Wilsons Promontory is a very popular 3-4 day hike in Victoria, Australia. This great circuit bushwalk leads you to isolated beaches, spectacular scenery and excellent facilities. A must do adventure near Melbourne at the Wilsons Promontory National Park.
Tweet We have a “secret” National Park camping ground we escape to each summer for a week or two “bush” camping. As you can see from the pictures below this is NOT lightweight camping and we take everything including the kitchen sink, dish rack and a full cutlery and crockery set. It is camping on […]
Tweet The Great South West Walk third section is from Discovery Bay to Mount Richmond and Tarragal Camp. If you like beach walking, sand and sand dunes this section is for you! If you hate march flies, be prepared….. In his third guest post, Dave Tomlinson shares some great information about this section of the […]
Tweet Many thanks to Jacq for this trip report on a overnight walk into the Billywing Gorge of the Grampians in Victoria. Jacq has kindly let us reproduce an email she sent to a friend who did not make the trip. We also could not make it, and after reading Jacq’s notes, are quite happy […]
Tweet There have been many hits on “Our Hiking Blog” looking for information regarding access and track conditions in the Mt Howitt area following the fires in late 2006. We are not very familiar with this area, but hope the following information is useful and points you in the right direction. If you are heading […]
Tweet We were contacted recently by Bob Padula from Mont Albert, in the east of Melbourne letting us know about his walking related web pages and blog. We had a good look around this afternoon and discovered a gold mine of information that has been put together by Bob. In Bob’s own words: I am […]