• Grose Valley (NSW) - Acacia Flats to Blackheath


    July 10, 2019
  • Badjirrajirra Trail (Cape Range National Park)


    September 30, 2018
  • Frenchmans Cap (TAS) - Lake Vera to Lake Tahune


    December 22, 2018
  • Mokine Walk GPS Route (Mokine Nature Reserve)


    May 5, 2019
  • Tarn Shelf Circuit (Mount Field National Park)


    April 22, 2018
  • Plateau Loop Trail (Coalseam Conservation Park)


    September 28, 2018
  • Snorkeling the Ningaloo Reef (Ningaloo Marine Park)


    October 3, 2018
  • Le Grand Coastal Trail (Cape Le Grand National Park)


    April 21, 2019
  • Werribee Gorge Circuit Walk (Werribee Gorge State Park)


    March 23, 2019
  • Hakea Trail (WA) - Hamersley Inlet to Quoin Head


    April 23, 2019

Recent Articles

Sunday, 25 August 2019

Honeyeater Hike (Bungendore Park)


A 7.7 km forest walk in Bungendore Park, the Honeyeater Hike is the longest trail in the park's trial network. Starting at Albany Hwy, the well marked trail follows a series of vehicle tracks through the park, taking walkers to a lovely valley and heath filled with blooming wildflowers in the springtime. A detailed trail with the greatest concentration of boot cleaning stations, this is a pleasant walk option in the Perth Hills that is worth checking out


Sunday, 4 August 2019

Carmel Walk (Korung National Park)


A short forest stroll in Korung National Park, the Carmel Walk follows a figure eight through a parcel of burnt Jarrah forest. Starting at Morton Rd, the trail loops through the charred trees over its first loop before passing a cherry blossom orchard and into the nicer second loop. Returning to the orchard, the trail passes by a section that is home to cockatoos. An uneventful walk that is not one of the Shire of Kalamunda's best


Saturday, 27 July 2019

Harewood Forest Walk (Harewood Forest Conservation Area)


A short 1.2 kilometre return walk in Harewood Forest Conservation Area, the Harewood Forest Walk explores a stretch of forest along the Scotsdale Brook. Starting on Scotsdale Rd, the trail crosses a bridge and follows a well formed track along the brook through beautiful Karri forest with views of the brook along the way. An easy but mildly undulating trail, this is a good low challenge family-friendly option for tourists in the area

Saturday, 20 July 2019

Cathedral Range Northern Circuit (Cathedral Range State Park)



A spectacular loop walk in Cathedral Range State Park, the Cathedral Range Northern Circuit combines a number of the the park's tracks to form a classic circuit over the range. Starting near the Little River, the trail rises up to follow the high Ridge Track as it traverses the rugged spine of the Cathedral Range over its namesake mountain. Featuring incredible views and engaging walking, this is a fantastic circuit relatively close to Melbourne


Friday, 12 July 2019

Glow Worm Tunnel Walk Track (Wollemi National Park)


A short family friendly walking Wollemi National Park, this 2 kilometre trail leads walkers to the Glow Worm Tunnel - an old abandoned railway tunnel that is now home to glow worms. Following a railway formation through the area's signature rock pagodas and eucalypt forest, the trail passes through the dark tunnel, where stopping halfway and turning off lights will reward walkers with views of glow worms providing pin pricks of light in the darkness

Dry Canyon (Wollemi National Park)


An easy canyon walk in Wollemi National Park, the Dry Canyon is one of the few canyon walks in the Blue Mountains that does not require swim throughs or abseiling. Initially passing through forest and rock pagodas, the easy to follow trail passes through two constrictions, with the second being relatively sustained, dark and spectacular. One of the more accessible canyon walks, this is a great introduction to Blue Mountain canyons

Thursday, 11 July 2019

Leura Cascades (Blue Mountains National Park)


A 4.5 kilometre loop walk in Blue Mountains National Park, the Leura Cascades Circuit explores the beautiful cascades leading to Leura Falls. Starting at the day use area, the trail features a series of small waterfalls along its course before the creek flows over the cliffs. Rising up, the trail then returns back to the car while offering spectacular views of the the valley and Mt Solitary in the distance. An excellent short walk option