The Valley of the Winds walk in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park (Northern Territory) is a spectacular circuit through Kata Tjuta, a group of large, domed rock formations.
Well deserving of its reputation as a world-renowned bushwalking trail, the 32km Thorsborne Trail on Hinchinbrook Island combines lush rainforest, picturesque beaches and idyllic tropical waterholes.
Ruined Castle is one of the more popular half-day Blue Mountains bushwalks: it offers classic Blue Mountains vistas, pleasant walking through rainforest and 360 degree views from the rocky peak.
Mt Ku-ring-gai to Berowra along the Berowra Track is a pleasant bushwalk that follows Cowan Creek for most of the way, with views on the descent from Mt Ku-ring-gai and the remains of a metal boat hull at Waratah Bay.
A short walk in the Muogamarra Nature Reserve to the Lloyd Trig, which offers views over the Hawkesbury River.
A two-day circuit in the Jagungal Wilderness (Kosciuszko National Park) including an ascent of Mt Jagungal (2,061m)
One of the longer bushwalks in the Muogamarra Nature Reserve, the walk to Peats Bight combines the views from Deerubbin Lookout with the historic Peats Bight crater.
It’s a steep climb up to Goat House Cave on the side of Mount Lidgbird on Lord Howe Island – but the reward is spectacular views over the island.
The Kims Lookout Circuit and Mount Eliza track loops around the northern tip of the island. It offers a wide variety of flora and fauna, add some spectacular views from multiple viewpoints.
This full-day guided walk, rated as one of Australia’s best day walks, goes to the top of Mount Gower (875m) on Lord Howe island.