt William National Park is a place of constant fascination. From here you'll explore iconic sights such as Boulder Point, Cobbler Rocks, Cod Bay, the pink granite lighthouse at Eddystone Point, and beautiful Anson's Bay across sand and headlands encountering some rocky trails. Throughout the tour you'll admire the rich variety of bird life, with nearly 100 species occurring in the area. This remarkable region is also famed for its spectacular native wildflowers.

    Accommodation each night is included in self-contained farm-house style accommodation at Icena Beach House, a short drive of Mt William National Park. Each of the two houses (Icena and Platypus) are air-conditioned, fully furnished 4 bedroom homes. All meals will be prepared for you by your expert guides.

    Your package includes 3 nights' accommodation on a twin share basis (single supplement available at additional expense), guided walks each day with experienced guides, all meals and snacks, transport each day and return transfers from Launceston in a comfortable 12 seater mini bus.

    Embark on a journey of discovery and emerge rejuvenated and inspired by the stunning natural environment.
  • Horbart, TAS

    Bruny Island Cruise & Walk 3D2N, Fully Guided

    $1,795.00
    Bruny Island Cruise & Walk is a luxury short break that captures and epitomizes the Tasmanian experience. Bruny Island has some of Tasmania's most beautifully preserved natural environments with abundant wildlife and stunning cliff top views. This 3-day walking experience takes you from Hobart, via private boat to Bruny Island. Bruny Island Cruise & Walk takes you through varied terrain including beaches, rocky headlands, bush trails and rainforest.

    Bruny Island, located just 40km from Hobart off the south-eastern coast of Tasmania, is the state's fourth largest island. The island is separated from the Tasmanian mainland by the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, and its east coast lies within the Tasman Sea. Known for the incredible quality of its produce and fresh seafood, Bruny Island is also renowned for some of Tasmania's most beautifully preserved natural environments with abundant wildlife and stunning cliff top views. The island is about 50 km long but appears to be two islands with North and South Bruny joined by a narrow strip of land called Bruny Island Neck. Bruny Island Neck is an isthmus of land connecting north and south Bruny Island in southern Tasmania and offers stunning 360 degree views and is an important habitat for native wildlife. 


    Accommodation each night is included at a secluded luxury camp, on a private 100 acres on the edge of the South Bruny National Park, this little haven represents the perfect place to retreat. Surrounded by towering Eucalypts and blackwood trees, the private reserve supports an abundance of endemic Tasmanian birdlife and marsupials. Here you will enjoy freshly prepared meals made from the exceptional local produce. You return to the same camp at night, so you only need to carry a daypack during your day walk.

    A small group of guests (maximum eight) are treated to coastal walks, produce direct from the source, luxury camping and exquisite meals.

    Your package includes 2 nights' accommodation in luxury tent with king-size bed, private transfers from Hobart, daily guided walks along Bruny's stunning coastline and all meals (2 breakfast, 3 lunches, 2 dinners).

    This relaxing itinerary of daily coastal hikes will introduce you to the very best of Bruny Island from its friendly seal colonies, to the striking cliff-top trails and delicious gourmet produce.
  • Margaret River, WA

    Cape to Cape Luxury Taster Walk 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $2,450.00
    Cape to Cape 4 day walk is a fully guided small group walk which combines the best sections of the Cape to Cape track with once in a lifetime food and wine experiences and ultra-luxe accommodation at exclusive beachfront property, Injidup Spa Retreat. Packed with highlights, this premier walk features lunch with matched wines at an award winning winery, private chef dinner showcasing local produce with a local wine-maker on hand to present their wines, sunset cliff-top drinks and a very special private didgeridoo performance with one of the region’s Traditional Owners. This truly is a new way to walk.

    The Cape to Cape track is located in Australia's South-West, in the Margaret River wine region of Western Australia. The track covers 135km of coast line from Cape Naturaliste (near Yallingup) in the North, to Cape Leeuwin (near Augusta) in the South. Located within the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, the track winds along pristine beaches and dramatic coastal cliffs, as well as through coastal bush that comes alive with wildflowers in the Spring. The magnificent karri trees of Boranup forest provide a great contrast, and Cape Leeuwin, which is also the meeting point of two oceans – the Indian and Southern – provides a unique terminus to the track.

    The terrain is a combination of white sand, limestone cliffs, granite rock, old 4WD tracks, sealed paths and bushy track. The sections of the Cape to Cape track used for the tour are rated as moderate, with a couple of easier sections around Sugarloaf Rock and Boranup forest providing a breather.

    For the nature lover, there is no shortage of wildlife and plant variety on the Cape to Cape track. The area is a world biodiversity hotspot, with approximately 80% of the plant life found nowhere else in the world. There are magnificent wildflowers along the track in Spring and an abundance of birdlife year round. Dolphins are regularly seen playing in the waves, and whales cruise the ocean alongside the track from June to December. Kangaroos and emus are not uncommon, and the impressive Southern Heath Monitor lizard is occasionally seen (or heard) rummaging in the bushes.

  • Margaret River, WA

    Cape to Cape Luxury Taster Walk 6D5N, Fully Guided

    $3,750.00
    The six day Cape to Cape Luxury Taster Walk offers you the opportunity to walk on the best sections of the Cape to Cape Track while staying at luxurious boutique accommodation and indulging in gourmet food and wine the Magaret River region has to offer. Some of trip highlights include an exclusive four course lunch with wine matches at Voyager Estate and a feature dinner at Lamonts. In-villa beverages are supplied so you can sample best wines from the Magaret River region. We also provide you with gourmet hampers filled with local produce to enjoy on the track. You can even splurge on a private in-villa chef experience with the luxury package upgrade. This really is the ultimate Cape to Cape and Margaret River experience.

    The Cape to Cape track is located in Australia's South-West, in the Margaret River wine region of Western Australia. The track covers 135km of coast line from Cape Naturaliste (near Yallingup) in the North, to Cape Leeuwin (near Augusta) in the South. Located within the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, the track winds along pristine beaches and dramatic coastal cliffs, as well as through coastal bush that comes alive with wildflowers in the Spring. The magnificent karri trees of Boranup forest provide a great contrast, and Cape Leeuwin, which is also the meeting point of two oceans – the Indian and Southern – provides a unique terminus to the track.

    The terrain is a combination of white sand, limestone cliffs, granite rock, old 4WD tracks, sealed paths and bushy track. The sections of the Cape to Cape track used for the tour are rated as moderate, with a couple of easier sections around Sugarloaf Rock and Boranup forest providing a breather.

    For the nature lover, there is no shortage of wildlife and plant variety on the Cape to Cape track. The area is a world biodiversity hotspot, with approximately 80% of the plant life found nowhere else in the world. There are magnificent wildflowers along the track in Spring and an abundance of birdlife year round. Dolphins are regularly seen playing in the waves, and whales cruise the ocean alongside the track from June to December. Kangaroos and emus are not uncommon, and the impressive Southern Heath Monitor lizard is occasionally seen (or heard) rummaging in the bushes.
  • Alice Springs, NT

    The Classic Larapinta Trail Walk 6D5N Women-Only, Fully Guided

    $2,395.00
    The desert ranges of the Red Centre deliver the quintessential Australian experience on the Larapinta Trail. The end-to-end 223km long Larapinta Trail is one of Australia's most spectacular trekking experiences. The trail 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. 

    This trekking tour is ideal for the more ambitious walker with some challenging stages passing over remote ridges and canyons, walking up to 16 kilometres per day over 6 days. Traversing the high ridgelines of Alice Springs, you'll experience this ancient land from a perspective only few have witnessed. You will be supported by expert local leaders with full knowledge of the area and environment, providing with the insight story of the Australia's most iconic desert trek.

