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Walking AdventuresGet out and explore Australia's natural beauty by foot, from coastal walks to world class National Parks and alpine trails. You're spoilt for choice.
Victoria
A must-see for anyone visiting Victoria. The 243-kilometre-long Great Ocean Road is one of the most spectacular and dramatic journeys in the country, that takes in some of the state's most beloved landmarks, beaches and seaside villages.
New South Wales
The mighty Murray is filled with Australian holiday memories. You'll wake to the sound of kookaburras and the smell of eucalyptus, there are people waterskiing and paddle steamers making their way upstream.
Tasmania
Immerse yourself in nature. Cradle Mountain-Lake Sinclair National Park is one of Australia's true wilderness treasures. With its famed craggy peaks and reflective Dove Lake, it's admired by trekkers from right across the world, including us.
South Australia
A region where you can have one of Australia's greatest outback experiences - from exploring the mountainous Flinders Ranges to sleeping in an underground cave in Coober Peedy, driving across the desert, or witnessing the magic of Lake Eyre.
New South Wales
One of the most pristine and protected islands in the Pacific, Lord Howe Island is blessed with idyllic beauty from lush forest canopies to dramatic peaks and surrounding sparkling waters and reef.
Tasmania
One of Tasmania's most popular conservation reserves famous for its vibrant blue waters, white sandy beaches, and orange-lichen covered granite blocks.
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