• 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
  • A Taste of the Stirling Ridge Walk

    October 2, 2017
  • Mamang Trail (WA) - Point Ann to Fitzgerald Inlet

    October 29, 2016

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Sunday, 22 October 2017

Kangaroo and Echidna Trails (Churchman's Bushlands)

Part of the Churchman's Bushlands trail network, the combined Kangaroo and Echidna Trails are a stunningly diverse loop walk in the Perth Hills. Starting in Jarrah forest, the trail leads to excellent views of the city from a grassy field before running along the Canning River Valley. Finishing with a bang, the trail leads to The Wall - a superb rock climbing wall - before looping up to the top. An enjoyable and underrated walk. 

Monday, 2 October 2017

A Taste of the Stirling Ridge Walk - Bluff Knoll to Moongoongoonderup Hill

The first day of a planned three day hike of the Stirling Ridge Walk, this walk starts at the Bluff Knoll car park and leads to the Moongoongoonderup Hill campsite. Taking the tourist walk up Bluff Knoll, the Stirling Ridge Walk then follows a wilder unmarked trail over East Bluff and East Peak before descending to a series of low hills. Thwarted by the range's unpredictable weather, this is an account of an incomplete ridge walk

Friday, 29 September 2017

Cape to Cape Track (WA) - Deepdene to Cape Leeuwin

The final day of a seven day thru-hike of the Cape to Cape Track, Deepdene to Cape Leeuwin takes walkers from wild beaches to the tallest lighthouse on the Australian mainland. Starting as a beach walk before heading along rocky platforms and cliffs, the track ends at Australia's south-westernmost point. An excellent final day on a superb track.

Thursday, 28 September 2017

Cape to Cape Track (WA) - Hamelin Bay to Deepdene

Day six of a seven day thru-hike of the Cape to Cape Track, the short 10 kilometre penultimate day from Hamelin Bay to Deepdene takes walkers along some impressively rugged coastal scenery, including a series of limestone Blowholes and the return of rugged granite headlands. Nestled behind some dunes, Deepdene is a lovely final campsite on the track after a fairly cruisy day of walking.

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Cape to Cape Track (WA) - Contos to Hamelin Bay

Day five of a seven day thru-hike of the Cape to Cape Track, Contos to Hamelin Bay features a sustained section of inland walking. Initially taking in the beautiful Peppermint Trees of Point Rd, the track passes through the spectacular Karri-dominated Boranup Forest. Heading to the coast via Boranup Hill Lookout, a surprisingly enjoyable 9 kilometre beach walk leads to the idyllic beachside locality of Hamelin Bay. A unique and different day along the Cape to Cape. 

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.