The Katoomba to Wentworth Falls bushwalk in the Blue Mountains is a tough day walk or overnight walk, It traverses Mount Solitary and the Jamison Valley.
Figure Eight Pool in the Royal National Park is popular natural rock formation. One of the access routes is a steep track down from Garrawarra Farm.
The Bouddi Coastal Walk is one of the best coast walks around Sydney, traversing a number of beautiful beaches and scenic lookouts. It can be done as “out and back” walk, or you make it into a loop bushwalk.
Martins Lookout to Lost World Lookout in the lower Blue Mountains is a tough half-day walk offering some nice views and interesting history.
The Mueller Track is the longest trail in the St Ives Wildflower Garden, a relatively “undiscovered” park in Sydney’s north. This is also one of the more interesting walks.
The Moon Rock loop is a circular walk through Garigal Land and Garigal National Park, with the main attraction being the spectacular Moon Rock Aboriginal engraving site, located on one of the highest points in Garigal NP.
Thornleigh to Berowra (or Mt Ku-ring-gai) is one of the more popular and varied sections of the Great North Walk, which traverses the Berowra Valley National Park Park. It can be done in shorter sections from around 7km to 30km, over 1-2 days.
Egg Beach on Flinders Island is reached via an easy coastal walk on the north-west part of Flinders Island, with secluded coves and interesting rock formations
The Mt Killiecrankie circuit is a partly off-track circuit on Flinders Island to the Mt Killiecrankie summit and back along the rugged coast from The Dock.
Mt Strzelecki (the highest point on Flinders Island at 756m) is a Tasmanian “Great Short Walk”. The peak is frequently shrouded by cloud, so an early start is recommended.