Australia Walking Tours

Plainly put, Australia is Paradise down under. Incorporate the best walking tours in Australia into your itinerary as you walk around the scenic winding roads of Cape York. Interact with the Aboriginals of the Kuku Yalanji tribe on an exclusive walking tour called the Ngadiku Dreamtime Walk, in the rainforests of Mossman Gorge. Take an eerie haunted tour in Oz’s ancient district, The Rocks. Saunter around the stunning Pink Lake in Esperance. Roam on the Bridge-Climb over Sydney Harbour. Traverse the Arkaba Conservancy in Southern Australia among spectacular landscapes and sights. Spot Red and Grey Western Kangaroos along the way. The Maria Island Tour is a gentle walk by the beach in Maria’s pristine white sands. The Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk, is a trip down the Great Ocean Rd. Gaze at Australia’s rich wildlife, visit remote beaches and explore The Great Otway National Park, on this trail. Another interesting tour is The Murray River Walk. Immerse yourself in the ecosystem of Australia’s Murray River and engage in some keen bird-watching on this trail.


Other attractions here include snorkelling at the Great Barrier Reef and visiting the grand Sydney Opera House. Surf the waves at Bondi or Cactus beaches. Australia is famous for a skydiving experience like no other, because here you literally get to caress the sky! Camp at Roar N’ Snore, a night-camp at Taronga Zoo. Travel to Phillip Island and befriend the tiniest penguins on Earth Alternatively, immerse yourself in the Australian wildlife at the inactive volcanic site of Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve! You can spot Koalas, Emus and Kangaroos on this trip. Do not forget to go wine-sampling in Barossa Valley. Don't miss the nostalgic ride on the antique No. 96 tram in Melbourne, offering a stroll down memory lane while sightseeing landmark buildings like Carlton Gardens, Melbourne Museum, and Luna Park. Enhance your Australia trip with the best walking tours for a delightful exploration of this charming destination.

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