    This Larapinta Trail walk is enhanced with stylish, award winning architect designed, semi-permanent wilderness campsites, which come complete with hot showers and a heated dining and lounge tent, exclusive to you the Larapinta Trail. At each camp you will be provided with high quality, interesting and nutritional meals to support your daily energy recovery.

    While you walk, your support vehicle transfers your luggage and camping gear to the next campsite leaving you only to carry a day pack while you hike.

    The Larapinta walk includes all nutritious meals, prepared by your guides, 5 nights' accommodation in exclusive semi-permanent campsites including safari tents, stretcher beds, swags and hot showers, all group camping equipment, National Park fees and fees to Traditional Owners as well as off-road transport from Alice Springs.

    Adventure into the harsh surrounds of the Australian outback. The Larapinta Trail will delight wilderness lovers and challenge the seasoned hiker. In the footsteps of traditional owners, early explorers, and modern adventurers, the stories of the Larapinta Trail will come to life with every passing desert step.
  • Launceston, TAS

    Cradle Mountain Huts Overland Track 6D5N, Fully Guided

    $3,300.00
    Discover the rare beauty and extraordinary diversity of Tasmania's World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park. Over 6 days, walk the iconic Overland Track following in your guides' highly experienced footsteps. 



    Walking the Overland Track is a challenging yet highly rewarding, life-changing experience across diverse landscapes from alpine plateaus to majestic forests. Almost half of the track is above 1000 metres in elevation on exposed plateaus in a remote area. You'll witness iconic sights such as the dramatic glacially-carved Crater Lake and Waterfall Valley, climb to Marion's look out offering spectacular views of Cradle Mountain with Dove Lake at its base. You will travel across plains where glaciers once sat and slowly moved, scouring out shallow tarns, visit Pellion Plains where you'll discover excellent swimming holes and abandoned copper mines.

    Your tour culminates with Lake St Clair, Australia's deepest natural lake. The walk around Lake St Clair is mainly through cool temperate eucalypt forest, surrounding by incredible bird life and finishes with a spectacular 17km cruise back to Cynthia Bay. 

    

 

In the evening, unwind and relax in the comfort of the only private accommodation along the trail. Enjoy a hot shower, sumptuous meals, freshly baked bread, a glass or two of Tasmanian wine and a comfortable bed.

    Included in your tour is 5-nights twin-share accommodation, return transfers between Launceston and the walk base, all meals and non-alcoholic beverages, plus a limited selection of Tasmanian wines, as well as all National park passes, boat transfers across Lake St Clair, use of a backpack and Gore-tex jacket for the duration of the walk.

    This challenging and incredibly rewarding experience will be an adventure you remember forever. At every stage your tour will be enhanced by the knowledge and passion of the field guides who work tirelessly to ensure each guest is safe, engaged and well fed. 
  • Launceston, TAS

    Cradle Mountain Huts Overland Track 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $2,450.00
    Discover the rare beauty and extraordinary diversity of Tasmania's World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park. Over 4 days, walk the iconic Overland Track following in your guides' highly experienced footsteps. 

    This moderately challenging four-day, fully guided walk starts at Waldheim in Cradle Valley, walking south along the Overland Track, then west along the Innes Track to Arm River, near Lake Rowallan - all located within Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park and Tasmania's World Heritage Area.

    Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park, with its ancient rainforests and alpine heaths, is one of the state's most special places, where ancient pines fringe glacial lakes and icy streams cascade down rugged mountains. Walking the Overland Track is a highly rewarding, life-changing experience. Almost half of the track is over 1000 metres in elevation on exposed plateaus in a remote area. 

In the evening, unwind and relax in the comfort of the only private accommodation along the trail. Enjoy a hot shower, sumptuous meals, freshly baked bread, a glass or two of Tasmanian wine and a comfortable bed.

    Your tour includes four days of walking with two passionate and educated guides, 3 nights twin share accommodation, return transfers between Launceston and the walk base, all meals and non-alcoholic beverages, plus a limited selection of Tasmanian wines, and all National Park and Overland Track passes and use of a backpack and Gore-tex jacket.

    Discover the incredible beauty of this iconic part of Tasmania. This rewarding experience will be an adventure you remember forever. At every stage your tour will be enhanced by the knowledge and passion of the field guides who work tirelessly to ensure each guest is safe, engaged and well fed. 
  • Launceston, TAS

    Tasmania Tarkine Wilderness Walk & Cruise 5D4N, Fully Guided

    $1,950.00
    Recognised as one of the world's largest cool temperate rainforests, Tasmania's Tarkine Wilderness is breathtaking. Pristine, enchanting, lush and untouched – Tasmania's Tarkine Wilderness is simply stunning.

    The Tarkine is one of Tasmania's hidden treasures with 477,000 hectares of untouched forest thick with tree ferns, giant man ferns, Huon Pine and spectacular rivers and streams. The region is home to unique habitats which support a myriad of wildlife. See signs of burrowing crayfish, platypus and stunning birds.

    This 5-day fully accommodated trip includes all transport, delicious meals and fantastic guides. Stay in beautiful Corinna and Tullah Lakeside Lodge and enjoy the tranquil rainforest surrounds. Cruise the Arcadia II down to the mouth of the Pieman River out onto the wild Tarkine Coast and embrace the stunning landscapes of Tasmania.
  • Melbourne, VIC

    Grampians Peaks Trail 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $1,450.00
    Rugged peaks, expansive views and a vibrant landscape await the intrepid walker along Victoria's Grampians Peaks Trail. Walk the highlights of The Grampians Peaks Trail, a world class walk that showcases the majesty of the Grampians National Park. Enjoy dramatic peaks, panoramic views and the majesty of this ancient and rugged landscape.

    Be challenged and rewarded over four days of walking while enjoying comfortable accommodation and delicious evening meals

    The second section of this challenging track has just been opened by Parks Victoria so be among the first to enjoy this newly launched section of the trail.

    Other than traveling to the Grampians from Melbourne (3.5 hours drive), there are no major distances to travel each day so the focus of this trip is very much based around walking and enjoying the spectacular surrounds.
  • Alice Springs, NT

    The Classic Larapinta Trail Walk 6D5N, Fully Guided

    $2,455.00
    The desert ranges of the Red Centre deliver the quintessential Australian experience on the Larapinta Trail. The end-to-end 223km long Larapinta Trail is one of Australia's most spectacular trekking experiences. The trail 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. 

    This trekking tour is ideal for the more ambitious walker with some challenging stages passing over remote ridges and canyons, walking up to 16 kilometres per day over 6 days. Traversing the high ridgelines of Alice Springs, you'll experience this ancient land from a perspective only few have witnessed. You will be supported by expert local leaders with full knowledge of the area and environment, providing with the insight story of the Australia's most iconic desert trek.

    This Larapinta Trail walk is enhanced with stylish, award winning architect designed, semi-permanent wilderness campsites, which come complete with hot showers and a heated dining and lounge tent, exclusive to you the Larapinta Trail. At each camp you will be provided with high quality, interesting and nutritional meals to support your daily energy recovery.

    While you walk, your support vehicle transfers your luggage and camping gear to the next campsite leaving you only to carry a day pack while you hike.

    The Larapinta walk includes all nutritious meals, prepared by your guides, 5 nights' accommodation in exclusive semi-permanent campsites including safari tents, stretcher beds, swags and hot showers, all group camping equipment, National Park fees and fees to Traditional Owners as well as off-road transport from Alice Springs.

