Tweet Cooleman Plain is high up in the NSW Alps, in the northern part of Kosciuszko National Park. It’s a wide area of forest and grassland broken up by limestone cliffs and gorges, crystal clear creeks, the occasional hut, and the gem that is Blue Waterholes. It’s reasonably easy to find as long as you’ve […]
Tweet A few weeks ago we ran a small competition with some Strive dehydrated hiking food as the prize. One of the winners was long time reader Greg from N.S.W. Whenever we run competition or offer any advice about a trip, we always love getting emails or comments back letting us know what happened….. Greg […]
If you’re an Aussie hiker then you probably already know and love Great Walks Magazine. If you’ve never heard of it, now is as good a time as any to head out and buy yourself a copy. Need convincing? Well read on and you might be persuaded.
Brent McKean has been editor of Great Walks for several years now and is obviously a very keen hiker. I recently asked him to participate in a brief e-mail interview, thinking it would be a good opportunity for Our Hiking Blog readers to find out a bit more about another interesting outdoors enthusiast and also about the magazine.
This is a guest post by Neil Fahey from Bushwalking Blog. Neil does a lot of hiking (mainly day-hikes around Melbourne) and shares in-depth trip reports on his blog. He has also recently written a few stories for Great Walks Magazine.
A new book ‘The Great North Walk Companion’ is the tale of a family walk along the full 250 km of New South Wales ‘The Great North Walk’ . It can be enjoyed on your couch as an armchair bushie’s adventure or taken along with you in your backpack as you hike Australia’s most accessible trail. Either way there is a new and exciting addition offered by the authors of this paperback – you are invited to try your hand (pen or keyboard) at writing a chapter.
Tweet Want to help plan a new multi-day wilderness hike? Interested in shaping the facilities for a 2000km multi day trek? Want to help design the next great walk being planned in Australia? This is your chance to have some input into the newly planned Dreaming Trails in Far North Queensland, Australia From the official […]
Tweet Looking for two weeks camp hosting in Southern Tasmania? Happy to volunteer as a campsite host at Cockle Creek? Like the idea of free accommodation in return for working with the Parks and Wildlife Service? The Parks and Wildlife Service in Tasmania are seeking Campground Hosts for two week stints at Cockle Creek in […]
Tweet In this post we continue with Larry Hamilton’s guest post on hiking the South Coast Track in Southern Tasmania. The South Coast Track runs between Melaluka and Cockle Creek in the South West Heritage area in Tasmania. It combines spectacular coastal hiking with some (a lot) of slog through inland sections with mud and […]
Tweet There are photographs of the Tasmanian Wilderness and then there are beautiful images. Pieces of art that reflect the beauty of the area and tell a story that excites you and makes you want to be there! Ice on duck boarding – Dave Noble In this post, we highlight a TINY part of a […]
Tweet The Bibbulmun Track is one of the world’s great long distance walk trails, stretching nearly 1000kms from Kalamunda, a suburb in the hills on the outskirts of Perth, to the historic town of Albany on the south coast of Australia. In this post, our “End to Ender” Dave Tomlinson, shares his experience on planning, […]
Tweet Tasmania, Australia, is a photographers dream. Wilderness, huge vistas, interesting elements and unspoilt scenery. Taking a good picture is not hard but getting a fantastic photograph takes talent, time, effort and perseverance. In this post, we invited Tasadam to share some of his spectacular wilderness photographs that focus on winter in Tasmania. Winter has […]