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Great trail not far from the city. Take bug repellent, wear long sleeves, pants, and supportive footwear. Overall worthwhile experience!

always a beautiful easy walk, rainbow fall is amazing

really nice walk but a bit boring to do the same route back. prefer loops/circuits

challenging but so worth it !!

Première partie à l'abris, mais bouchée niveau vue, puis la deuxième partie est magnifique et offre un panorama splendide. Beaucoup de marches. Environ 1600 je pense.

This trail is awesome, esp after the rains we finally had. The waterfalls (I believe there are 6 but you cross them several times at different levels) and the creeks were flowing really well. Made the crossings a little tricky but only one wet foot, so not complaining. The views are spectacular and it’s nicely covered too. Some fallen trees added an extra dimension in negotiating the trail, but again, all do-able. We took out time admiring the views and taking photos (we saw a lot of wildlife) and managed to finish it in 5 hours. The café near the main outlook provided well deserved (we thought anyway) and much needed refreshments. Can recommend this walk, and we’ll be back!

This trail was quite the undertaking for me and my girlfriend. We started it from Alice Springs on August 18th. We completed it on August 31st (a day earlier then planned, but we had to rush because a broken tent zip is quite a problem on this trail). Two major things to note in my opinion, the flies on the Larapinta was the hardest to contend with. The second thing is that you just cannot trust the water source recorders on section 9. TAKE ENOUGH WATER FOR THE ENTIRE SECTION WITH YOU. It was amazing, and I would happily do it again!

Had a great time on this hike. It’s a steady but not too strenuous climb from the restaurant at the top of the chairlift to the summit. The track consists of a metal board walk for most of the way and then a well-formed path to the very top of Australia. Easily done in about 5-6 hours (depending on fitness and how long you spend at the top). We timed it so we could have lunch at the top of the mountain. Some spectacular landscapes to take in on the way plus some awesome views. As a bonus, you can get a beer at Thredbo when you get back as a reward for all your hard work!

1 day ago

Absolutely...incredible. On a cloudy or foggy day the scenery is absolutely amazing. This hike is NOT moderate however with some rope climb and rock scramble sections. Getting halfway gives you amazing views of a lake nestled on the side of the mountain as well as lakes and mountain ranges on the horizon. Amazing.

Currently closed due to the recent bushfires.

Great and easy track to the waterfall. I came here feb 2019 and a tree had fallen and blocked the path from one side to other. Nonetheless great track

2 days ago

Magic sunrise spot, great easy walk, pretty lake with lots of birdlife. All cement path good for bikes, walking, running and wheelchair friendly. Great playground for kids.

3 days ago

This walk is along a section of a bitumen called Defence Road in Point Nepean National Park, which is also used by a shuttle bus. There are much nicer walks to take in Point Nepean National Park, and you can get a map of them from the Parks Victoria website or from the Information Centre at the old Quarantine Station near the entrance of Point Nepean National Park. This Park is a former military training site, and there are unexploded bombs in some areas. All visitors must therefore keep to official signposted walking tracks. Do not go off the main trails and do not enter areas that are closed or marked 'private'. Use the Park Map as your only guide.

private property
3 days ago

There is no Butler's Trail in Point Nepean National Park so this walk is wrong. It appears to follow a private track which borders an area closed off due to unexploded ordinance (bombs). As this is a former military training site, it is irresponsible and dangerous to walk along private tracks, especially when there are many good signposted tracks in this Park. The most direct route to Point Nepean from Wilson's Folly Walking track, is along Defence Road, which is bitumen, so quite boring. To find the most interesting and signposted tracks in this lovely National Park, pick up a free Map from the Information Centre at the former Quarantine Station, a 10 minute walk from the end of Wilson's Folly Track (turn left onto Defence Road, then take the first right onto Ochiltree Road then follow signs to the Quarantine Station)

Lovely views of Perth skyline. Easy walk some sand paths on law walk

Very nice walk, best in Tasmania. We started and returned at Dove Point though. Last part to the summit is hard and can be tricky.

Easy to walk with wonderful vistas all around. Only possible downside: very strong (and cold!) wind off the ocean. Otherwise pretty close to perfect.

The north and eastern halves are the most interesting sections. The walk along the dam conversely is quite boring. The north and east sections are cooler woodlands. Factor that in your walk if hiking on a hot day. I did the loop clockwise: dont miss the first turn and follow the bright orange arrows and poles. The view from the north east knoll is superb.

Did this walk on 19 Jan 2020. New to nature walks. There are a few trails here so I did the Old Quarry first because I’d read about it being the best - very enjoyable. People were enjoying a swim after their walks - I might do this next time I come as it was certainly hot enough for one.

Beautiful views and a nice walk around the bay

over grown
3 days ago

very nice

Beautiful and well maintained. Great views. Highly recommended

mountain biking
washed out
3 days ago

Absolutely amazing loved every second of it !

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