    Adventure into the harsh surrounds of the Australian outback. The Larapinta Trail will delight wilderness lovers and challenge the seasoned hiker. In the footsteps of traditional owners, early explorers, and modern adventurers, the stories of the Larapinta Trail will come to life with every passing desert step.
  • Sydney, NSW

    Blue Mountains Luxury Walk in Comfort 3D2N, Private Guided

    $1,585.00
    Just two hours west of Sydney, the Blue Mountains region is arguably the most accessible World Heritage-listed wilderness area in Australia. The best way to discover the wonder of the Blue Mountains is on foot. Over three days you will enjoy the perfect introduction to walking the stunning World Heritage-listed wilderness area of the Blue Mountains by covering the spectacular trail between Katoomba and Leura. Marvel at the one million hectares of tall forests as you traverse sandstone cliffs, canyons, caves, walking tracks and waterfalls that make up the magnificent Blue Mountains.

    The walking incorporates the most impressive Blue Mountains bushwalks, which have been popular since their construction in the early 1900's. Hike down the Giant Stairway to the Three Sisters, follow Mid Cliff Walk to Wentworth Falls to admire views over Jamison Valley and journey into Waterfall Valley to marvel at magnificent waterfalls.

    You will be pampered in the best historic guest houses and B&Bs in the picturesque mountain villages (5 star Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa and 4.5 star Broomelea) and have opportunity to dine at one of Katoomba's world class restaurants.

    This is a privately guided walking tour. Your field guides are local and knowledgeable in the area's history and they are passionate to share the local stories with you along the track.

    Your main luggage will be transported by us each day to the next accommodation so you only need to carry a day pack to enjoy your walking. Your tour includes expert guides, 2 nights' accommodation on a twin share basis (single supplement available at additional expense), 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners, luggage transfers, National Park fees as well as Information booklets, an insulated lunch bag and map case.

    The Blue Mountains is a magical place any time of the year. Glowing in autumn, cool in winter, colourful in spring and refreshing in summer. With a blue horizon of eucalyptus trees that appear to stretch on forever, expect to be enchanted by the natural beauty of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. 
  • Sydney, NSW

    Blue Mountains Classic Walk 5D4N, Private Guided

    $2,165.00
    Just two hours west of Sydney, the Blue Mountains region is arguably the most accessible World Heritage-listed wilderness area in Australia. The best way to discover the wonder of the Blue Mountains is on foot. 5-day Blue Mountains walk offers you the unique opportunity to enjoy the incredible landscapes and create memories to last a lifetime as you cross the Blue Mountains' stunning cliffs and canyons.

    Marvel at the one million hectares of tall forests as you traverse sandstone cliffs, canyons, caves, walking tracks and waterfalls that make up the magnificent Blue Mountains. Hike some of the best sections of the trails, walking across the spectacular Blue Mountains from Blackheath to Leura. You'll hike to Bridal Veil Falls, the Grand Canyon, Giant Stairway and Three Sisters, immersing yourself in the breathtaking scale of waterfalls, sandstone cliffs and eucalyptus forests.br/>
    Your will be pampered in the best historic guest houses and B&Bs in the picturesque mountain villages, and have opportunity to dine at one of Katoomba's world class restaurants. Your main luggage will be transported by us each day to the next accommodation so you only need to carry a day pack to enjoy your walking.  br/>
    This is a privately guided walking tour. Your field guides are local and knowledgeable in the area's history and they are passionate to share the local stories with you along the track.

    Your tour includes passionate and informative guides, 4 nights' accommodation on a twin share basis (single supplement available at additional expense), 4 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners, luggage transfers, National Park fees as well as Information booklets, an insulated lunch bag and map case.br/>
    The Blue Mountains is a magical place any time of the year. Glowing in autumn, cool in winter, colourful in spring and refreshing in summer.  With a blue horizon of eucalyptus trees that appear to stretch on forever, expect to be enchanted by the natural beauty of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.
  • Sydney, NSW

    Blue Mountains' Hiker 7D6N, Private Guided

    $2,860.00
    Just two hours west of Sydney, the Blue Mountains region is arguably the most accessible World Heritage-listed wilderness area in Australia. The best way to discover the wonder of the Blue Mountains is on foot. Over seven days traversing the stunning cliffs and canyons of the Blue Mountains. This is a true challenge and offers keen hikers unique opportunity to explore the World Heritage-listed wilderness area on foot in depth.

    Hike some of the best sections of the trails, walking across the spectacular Blue Mountains from Mount Victoria to Leura. Marvel at the one million hectares of tall forests as you traverse sandstone cliffs, canyons, caves, walking tracks and waterfalls that make up the magnificent Blue Mountains. You'll hike to Bridal Veil Falls, Wentworth Falls, the Grand Canyon, Giant Stairway, Jamison Valley, and Three Sisters, immersing yourself in the breathtaking scale of waterfalls, sandstone cliffs and eucalyptus forests. 

    The walking incorporates the most impressive Blue Mountains bushwalks, which have always been popular since their construction in the early 1900's. Creeping vines, green moss and giant trees will decorate your trail. You'll also have unique opportunity to spot the elusive Lyrebird.

    Your will be pampered in the best historic guest houses and B&Bs in the picturesque mountain villages, and have opportunity to dine at one of Katoomba's world class restaurants. Your main luggage will be transported by us each day to the next accommodation so you only need to carry a day pack to enjoy your walking.  

    This is a privately guided walking tour. Your field guides are local and knowledgeable in the area's history and they are passionate to share the local stories with you along the track.

    Your tour includes passionate and informative guides, 5 nights' accommodation on a twin share basis (single supplement available at additional expense), 4 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners (including Lilianfel’s multi-award winning restaurant), luggage transfers, National Park fees as well as Information booklets, an insulated lunch bag and map case.

    The Blue Mountains is a magical place any time of the year. Glowing in autumn, cool in winter, colourful in spring and refreshing in summer. With a blue horizon of eucalyptus trees that appear to stretch on forever, expect to be enchanted by the natural beauty of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. 
  • Alice Springs, NT

    The Larapinta Trail Walk In Comfort 3D2N, Private Group Departure

    $1,395.00
    The desert ranges of the Red Centre deliver the quintessential Australian experience on the Larapinta Trail. Create memories to last a lifetime as you cross the Red Centre's wild and untamed landscapes on this 3-day Larapinta Trail walk. The Larapinta trail 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. 

    Over 3 days you will enjoy the perfect introduction to walking in the outback with a selection of guided day walks along selected sections of the Larapinta Trail. Winding along high exposed ridge lines and deep, sheltered gorges, this gentle introduction to desert walking will traverse one of the world's most evocative and ancient landscapes. During your walking tour you will encounter such sights as the rugged Simpson's Gap, Serpentine Gorge, the comet impact crater - Gosse Bluff and the vibrant colour of the Aboriginal quarry at the Ochre Pits.

    
Each evening you will stay at Nick's Camp, a comfortable and stylish semi permanent wilderness campsite, reserved for exclusive use. Here you'll enjoy breakfast and a classic outback style dinner each day among the desert scenery. While you walk, your support vehicle transfers your luggage and camping gear to the next campsite leaving you only to carry a day pack while you hike.

    The tour includes two nights accommodation at Nick's Camp, all nutritious meals, prepared by your highly skilled guides, National Park fees and fees to Traditional Owners as well as off-road transport from Alice Springs.

