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Tailor-made walking holidays in Australia. Find out where to go walking in Australia and take a look at one of our itinerary ideas for inspiration.
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Exploring Wreck Beach on the Great Ocean Walk, Australia
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Tasmania is one of the best places in Australia for walking holidays and Maria Island, on the east coast, is a place for solitude and reflection, for rejoicing in nature and being enraptured by tales of old.
A guided four day walk here takes in a contrasting landscape that includes rugged coastline, deserted beaches, striking mountains, beautiful forests with abundant wildlife and the former convict settlement of Darlington.
Walking between four to thirteen kilometres per day along beaches and tracks you will need to be relatively fit and healthy.
Your first two nights are spent in environmentally sensitive camps with a final night spent in the colonial splendour of Bernacchi House.
Steeped in history and surrounded by the bounties of nature there is no better place to relax and unwind.
16 days from £2,690pp
Explore the beautiful coastline between Sydney and Brisbane with a leisurely self drive allowing plenty of time to relax on your choice of beaches.
The Atherton Tablelands is a lush cool plateau of crystal lakes, waterfalls (including the famed Milla Milla), national parks and stunning scenery in northern Queensland.
Lake St Clair and Cradle Mountain are two iconic elements of this Tasmanian World Heritage area. The scenery is awe-inspiring, as eucalyptus forests give way to mountain scenery reminiscent of Scotland’s finest.
The Daintree forest is an environmental jewel that dates back 100 million years and stretches through Cape Tribulation, an area of breathtakingly-beautiful rugged mountain ranges and rainforest that tumbles down to the beach.
Southwest of Alice Springs is Watarrka National Park, a scenic landscape of rugged ranges and gorges that serves as a refuge for an array of plants and animals. Kings Canyon is Australia’s largest and most spectacular, carved into a rocky plateau with vast, sweeping views.
Lamington is a UNESCO World Heritage National Park and lies at the foot of the McPherson Ranges, straddling some of Queensland’s most impressive landscapes.
Less than an hour from Melbourne the richly fertile Yarra Valley is dotted with fruit orchards and flower farms, peppered with vineyards and sheltered by the verdant Dandenong Ranges.
The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park was awarded dual World Heritage status for both ancient culture and its natural attributes, and it is worthwhile for anyone visiting the park to look beyond the rock and learn something of its significance.
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