Bushwalking in Australia and New Zealand
A one hundred kilometre network of walking tracks forms the Gibraltar - Washpool World Heritage Walk. The route links the Gibraltar Range and Washpool National Parks in rugged mountainous country, high above the Clarence Valley on the edge of the Northern Tablelands. Dry eucalypt sclerophyll forests, set amidst a broken collection of ridges and granite tors, surround a mosaic of sub-alpine swamps. In more dense country, lush rainforests safeguard the largest area of coachwood in the world. Within these ancient pockets of wilderness, waterfalls plummet from a lacework of streams and wild rivers.
A walk from the top of the Kosciuszko Express chairlift to Mount Kosciuszko, then to Lake Albina and return.
Bushwalking, Hiking and Tramping in New Zealand
Lightweight Bushwalking / Hiking Gear
Carnarvon Gorge lies within the spectacular and rugged ranges of Queensland's central highlands. Lined with vegetation and fed by the waters of numerous side gorges, Carnarvon Creek winds between towering sandstone cliffs. The gorge is a cool and moist oasis within the dry environment of central Queensland.
Beach Walks - a wonderful way to explore Australia's coastline by easy stages
Mount Grattai and Gins Mountain
Wollomombi and Chandler Falls walking and climbing. The rock climbing here is very challenging, although the walk on the well maintained track around the tops of the falls may be attempted by most walkers.
The Chandler River, a challenging area for experienced bushwalkers, and a wonderful part of the world.
The Lower Chandler River from the Long Point shelter shed ridge to the Macleay
Thunderbolt's Lookout is a short easy walk in the Torrington area.
From the mountains to the sea - this is a classic walk from the escarpment of the New England National Park down Grass Tree ridge, along the upper Bellinger River, then kayaking from Bellingen to Urunga along the lower Bellinger River.
Dangars Falls and Salisbury Waters - this is one of the easiest ways into the gorge country, catering for all levels of fitness and interest.
Mihi Gorge - this short gorge with the Mihi Falls at its head is the first named tributary of Salisbury Waters.
Access to Mihi Gorge and the Salisbury Waters Gorge
Sarum Lookout, Salisbury Waters and McDirtys Lookout - this is an interesting daywalk for those willing to go off the track.
Dangars Falls Gorge - a route for rockclimbers rather than bushwalkers.
The Apsley River and Green Gully Creek - a classic river walk, starting from Budds Mare.