    Discover the ancient Australian outback. The Larapinta Trail will delight wilderness lovers with its incredible scenery and staggering scale. In the footsteps of traditional owners, early explorers, and modern adventurers, the stories of the Larapinta Trail will come to life with every passing desert step.
  • Hobart, TAS

    Freycinet & Wineglass Bay Luxury Walk 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $2,400.00
    The Freycinet and Wineglass Bay Luxury Walk covers the entire length of the Freycinet Peninsula on Tasmania's east coast. Walk through the pink granite Hazard Mountains and rich coastal forests to the pure white sand beaches of Wineglass Bay.

    The four-day walk will take you off the beaten track to remote and rarely explored corners of the Freycinet National Park. You'll feel like the only person on earth. Travel in the footsteps of the Oyster Bay Tribe, walking the same ancient tracks trodden some 30,000 years ago.

    Discover diverse marine and wildlife, nesting lagoons, wildflowers and other unique flora and fauna. Led by engaging and knowledgeable guides, go by boat into remote and rarely explored corners of the Freycinet National Park.

    Choose between challenging mountain climbs or more leisurely coastal routes before regrouping at the end of the day. You'll also travel light, needing only to carry your camera and a small day-pack for lunch.

    Welcomed each evening to the award winning Friendly Beaches Lodge, guests enjoy stunning architecture, friendly genuine service and private rooms with comfortable beds. Hosts provide delicious meals using the best of Tasmanian produce; freshly caught flathead, local oysters, handmade chocolates, fresh fruit and premium Tasmanian wine and cheese.
  • Renmark, SA

    The Murray River Luxury Cruise & Walk 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $2,300.00
    Experience Australia's greatest river in style. Explore Australia’s greatest river, The Murray, within the internationally recognised Riverland Ramsar Wetland in South Australia. Guided walking combined with peaceful cruising immerses you in the landscape and reveals the pioneering history of paddle steamers and a new environmental stewardship.
  • Adelaide, SA

    Kangaroo Island Wilderness Walk 5D4N, Fully Guided

    $2,050.00
    Enjoy an abundance of wildlife, sculpted rock landscapes and dramatic coastlines on the five-day walking holiday through Kangaroo Island. Stay at historic lighthouse accommodation in Flinders Chase National Park and enjoy the amazing array of wildlife on the island including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, goannas, sea lions, fur seals and a myriad of bird life.

    Visit the Remarkable Rocks at sunset, take a tour to see the gorgeous and playful sea lions at Seal Bay, admire magnificent Admirals arch and watch Australian and New Zealand fur seals frolicking in the rock pools below. Head underground and see the beautiful underground Kelly Hills Caves and marvel at the turquoise blue waters.

    Your time away on Kangaroo Island allows you to experience the beauty and wonder of the natural environment enjoying excellent accommodation and delicious meals.
  • Melbourne, VIC

    The Twelve Apostles Luxury Walk & Heli 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $2,100.00
    Discover beautiful Victoria on the Great Ocean Walk. Marvel at the rugged coastline, ever-changing terrain, dedicated walking tracks ending at the iconic twelve apostles. Experience a trip of a lifetime with a helicopter flight over the Great Ocean Road taking in all of the Apostles and the famous London Bridge.

    Just two and a half hours from Melbourne, you can be in remote wilderness and tick off a world walking icon on the Great Ocean Twelve Apostles Walk. In four days and over 55km, marvel at the rugged coastline, ever-changing terrain, and dedicated walking trails, ending at the iconic Twelve Apostles. Great Ocean Twelve Apostles Walk highlights the best and most remote sections of the trail known as the Great Ocean Walk. Explore marine sanctuaries, wild coastal walks, old-growth rainforests and beaches that are as remote as they are empty.

    Accompanied by guides who are committed to providing you the best Australian walking experience, you will be safely escorted along the trail, hearing stories of shipwrecks and adventure while facing the wild Southern Ocean head on. The team is complemented by
an onsite chef, showcasing fabulous regional food and, of course, some of Victoria's best wines. On the final day, walk into the Twelve Apostles, finishing with an included helicopter flight over the coast just travelled.

    Unique to Great Ocean Twelve Apostles Walk is the exclusive hiking lodge, built to be your home away from home. Relax for three nights at our hiker-only eco lodge, with ensuite bathrooms and single rooms at no single supplement. Great Ocean Twelve Apostles Walk allows only ten guests at a time to experience this unique Advanced Eco-Certified journey, purposely limited to ensure sustainable trail use and exclusive guest experiences.
  • Alice Springs, NT

    Best of The Larapinta Trail Walk 9D8N, Fully Guided

    $2,795.00
    The desert ranges of the Red Centre deliver the quintessential Australian experience on the Larapinta Trail. The Larapinta Trail offers one of the greatest desert treks on earth and is one of Australia's most famous walking experiences in Australia's Red Centre. The Best of The Larapinta Trail is designed to take in the most spectacular highlights along the 223km track.

    The 9 day Larapinta trail 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. 



    Following the spine of the West MacDonnell range, this demanding but incredibly rewarding 9-day Larapinta trek will allow you to walk approx. 150 km length of the Larapinta Trail utilising the knowledge and experience of the pioneers of this now iconic trail. You'll carry just day packs while a 4WD vehicle transfers all the group camping gear to the next campsite, freeing trekkers to enjoy the diverse desert scenery, revel in the camaraderie of like-minded travellers and focus on achieving your goal.

    The desert walk experience is enhanced with accommodation at innovative, stylish and sustainable semi-permanent campsites where you will be provided with high quality, interesting and nutritional meals to support your daily energy recovery.

    The tour includes 9 breakfasts, 9 lunches and 8 dinners, prepared by your guides, 8 nights' exclusive semi-permanent campsites including safari tents, stretcher beds, swags and hot showers, National Park fees and fees to Traditional Owners as well as off-road transport from Alice Springs. You will be supported by expert local leaders who possess full knowledge of the area and environment, providing trekkers with the insight story of Australia's most iconic desert trek.

    
This walk will delight the wilderness lover and challenge even seasoned walkers. A true immersion in Australia's ancient outback landscape.
  • Melbourne, VIC

    Wilsons Promontory Walk 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $1,999.00
    The Wilsons Promontory walking tour offers an outstanding opportunity to explore this beautiful part of Victorian coastline and visit one of Victoria's most loved National Parks.

    Discover the beauty of the Prom and explore its beautiful beaches and coves. Stay in Tidal River and discover the beauty of Sealers Cove and Little Oberon, climb the summit of Mount Oberon, and spot wombats, kangaroos and a myriad of birds.

    This much loved National Park offers pristine beaches, temperate rainforests, towering sand dunes and lookouts with spectacular panoramic views.

    On this trip you expect to have lunch on the beach watching oyster catchers and Pacific gulls fishing in the cobalt sea, see parrots, lizards and you might be lucky enough to see a seal catching a wave.

    The walking is spectacular and you will be rewarded with trails that run through pristine strands of rainforest and over beautiful creeks.

    Wilsons Promontory has it all.
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  • Alice Springs, NT

    The Larapinta Trail End to End Trekking 14D13N, Fully Guided

    $3,995.00
    The desert ranges of the Red Centre deliver the quintessential Australian experience on the Larapinta Trail. The end-to-end 223km long Larapinta Trail is one of the greatest desert treks on earth and is one of Australia's most famous walking experiences in Australia's Red Centre. The Larapinta Trail End to End trekking is a true challenge and provides keen trekkers with unique opportunity to traverse the entire 223km length of the Larapinta Trail. For who have completed this inspiring trek, the rewards are equal to the challenge.

    Following the spine of the West MacDonnell range, this demanding yet incredibly rewarding 14-day Larapinta End to End trekking tour will allow you to walk the entire length of the Larapinta Trail utilising the knowledge and experience of the pioneers of this now iconic trail. The Larapinta End to End trek is the ultimate discovery of Australia's ancient heartland. The Larapinta trail 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. This trip is for those who enjoy a challenge as there will be some rugged stages traversing remote ridges and canyons, walking up to 30kms a day. 

