Mulu Caves and The Pinnacles is a three day hiking adventure. It explores one of the biggest cave systems in the world, beore climbing up to The Pinnacles, a unique karst formation in Mulu National Park.
The Glow Worm Tunnel – an abandoned rail tunnel full of glow worms – can be reached via mutiple trails. The longest access trail is from Newnes, which also has a very nice campground.
The Castle (847m) in Morton National Park is a challenging but rewarding bushwalk. Spectacular views from the summit plateau over the Budawang Range (Budawangs).
The Wilsons Promontory Southern Circuit is a popular 2-3 day bushwalk. The walk traverses Sealers Cove, Refuge Bay and Waterloo Bay in Wilsons Promontory National Park on the way to the Lightstation, returning to Tidal River via Oberon Bay.
The hike to the peak of Mount Rinjani (3,726m) on Lombok from Sembalun or Senaru is a very demanding trek – but it delivers some spectacular views from the crater rim as well as from the summit.
Brooklyn to Cowan forms part of the Great North Walk, with the track ascending from Brooklyn and traversing a number of ridges before descending to Cowan Creek. The final section is a steep ascent from Jerusalem Bay to Cowan.