Explore the most popular Camping trails in Australia with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
1 day ago

Love wombeyan caves, walked to waterfall although only the barest trickle of water, from there to old marble quarry then onto limestone gorge and caves. Beautiful spot.

Great trail - mine turned out 19km with a few wrong turns. Speaking off wrong turns there are some spots that are hard to navigate would be especially if you do t have pro version with offline maps. The trails include compact fire trails, lots of single track with stairs, some mud, stables over fallen trees and rocks, a really nice look out and some technical spots with decent elevation. Overall a great trail run or hike. Also note require $8 national park entry fee if you want to park at the camp grounds at euroka.

Great little day hike or overnighter. Easy enough to do in the day, but it’s nice taking your time and parking up at the campsite before peaking Mount Cooke. After hitting the summit, go left and follow along the ridge for some amazing views.

running
rocky
scramble
2 days ago

This one is a burner. A good workout and challenging for anyone no matter your fitness level

Really lovely trail with a varied range of vegetation. The tracks are wide and well marked. There are definitely some steep sections with loose gravel, gets the heart pumping for sure. We went clock wise, which resulted us in going up in the steeper parts, rather than down, which I prefer. There’s still plenty of steep downward sections with loose rocks and leaves. The creek was pretty and water was clear and cold. The rain forest sections are lovely, and we could see clearly to the glass house mountains from parts. Loved it. Took us 3 hours and 40 minutes.

hiking
scramble
3 days ago

walking
rocky
scramble
3 days ago

A big fire has destroyed a lot of the lush green foliage but it’s still wonderful and you can see it will slowly grow back. The water is very refreshing if you’re keen for a dip.

Great diverse trail, mountains, streams, sand, rocks. Fairly moderate, we went on a super windy day and at times were scared that we would fall. We were lucky to see seals and dolphins playing in the huge waves from the cliff, about 10kms in. Beautiful scenery, love the SA coast, it’s magical.

Closed due to bushfires

Beautiful trail. Great scenery and views. Steep uphill for the 1st part.

hiking
rocky
scramble
washed out
4 days ago

The trail is very gravelly, when they say there are some steep hills, they are under estimating, the hills are definitely scramble hills, not much of lookouts throughout, but all in all a good walk, took approx 4 hours did it in the morning.

hiking
muddy
over grown
4 days ago

Big part is overgrown

Great trail. No need of maps. Finished it within 4:30 min ..

Beautiful track, some steep sections and stunning views. MacLeans lookout for Heaton lookout is quite wet and slippy if there’s been recent rain.

Lovely walk but not for the less fit/experienced hikers - it’s steep and slow going in some parts but so beautiful :) waterfalls, snakes, goannas, campsites, wide track, easy to follow, amazing views - bring snacks!!

hiking
muddy
8 days ago

Beautiful hike amongst dense forest and breathtaking views of the Gheerulla valley below. Definitely clockwise as the last section is more of a wash out than a trail and very steep and not maintained. Use a GPS and this app to stay on the loop and yes people who have clocked more than 10km have gotten lost. The creek wasn’t running so we didn’t have to cross anything but beware; the last and hardest section is poorly indicated. It took us 3hrs40 mins to complete the loop including stops to take in the views and rest and replenish. An ideal winter’s hike.

hiking
9 days ago

Très belle randonnée, la plupart du temps en sous-bois. Les personnes qui ont écrit que la randonnée faisait plutôt 18km que 9.7km, comme indiqué sur la carte, se sont égarées. Elles ont manqué l’embranchement qui remonte directement vers le Mount Thilba ( partie la plus pendue, la plus difficile et pas entretenue). Avec le GPS et un peu d’attention on ne se trompe pas. Randonnée à faire dans le sens des aiguilles d’une montre

Easy stroll. Lovely autumn leaves in late May.

hiking
blowdown
flooded
icy
muddy
over grown
rocky
scramble
snow
9 days ago

The Overland Track is a stunning piece right in the Tassie Wilderness. The fitter you are the better as when I did it I was not fit at all. So I had to double the time between huts. it's stunningly majestic but tough going in parts and mainly up hill. This walk is one of the hardest things I have ever done and survived. Walking through river beds and tree roots from Alpine forests, button grass marsh, rain forest to eucalypt forest. Preparation is key, personal locator beacons a must. Arduous at times and totally challenging, we did it 6 days, but give yourself more time, maybe 8-10 days to really enjoy the beauty

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