    You will carry just day packs while a 4WD vehicle transfers all the group camping gear to the next campsite, freeing you to enjoy the diverse desert scenery, revel in the camaraderie of like-minded travellers and focus on achieving your goal.

    The desert walk experience is enhanced with accommodation at innovative, stylish and sustainable semi-permanent campsites where you will be provided with high quality, interesting and nutritional meals to support your daily energy recovery.

    The tour includes 13 breakfasts, 14 lunches and 13 dinners, prepared by your guides, 8 nights' exclusive semi-permanent campsites including safari tents, stretcher beds, swags and hot showers, National Park fees and fees to Traditional Owners as well as off-road transport from Alice Springs. You will be supported by expert local leaders who possess full knowledge of the area and environment, providing trekkers with the insight story of Australia's most iconic desert trek.

    
This walk will delight the wilderness lover and challenge even seasoned walkers. A challenging, rewarding and memorable adventure in Australia's ancient outback landscape.
  • Adelaide, SA

    Flinders Ranges Outback Walk 5D4N, Fully Guided

    $2,050.00
    Take the Flinders Ranges Outback five-day walking tour, a unique Australian experience. For wildlife watching, bush-walking, photography or just soaking up the sights and sounds of outback Australia, the Flinders is in a class of its own.

    Set against the backdrop of the Elder Range and Wilpena Pound in South Australia's Flinders Ranges, an Arkaba walking safari is an opportunity to experience the sights and sounds, the scale and the space of outback Australia in a style that is exclusive and authentic.

    We'll take you to many renowned landmarks including Wilpena Pound, the Heysen Trail, Brachina Gorge and Alligator Gorge.

    Our 5-day fully accommodated trip includes all transport, meals and two field guides. Stay at Rawnsley Park for all the creature comforts after a hard day's hiking. .

    Enjoy the Flinders Ranges in comfort.
  • Melbourne, VIC

    The Mornington Peninsula Luxury Taster Walk 4D3N

    $2,150.00
    Discover spectacular Mornington Peninsula in style! This walking tour incorporates the best gastronomic experiences and coastal walks. Visit the beautiful Allies vineyard featuring the Bass Strait as a backdrop, set off on the Millionaire's Walk, walk Wilson's Folly Track into Point Nepean National Park, hike the Lifesaving Track reaching picturesque beaches, and climb up to Arthurs Seat to reward yourself with spectacular views of the Port Phillip bay and Heads. After walking adventures by day, relax and unwind at the famous Peninsula Hot Springs, and return to your luxury accommodation on acreage private land.

    Just an hour from Melbourne, Mornington Peninsula combines the best of Europe's coastal living with traditional Aussie laid-backcharm. The region has wall-to-wall boutique wineries, vibrant bayside villages, acclaimed restaurants, famous art galleries, manicured gardens, geothermal springs, world-famous golf coursesand amazing walking tracks along the coastline.

    Your tour begins with a bowl of fresh strawberries to calibrate the palate for the region's best Pinot Noir. Then set off on the Millionaire's Walk, a small part of the Sorrento Portsea Artists’ Trail, atop the cliffs between Portsea and Sorrento for a bird's eye views of the multi-million dollar properties.Wind around Wilson's Folly Track at London Bridge to the tip of famous Point Nepeantaking in vast ocean views, rugged coastal scenery and sheltered beaches.

    Your Day 3 is packed with challenges and relaxation. After a 11km Lifesaving Track walk, you relax and unwind at the famous Peninsula Hot Springs for a 'Bath House and Clay Ridge Indulgent Experience'!

    Climb up to Arthurs Seat and board a state-of-the-art gondola at the Arthurs Seat Eagle. Fly over the state forest to the highest point of the beautiful Mornington Peninsula. You will be torn between looking at the breathtaking view across the bay to the city and spotting wildlife as you soar high above the trees. Either way you have a bird’s eye view!

    This is a private guided luxury walking experience in Mornington Peninsula. You will stay at a luxury property situated on approximately 2.5 acres with stunning, secluded and sensational panoramic views of the bay and city.

    Slow down, unwind and be rewarded.

  • Adelaide, SA

    Flinders Ranges Outback Luxury Walk 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $2,400.00
    For wildlife watching, bush-walking, photography or just soaking up the sights and sounds of outback Australia, the Flinders Ranges outback walk is in a class of its own.

    Set against the backdrop of the Elder Range and Wilpena Pound in South Australia's Flinders Ranges, an Arkaba walking safari is an opportunity to experience the sights and sounds, the scale and the space of outback Australia in a style that is exclusive and authentic. The 'Wild Bush Luxury' philosophy brings a team of passionate guides and a few key creature comforts to an immersive bush experience.

    The first day of the walk takes your clients through the basin of Wilpena Pound before crossing in to Arkaba where the remaining days are spent traversing a wide variety of terrain.

    The first two nights of the walk are spent sleeping at our swag camps which are set up in spectacular locations on the property and the third (final) night is spent at the beautifully restored 1850’s Arkaba Homestead.
  • Hobart, TAS

    The Maria Island Luxury Walk 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $2,400.00
    Combining rare wildlife, convict heritage, and elegant accommodation, you'll truly enjoy the multi-award winning Maria Island walk by day and candlelit gourmet dining at night.

    Just a few kilometres off Tasmania's east coast, Maria Island is 100% national park with a population
 of just two park rangers and their one car. This World Heritage Listed island is a sanctuary, and a Noah's Ark for rare Tasmanian birds and animals including an introduced population of disease-free Tasmanian devils.

    The Maria Island Walk is a soft adventure led by warm, friendly and knowledgeable local guides.
The packs are light, the food is fresh and local, the wine is Tasmania's best, and a comfortable bed each night awaits. The walk itself is light and undemanding with options to add challenge as desired. You don't need to be an experienced hiker to enjoy it.

    Guests stay overnight in two delightful wilderness campsites, both a stone's throw away from pristine, white-sand beaches. These beaches are the perfect place to unwind with a glass of wine, enjoy a barefoot stroll exploring for rare shells, or a swim in the turquoise waters that grace the island's shores.

    On the final night, guests of the Maria Island Walk stay in a heritage house in Darlington, a UNESCO World Heritage site nestled on the northern tip of the island. Once a busting penal settlement with over 600 convicts, Darlington is now home to a medley of well-preserved historical buildings. It's also an excellent place to see wombats!
  • Alice Springs, NT

    Yoga & Walk On The Larapinta Trail 3D2N, Fully Guided

    $1,495.00
    The desert ranges of the Red Centre deliver the quintessential Australian experience on the Larapinta Trail. The Larapinta Trail is one of the greatest desert treks on earth and is one of Australia's most famous walking experiences in the Red Centre. This revitalising Yoga & Walk on the Larapinta Trail program combines morning yoga with invigorating walks, specially designed for adventurous women looking to experience the beauty of the Larapinta whilst harnessing their inner yogi. You'll revitalise the mind and body while enjoying walks to spectacular highlights of the Larapinta Trail.

    The Larapinta Trail 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. Winding along high exposed ridge lines and deep, sheltered gorges, daily walks will traverse one of the world's most evocative and ancient landscapes. During your tour you will encounter such sights as the rugged Simpson’s Gap, Serpentine Gorge, the comet impact crater - Gosse Bluff and the vibrant colour of the Aboriginal quarry at the Ochre Pits.

