Your guide to the sweetest, wildest, highest, hottest and most breathtaking camping destinations across the country
Varied terrain, pastoral landscapes, wildlife and sweeping vistas
Heading off on a multi-day trek takes a lot more planning and preparation than a day walk, and you’ll need the right gear to do it, but the rewards are well worth the effort.
It might be called the Shipwreck Coast but it’s a walk that can be done in style and comfort.
This hands-free water pack is made for paddling
Explore a volcanic landscape at Mt Kaputar National Park, NSW, an hour out of Narrabri in the state’s West
This trail gives walkers the chance to peer over the edge of one of central Australia’s natural wonders
Historically home to the first whaling station in South Australia, today Beachport offers a number of scenic walking and driving routes
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Just an hour’s drive from Hobart, this 53km bushwalk offers access to Tasmania’s highest sea cliffs and some of its most arresting views.