Guided walking holidays in Australia offer an immersive and unbeatable experience of the vast wilderness and scenery it has to offer. Whilst the country is huge, we guarantee it’s easy to make new friends, get around easily and most of all – fall in love with Australia’s amazing culture.
A hike in Australia is perfect for your inner adventurer, as well as offering some peace and tranquillity. It’s wide open spaces, vibrant cities and rich cultural heritage makes it a destination to suit everyone. Walk, hike or trek off the beaten track and discover the intricacies and wildlife Australia has to offer.
View our itineraries and see the different ways you can discover the land down under. Is there a hard-to-reach place you want to explore? Contact our Australia travel experts to find out how we can tailor a bespoke itinerary just for you.
Walk Along the Oldest Mountain Range
A guided walking holiday in Australia lets you take in both fantastic scenery and fascinating history. Flinders Ranges is known as South Australia’s longest, oldest and most fascinating mountain range – making it a must-see and one of the best hiking trails in Australia.
Along the Flinders Ranges you’ll hike through Alligator Gorge, Dutchman’s Stern, St. Mary’s Peak (the birthplace of the Adnyamathanha), all the way through to the Parachilna Gorge where the trail ends. Enjoy stays in the luxury Melrose Holiday Units and Prairie Hotel.
Hiking & Walking Holidays Australia
Walk from Cape to Cape
The Cape to Cape attraction is an iconic walking track every adventurer should embark on whilst holidaying in Australia. Spanning 125 kilometres, you’ll see a lot of different sights during your hike.
Make a start on your Cape to Cape trek at Cape Naturaliste – the northernmost point of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge and work your way through to the limestone caves of Yallingup, calming beach walks across Moses Rock and the towering 60-metre trees of Boranup Karri Forest. Also, enjoy a relaxing evening with fine wines and food by the Margaret River.