    At the end of each day, enjoy all the comforts of the award-winning permanent campsites, with facilities that will enhance your experience while at the same time minimising environmental impacts. You'll have hot showers, comfortable lounges and heated dining shelter in the awe-inspiring surrounds of the Red Centre. Here you will be provided with high quality, interesting and nutritional meals utilising fresh local produce wherever possible. 

    This women-only Larapinta Yoga & Walk incorporates a rejuvenating and enriching combination of cultural and wellness activities to revitalise the mind and body, while the scenery of the Larapinta Trail will delight wilderness lovers with its incredible landscapes and staggering scale. 
  • Sydney, NSW

    The Ultimate Sydney Coastal Walk 5D4N, Private Guided

    $2,250.00
    This is the ultimate Sydney walk combining history, aboriginal culture and fabulous walking tracks. Discover the charm of the magnificent Sydney Harbour that hug the coastline by foot. Watch world-class yachts sail by as you hike along the high sea cliffs at the entrance to Sydney Harbour. The Ultimate Sydney Coastal Walk is an excellent way to discover what is described by many as the 'World's Most Liveable City'.

    Walk through tranquil forests where you will feel like you are a million miles from anywhere. Learn about Australia's early history as you stroll through the alleys and laneways in the now-eclectic Rocks district.

    The walk has been carefully crafted to showcase the tremendous variety on offer. It's a one-way walk, utilising the region's efficient public transport network. You'll soon agree that one of the joys of Sydney is travelling on the quaint ferries as they ply the bustling harbour waters.
  • Darwin, NT

    Kakadu, Arnhem Land & Litchfield Walking Adventure 5D4N, Fully Guided

    $2,850.00
    Over five magnificent days, discover Kakadu and Litchfield two national parks by foot. Walk among picturesque Mamukala wetlands. Take the famous Wetland Cruise to see giant crocodiles and a vast range of resident birdlife. Enjoy unforgettable cultural experience into Arnhem Land. Embark on the famous Barrk Sandstone Walk. Visit Tolmer Falls, Florence Falls, Buley Rockholes and the magnetic termite mounds.

    Kakadu is a World Heritage-listed national park fed by pristine river systems and alive with over 280 bird species. From floodplains and billabongs to rugged stone country, the diverse landscapes of Kakadu are home to one fifth of Australia's mammals and over 2000 plant species.

    In Litchfield National Park, plunge into crystal clear waterholes beneath the spring-fed waterfalls of Florence Falls and soak in the cascading pools of Buley Rockhole.

    This is once-in-a-lifetime walking adventure. Check off your hiking bucket list!
  • Kununurra, WA

    The Kimberley Explorer Trekking 11D10N, Fully Guided

    $4,800.00
    The Kimberley Explorer is the best way for avid bush walkers or active travellers to explore the vast variety of landscapes this still pristine and remote land offers. This trip expertly combines relaxed paced & comfortable 4WD touring with the very best day walks the region has to offer.

    The Kimberley Explorer is a first class walking experience in pristine and awe-inspiring natural landscapes. Departing from Kununurra, we are on the walking track on Day 1. With us, you can experience the most spectacular sights and attractions of the region, from the Tunnel Creek cave walk to swimming at Bell Gorge and Bell Waterfall.

    See ancient Aboriginal rock art in Manning Gorge and camp at iconic El Questro. Drive the famous Gibb River Road and swim in spring-fed waterholes. Travel with our Kimberley specialist Carl Burden in a specialised four-wheel drive touring vehicle.

    You can either sleep under the stars in a swag or inside the quality tents. Your field guides carries all the camp equipment so we can camp at the best spots and spread out where possible.

    This is a relaxed paced touring with plenty of time to relax around water falls and gorges and all of our Kimberley tours include two guides and maximum of 12 guests.
  • Darwin, NT

    Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield Walking Adventure 7D6N, Family-Friendly, Fully Guided

    $2,750.00
    This walking tour is designed for the family, suitable for children aged 8 years and up. It combines walking, cultural activities, wildlife spotting and swimming. Guided by two experienced guides, they will share their passion for the great outdoors with your family while on tour. Over seven magnificent days, discover Kakadu, Nitmiluk and Litchfield national parks by foot. Walk among picturesque gorges, through lush monsoon forests and past freshwater billabongs teeming with wildlife. 

    Your family-friendly walking adventure starts from famous Nourlangie, where you'll see how local Aboriginal people lived in this area through changing times. The rock art here is simply astounding and you'll see the world-famous Namarrgon, the Lightning Man, a dreamtime figure who signals the arrival of the Wet Season in the Top End.

    You'll take the famous Wetland Cruise to see see giant crocodiles, a vast range of resident birdlife and many other native species. You'll also board the Nit Nit Dreaming Cruise traveling up the Katherine Gorge to discover the cultural significance of the first two gorges to the traditional landowners – the Jawoyn people.

    This is an amazing walking adventure for the family and worth the effort to see this beautiful country.
  • Melbourne, VIC

    Grampians Peaks Trail Hiker 7D6N, Fully Guided

    $2,450.00
    Rising abruptly from the surrounding Western Plains, the Grampians is a series of rugged sandstone mountain ranges and forests rich in wildlife. Be challenged and rewarded over seven days of walking along The Grampians Peaks Trail, a world class walk that showcases the majesty of the Grampians National Park.

    The only true way to explore the Grampians' spectacular natural beauty is on foot. By stepping out and walking you will have an intimate and unforgettable experience of dramatic peaks, panoramic views and the majesty of this ancient and rugged landscape.

    Hundreds of cliffs and rugged valleys provide refuge for many native animals. The sandy soil is ideal for native plants, making the Grampians National Park famous for its spring wildflowers. Numerous beautiful streams, waterfalls and caves are scattered through the ranges.

    The Grampians is also one of the best places in Australia to see large numbers of kangaroos, emus, deer, wallabies and birds in the wild. You will also learn about the culture and food of the indigenous people who have been here 20,000 years.

    This is a small group guided walking adventure, ex Melbourne. Two field guides will look after you and offer a choice of easier and harder walks along the way.
  • Darwin, NT

    Kakadu, Nitmiluk & Litchfield Walking Adventure 9D8N, Fully Guided

    $3,470.00
    Over nine magnificent days, discover Kakadu and Litchfield two national parks by foot. Walk to Kakadu, Nitmiluk and Litchfield and walk the finest trails in the Top End. Swim under cascading waterfalls, walk among rugged escarpments, view aboriginal rock art, spot giant crocodiles and enjoy the myriad of bird life.

    Take the famous Wetland Cruise to see giant crocodiles and a vast range of resident birdlife. Swim in rockpools in Kakadu and underwaterfalls and in rockholes and Litchfield.

    Kakadu is a World Heritage-listed national park fed by pristine river systems and alive with over 280 bird species. From floodplains and billabongs to rugged stone country, the diverse landscapes of Kakadu are home to one fifth of Australia's mammals and over 2000 plant species.

    In Litchfield National Park, plunge into crystal clear waterholes beneath the spring-fed waterfalls of Florence Falls and soak in the cascading pools of Buley Rockhole.

    This is once-in-a-lifetime walking adventure. Check off your hiking bucket list!
  • Adelaide, SA

    Flinders Ranges Outback Walk 7D6N, Fully Guided

    $2,650.00
    Take the Flinders Ranges Outback seven-day walking tour, a unique Australian experience. For wildlife watching, bush-walking, photography or just soaking up the sights and sounds of outback Australia, the Flinders is in a class of its own.

