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Welcome to Bushwalking


Let's prepare to have fun and thrive out on track

Bushwalking is not rocket science but you need to be prepared and have the right gear. The longer the walk and the more extreme environments you explore the more important this becomes, so start small and local and build up your skills. Bushwalking is an enjoyable life long pursuit, don't rush the journey of learning it is all part of the fun.

You will also have more fun if you eat well and are fit enough. The more prepared you are the more you will be able to relax and enjoy your time on the track. These articles will help you pack well, understand the conditions you may experience, set helpful expectations, eat well and enjoy walking even in wet and cold weather.

There is a lot of information here but not all skills can be learned online, if you are new to bushwalking then reach out to bushwalking friends and learn from their experience and practical skills. There is a great community at who can also help with much wisdom acquired over the years. Be comfortable with the idea that "we don't know what we don't know", these articles and chatting with other bushwalkers will help to start to fill in these gaps.

Happy walking

We explore places with a rich and complex history, lets get to know these places better.
Preparing for your walk
Planning for day walks can be a lot of fun. Don't just hit the track and hope for the best.
Day walk skills & gear
Skills and Equipment that will help make your time on track safer and more enjoyable.
Multiday Bushwalking Skills & Gear
Overnight bushwalking is great fun. Build your skills and find the gear that will make your time on track safer and more enjoyable.
todo Bowtells Swing Bridge near Six Foot Track Eco Lodge