With clear, sunny days made for walking, and cool, cosy nights ideal for rugging up in front of the fireplace, hiking conditions in the warmer parts of our country don’t get much more perfect than they are now.
From the Murray River to the Larapinta Trail, the gently warming winter sun is a pleasure to be in on the trails, while the stars become even more spectacular in the still, crisp skies. And a cup of freshly brewed coffee always seems to taste better outdoors, with a nip in the early morning air.
For those looking to get onto a Great Walk soon, walks in Queensland, Northern Territory and South Australia have experienced record demand and most were almost sold out by the time they had started the season.
However, recent border closures has seen some shuffling and a few coveted spots open up. So, if you are hoping to go on a hiking adventure in the coming months, there are limited spaces available on some last minute Great Walks departures to tempt you. See https://greatwalksofaustralia.com.au/walks-departing-soon/
With demand for all of the Great Walks extremely high right now, if you’re thinking of walking over spring/summer 2021 or anytime in 2022 Great Walks of Australia recommend that you book now, to get the dates and availability you want.
Spring/Summer 2021 and 2022
Seven Peaks Walk, Lord Howe Island
Cape To Cape Walk, Margaret River, WA
Cradle Mountain Huts Walk, TAS
Maria Island Walk, TAS
Three Capes Lodge Walk, TAS
Freycinet Experince Walk, TAS
Bay Of Fires Lodge Walk, TAS
Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk, VIC
Murray River Walk, SA
Classic Larapinta Trek In Comfort, NT
Arkaba Walk, SA
Scenic Rim Trail, QLD
For further information visit greatwalksofaustralia.com.au
SOURCE: Great Walks of Australia