    Set against the backdrop of the Elder Range and Wilpena Pound in South Australia's Flinders Ranges, an Arkaba walking safari is an opportunity to experience the sights and sounds, the scale and the space of outback Australia in a style that is exclusive and authentic.

    Located just over 350km north of Adelaide, the Flinders Ranges includes several well-known national parks and walking trails. Both the Heysen Trail and Mawson Trail span several hundred kilometres and provide a multitude of sights and attractions for walkers.

    You'll see plenty of native flora and fauna in their natural habitats, from Yellow Footed Rock Wallabies in Brachina Gorge to the Sturt's Desert Pea (the floral emblem of South Australia) growing freely throughout the bushland.

    Our 7-day fully accommodated trip includes all transport, meals and two field guides. Stay at Rawnsley Park for all the creature comforts after a hard day's hiking.

    Enjoy the Flinders Ranges in comfort.
  • Hobart, TAS

    Tasmania Sail & Walk 6D5N, Fully Guided

    $3,850.00
    Over 6 days, explore the Tasman Peninsula, Maria Island and Freycinet Peninsula by foot. To reach each spectacular location you will sail aboard our 23 metre luxury ketch, Lady Eugenie - allowing for a unique perspective of the waterline from on board, before undertaking the days walk. There is a multitude of walking options outside of those mentioned on the itinerary, for those keen to spend more time exploring the area.
  • Alice Springs, NT

    Larapinta Trail & West MacDonnell Ranges 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $1,950.00
    Explore parts of the famous Larapinta trail and the West MacDonnell Range while staying in the luxurious surrounds of 4.5 star Lasseters Hotel Alice Springs. The Larapinta Trail will delight wilderness lovers and challenge the seasoned hiker.

    This breathtaking trip encompasses the highlights of the region and some hidden gems in central Australia.Walk the best parts of the famous Larapinta trail in the West MacDonnell Range, visit stunning Standley Chasm and spectacular Simpsons Gap.

    This is a magnificent trip that highlights the beauty of the central Australian landscape.
  • Melbourne, VIC

    THE GREAT OCEAN WALK END TO END 7D6N, FULLY GUIDED

    $2,565.00
    Take up the challenge to complete one of Australia's great journeys - The Great Ocean Walk.The seven day end to end trip traverses the entire world-class coastal trail. With 105 kilometres of walking, this is a distance that will challenge, but you will have unique opportunity to accomplish one of the Australia's greatest walks.

    The Great Ocean Walk is a world-class coastal trail and 'must do' when holidaying in Victoria. The stunning 105 km walk winds its way from Apollo Bay to the Twelve Apostles. Weave through stunning national parks, deserted beaches and rugged coastal scenery.

    The Great Ocean Walk tour depart from central Melbourne. Most meals are covered on the Great Ocean Walk tour and our guides are all highly experienced. They enjoy sharing their knowledge on the local plants and animals, history and heritage, and of course, iconic sights such as the 12 Apostles. Spot koalas in magnificent manna gum trees, echidnas foraging in the undergrowth and kangaroos grazing on grassland.

    You only need to carry a light day pack so our walks are suitable for anyone with a reasonable level of fitness.The walk is easy to moderate nature, allowing plenty of time to soak up the views.

    This world-famous destination is just waiting to be explored by foot!
  • Hobart, TAS

    Wineglass Bay Sail & Walk 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $2,800.00
    Over 4 days, explore the Freycinet Peninsula and Maria Island by foot. To reach each spectacular location, you will sail aboard our 23 metre luxury ketch, Lady Eugenie. Each morning, you'll have a unique perspective of the waterline from on board, before undertaking the day's walk.
  • Adelaide, SA

    Fleurieu Peninsula Luxury Coastal Walk 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $2,295.00
    This is an escape for those who want to leave the world behind. Imagine walking through bushland, so quiet you only hear the sounds of nature. Imagine walking sandy beaches where barely a soul has passed that day.

    Reconnect with nature before returning to your luxury accommodation, Lush Pastures, in peaceful country surroundings. For abirds eye view of beautiful beaches, coastlines and magnificent vineyards and wineries, take a scenic helicopter flight (extra charges apply).

    Your first day walk is through Deep Creek Conservation Park, a true Australian bush experience. The park is a protected area and has the largest area of natural vegetation and wildlife habitat on the Fleurieu Peninsula. It is home to Western Grey Kangaroos, Short Beaked Echidnas, and Southern Emu–wrens, plus another 100 bird species.

    The second day walk takes in the spectacular coastline near Victor Harbor. There are spectacular views of the ocean from rugged cliffs, and walks along sandy beaches.

    This walking tour is fully guided with only 4 to 6 people in a group.
  • Perth, WA

    Cape to Cape 'End to End' Classic Walk 8D7N, Fully Guided

    $2,550.00
    Take up the challenge to complete one of Australia's Top 10 tracks – Cape to Cape Track. The 8 day 'End to End' walk traverses the entire world-class coastline from Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin sharing insights and knowledge with your track specialists. With 135km of walking, this is a distance that will challenge, but you will have unique opportunity to accomplish one of the Australia's greatest walks.

    Your walk includes stunning and wild coastal landscapes, physical challenge, new friendships and gourmet evening meals await you. Experience the finest local produce including Lamont's Cafe, The Common, Cape Grace Wines, Vasse Felix Estate, Margaret River Farmer's Market, The Larder, an evening caving expedition to an iconic Margaret River cave and a 5 course degustation at Margaret River's No. 1 restaurant – Miki's Open Kitchen.

    You will stay in luxury accommodation at Margaret's Beach Resort - one of the best beach resorts in Western Australia. Your bedroom has its own bathroom (with a bath).

    Your professional, local guides have extensive knowledge and experience interpreting the natural beauty of the Track.

    You only need to carry a light day pack so our walks are suitable for anyone with a reasonable level of fitness. The walk is moderate nature (walking 16 – 22 km per day for 7 days). A sound level of fitness is recommended prior to undertaking the journey. Being as fit as you can will ensure you get the most out of your trip.

    This world-famous destination is just waiting to be explored by foot!
  • Melbourne, VIC

    Victorian Alps High Country Walk 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $1,450.00
    Victoria boasts beautiful alpine environments that belong to the iconic Great Dividing Range. Over four days enjoy exceptional walking around the Bogong High Plains returning every evening to a lovely cosy lodge in the alpine village of Falls Creek.

    The Victorian Alps walking experience offers guests the opportunity to walk among meadows of high country wildflowers, see snow drifts and pristine water courses and lakes. Enjoy exceptional walking around the Bogong High Plains, be inspired and amazed by the panoramic vistas you'll see on the trail.

    There are nearly 60 huts and hut ruins in the Bogong area of the Alpine National Park. Enjoy visiting some famous historic huts along the walk.

    The Victorian Alps walking tour offers spectacular walking during spring, summer and autumn. A truly magnificent walk not to be missed.

  • Margaret River, WA

    Cape to Cape Walk + Cape Lodge 3D2N, Private Guided

    $1,600.00
    This special two-night escape showcases the very best the Margaret River region has to offer for those with limited time. Guests will enjoy accommodation at award winning Cape Lodge, an exclusive lunch with wines at world-renowned Leeuwin Estate, and a spectacular walking experience on the Cape to Cape Track - Australia's Top 10 tracks as voted by National Geographic.

    The Cape to Cape track is located in Australia's South-West, in the Margaret River wine region of Western Australia. The track covers 135km of coast line from Cape Naturaliste (near Yallingup) in the North, to Cape Leeuwin (near Augusta) in the South. Located within the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, the track winds along pristine beaches and dramatic coastal cliffs, as well as through coastal bush that comes alive with wildflowers in the Spring. The magnificent karri trees of Boranup forest provide a great contrast, and Cape Leeuwin, which is also the meeting point of two oceans – the Indian and Southern – provides a unique terminus to the track.

