Bush Walking Tracks around Australia
Six Foot Track NSW
The Six Foot Track is a great bush walking track. It was originally a bridle trail from Katoomba to the Jenolan Caves, and is now a walking trail of some 44.3 kilometres. We at 4×4 Camping Action have personally walked this track and can recommend it. Keep your pack as light as there are some steep hills to walk. Also carry some garbage bags to use as waders for some creek / river crossings. Seal off with duct tape at top of your legs. Keeping dry as possible is important at winter time.
Bibbulmun Walking Track Western Australia
The Bibbulmun Track is a long distance walk trail in Western Australia. It runs from Kalamunda, east of Perth to Albany and is 1,003.1 kilometres long. The name comes from the Bibbulmun, or Noongar people, Indigenous Australians from the Perth area.
Overland Track Tasmania
The Overland Track is one of Australia’s most famous bush walks, situated in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania. More than 8000 walkers each year complete the track. Officially, the track runs for 65 km from Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair. This track is for experienced bush walkers. Many walkers have perished on this walk. The start of this walk can start out warm and sunny and in a few hours blizzard conditions can set in. Do not attempt this walk if you are inexperienced. Must register if going on overland track so rangers know who is on the walk.