• Weano and Hancock Gorges (Karijini National Park)


    July 3, 2017
  • Main Range Track (Kosciuszko National Park)


    January 6, 2017
  • Overland Track (TAS) - Ronny Creek to Waterfall Valley


    December 21, 2016
  • Nancy Peak Circuit (Porongurup National Park)


    October 16, 2016
  • Cape to Cape Track (WA) - Cape Naturaliste to Yallingup


    September 23, 2017
  • Camel Trail (Millstream Chichester National Park)


    July 6, 2017
  • Overland Track (TAS) - New Pelion to Kia Ora


    December 24, 2016
  • Stapylton Amphitheatre (Grampians National Park)


    December 18, 2016
  • Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Waalegh to Perth Hills Discovery Centre


    September 11, 2016
  • Mamang Trail (WA) - Point Ann to Fitzgerald Inlet


    October 29, 2016

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Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Cape to Cape Track (WA) - Prevelly to Contos


Day four of a seven day thru-hike of the Cape to Cape Track, this relatively easy day on the track takes walkers from Prevelly to Contos. Initially heading inland before descending steeply to the Boodjidup Brook crossing, the track then follows Boodjidup and Redgate Beaches before taking walkers to the limestone cliffs at Bob's Hollow. With spectacular views of Contos Beach, this is another fantastic stretch of the Cape to Cape.

Monday, 25 September 2017

Cape to Cape Track (WA) - Moses Rock to Prevelly


Day three of a seven day thru-hike of the Cape to Cape Track, this long 34.4 kilometre day links Moses Rock to Prevelly via Gracetown and Ellensbrook. Passing by the beautiful Wilyabrup Cliffs and granite-dominated coastline leading to Gracetown, the track heads inland to the historic Ellensbrook Homestead and Meekadarabee Cave. Crossing Wilyabrup Brook and the mouth of the Margaret River itself, this is one of the track's most challenging and spectacular days.

Sunday, 24 September 2017

Cape to Cape Track (WA) - Yallingup to Moses Rock


Day two of a seven day thru-hike of the Cape to Cape Track, this relatively challenging day on the track takes walkers from Yallingup to the campsite at Moses Rock. Crossing several brooks over the course of the day, the track passes by some of the most rugged granite-dominated landscapes of the entire track, including such highlights as Smiths Point, Canal Rocks and Quininup Falls. Another scenic day of walking the Leeuwin-Naturaliste coast.

Saturday, 23 September 2017

Cape to Cape Track (WA) - Cape Naturaliste to Yallingup


Day one of a seven day thru-hike of the Cape to Cape Track, this walk takes hikers from the northern trailhead at Cape Naturaliste to the coastal settlement of Yallingup. Initially following a wheelchair accessible section to the stunning Sugarloaf Rock, the walk then follows beautiful coastal cliffs and a short beach walk to Yallingup. A short but excellent first day, this a great introduction to the wonders of Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park

Sunday, 17 September 2017

Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Grimwade to Balingup


Day Two of an overnight hike on the Bibbulmun Track, this day on the track takes walkers from Grimwade to the town of Balingup. Passing through regrowth Jarrah forest for the first half of the day, the second half features a better mix of scenery, with some lovely farmland views. Following Balingup Brook, the last few kilometres are some of the best leading into a track town on the Bibbulmun.

Saturday, 16 September 2017

Bibbulmun Track (WA) - Mumballup to Grimwade


Day One of an overnight hike on the Bibbulmun Track, this 30 kilometre day of walking takes hikers from Mumballup to Grimwade via Noggerup. Initially following an old railway line and passing through open farmland, the track then runs through seemingly endless Jarrah forest, ranging from scrappy and thin to virgin old growth. A fairly ordinary day of walking, wildflowers, farmland and the two campsites are the main highlights. 

Saturday, 9 September 2017

Gloucester Route (Gloucester National Park)


An idyllic loop walk in the Karri forest, the Gloucester Route provides a pleasant amble through Gloucester National Park. Starting at the famous Gloucester Tree, the well marked trail initially runs concurrently with the Bibbulmun Track before branching off to explore a beautiful stand of Karris. A very pleasant and peaceful walk, this is a perfect walk for fans of forest walking.