    The terrain is a combination of white sand, limestone cliffs, granite rock, old 4WD tracks, sealed paths and bushy track. The sections of the Cape to Cape track used are rated as moderate, with a couple of easier sections around Sugarloaf Rock and Boranup forest providing a breather.

    For the nature lover, there is no shortage of wildlife and plant variety on the Cape to Cape track. The area is a world biodiversity hotspot, with approximately 80% of the plant life found nowhere else in the world. There are magnificent wildflowers along the track in Spring and an abundance of birdlife year round. Dolphins are regularly seen playing in the waves, and whales cruise the ocean alongside the track from June to December. Kangaroos and emus are not uncommon, and the impressive Southern Heath Monitor lizard is occasionally seen (or heard) rummaging in the bushes.
  • Melbourne, VIC

    THE GREAT OCEAN TWELVE APOSTLES WALK 3D2N, FULLY GUIDED

    $1,099.00
    Discover beautiful Victoria on the Great Ocean Walk. Most popular tour. Spend three nights at the historic Cape Otway Lightstation.

    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. Weave through stunning national parks, deserted beaches and rugged coastal scenery.

    The Great Ocean Walk tour depart from central Melbourne. Most meals are covered on the Great Ocean Walk tour and our guides are all highly experienced. They enjoy sharing their knowledge on the local plants and animals, history and heritage, and of course, iconic sights such as the 12 Apostles. Spot koalas in magnificent manna gum trees, echidnas foraging in the undergrowth and kangaroos grazing on grassland.

    You only need to carry a light day pack so our walks are suitable for anyone with a reasonable level of fitness.The walk is easy to moderate nature, allowing plenty of time to soak up the views.

    This world-famous destination is just waiting to be explored by foot!
  • The Scenic Rim, QLD

    Scenic Rim Trail Luxury Walk 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $2,450.00
    Walk the Scenic Rim Trail to discover natural treasures, stunning forests and ancient volcanic plateaus. The beautiful and diverse Scenic Rim region is a nature refuge and havens, which boasts a stunning collection of mountains, ridges, escarpments, forests and ancient volcanic plateaus set in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range and surrounded by World Heritage listed national parks.

    This is an unforgettable four-day guided eco-walk. You'll explore the Scenic Rim's most breathtaking natural treasures by day, and enjoy luxury by night. You will stay at a luxury eco tent for two nights to enjoy a genuine Australian bush experience. And then stay at Spicers Peak Lodge, a stunningly beautiful grassy plateau surrounded by picturesque mountains, for one night. You can relax and unwind after each day with fresh regional produce and wine, from country fare meets Modern Australian on the track to the Contemporary Australian á la carte and degustation menus at Spicers Peak, the walk delivers a culinary taste sensation.

    This truly unique adventure starts in 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.

    From here, experienced guides will lead you through a region that contains more than 30,000 hectares of parkland, numerous state forests and national parks. Combined with large portions of private land, including Spicers Peak Station, a 2,000 hectare nature refuge, you'll enjoy a rare opportunity to explore land previously only touched by early pioneers.

    Throughout your journey you'll also hear tales, rituals and traditions of the region's indigenous inhabitants – people forever woven into the natural environment of this land.
  • Melbourne, VIC

    THE GREAT OCEAN TWELVE APOSTLES WALK 4D3N, FULLY GUIDED

    $1,450.00
    Discover beautiful Victoria on the Great Ocean Walk. Most popular tour. Spend three nights at the historic Cape Otway Lightstation.

    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. Weave through stunning national parks, deserted beaches and rugged coastal scenery.

    The Great Ocean Walk tour depart from central Melbourne. Most meals are covered on the Great Ocean Walk tour and our guides are all highly experienced. They enjoy sharing their knowledge on the local plants and animals, history and heritage, and of course, iconic sights such as the 12 Apostles. Spot koalas in magnificent manna gum trees, echidnas foraging in the undergrowth and kangaroos grazing on grassland.

    You only need to carry a light day pack so our walks are suitable for anyone with a reasonable level of fitness.The walk is easy to moderate nature, allowing plenty of time to soak up the views.

    This world-famous destination is just waiting to be explored by foot!
  • Adelaide, SA

    Fleurieu Peninsula Coastal Walk & Whale Watching 4D3N, Fully Guided

    $1,695.00
    Close to Victor Harbor the ‘Fleurieu Peninsula Coastal Walk & Whale Watching’ offers spectacular coastline views and an opportunity to experience coastal plants and wildlife.

    Along the walking track you may have the rare opportunity to see Southern Right Whales that come to breed in the sheltered waters between June and September.

    The Fleurieu Peninsula is one of the most accessible whale watching regions. The Southern Right Whale appears along the coastline between May and September migrating to the warm waters of the south coast to mate and calve.

    Walk the whale watchers’ way, and be prepared for Southern Right Whales gracing the ocean in front of you.

  • Adelaide, SA

    Lake Eyre to Arkaroola Walk 8D7N, Fully Guided

    $3,150.00
    Embark on a truly unique and varied journey and discover the very best of South Australia's remote northern outback on this four-wheel drive and walking journey.

    Lake Eyre and Arkaroola showcases the best day walks in Vulkathunha – Gammon Ranges National Park, Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary and Lake Eyre – Kati Thanda National Park.

    Travel with our outback specialist on this amazing journey into the heart of Australia's outback. See magnificent Lake Eyre and explore Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary in the ruggedly spectacular northern Flinders Ranges.

    This is a once in a lifetime trip and one to tick off the bucket list!
  • Margaret River, WA

    Cape to Cape Ultimate Luxury Walk 8D7N, Private Guided

    $5,250.00
    The 8 day walk is an opportunity to experience the best sections and sights of the Cape to Cape track, while staying in all four Margaret River's boutique luxury properties and indulging in some of the best food and wine experiences the Margaret River region has to offer. Some of the highlights include a private villa chef dinner in your lakefront spa villa at Losari Retreat, a degustation menu with matched wines at Studio Bistro, an exclusive lunch with Art Series wines at Leeuwin Estate, and a spare day at ultra-luxe Injidup Spa Retreat with a one hour massage treatment included.

    The Cape to Cape track is located in Australia's South-West, in the Margaret River wine region of Western Australia. The track covers 135km of coast line from Cape Naturaliste (near Yallingup) in the North, to Cape Leeuwin (near Augusta) in the South. Located within the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, the track winds along pristine beaches and dramatic coastal cliffs, as well as through coastal bush that comes alive with wildflowers in the Spring. The magnificent karri trees of Boranup forest provide a great contrast, and Cape Leeuwin, which is also the meeting point of two oceans – the Indian and Southern – provides a unique terminus to the track.

    The terrain is a combination of white sand, limestone cliffs, granite rock, old 4wd tracks, sealed paths and bushy track. The sections of the Cape to Cape track used for the tour are rated as moderate, with a couple of easier sections around Sugarloaf Rock and Boranup forest providing a breather.

    For the nature lover, there is no shortage of wildlife and plant variety on the Cape to Cape track. The area is a world biodiversity hotspot, with approximately 80% of the plant life found nowhere else in the world. There are magnificent wildflowers along the track in Spring and an abundance of birdlife year round. Dolphins are regularly seen playing in the waves, and whales cruise the ocean alongside the track from June to December. Kangaroos and emus are not uncommon, and the impressive Southern Heath Monitor lizard is occasionally seen (or heard) rummaging in the bushes.

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