The Scenic Rim Trail opened in Queensland in 2014 and already it’s considered one of the Great Walks of Australia.
Here are five of our favourite Tassie walks.
Bruny is a wildlife and coastal paradise.
Kangaroo Island is an enticing mix of wild bays, dramatic cliffs, deserted beaches and fascinating locals – both native animal and human!
Like a buried treasure chest, Purnululu kept its sparkling secrets well hidden. Deep in the East Kimberley it lay in wait: its dazzling colours and sculpted landforms known only to a few.
The Pilbara region in north-western WA reaches from a coast harbouring ancient art across an ochre-red
inland cut by gorges and waterfalls.
If Australia had its own seven wonders of the natural world, Wilpena Pound would surely be near the top of the list.
The bountiful waters along the windswept coastline of the lower Eyre Peninsula have long offered up both tragedies and a wealth of resources.
New South Wales
You don’t have to venture far beyond the famous dazzling white sands of Hyams Beach (and many others) to escape the crowds and find yourself at one with nature in the NSW gem.