Australian Walking Holidays blog

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How to clean trekking boots

After months full of sunshine, endless horizons, red gleaming earth and glistening waterfalls, the trekking season in Australia’s Northern Territory has come to an end. If you’re not planning to head to Tasmania for...

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Our top 10 Camping hacks

Check out our top ten camping hacks, guaranteed to make your next overnight camping trip a breeze! Make your own pillow  When going on a full pack adventure, every inch of space counts. This...

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7 reasons to head to Tasmania in summer

We’ve got 7 reasons why you should ditch your overseas holiday, and visit Tasmania in Summer instead! It’s no secret that Tasmania is one of the last true great wilderness areas left on the...

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Western Australia’s Wonders

Occupying the entire western third of the country, the expansive state of Western Australia is a land of staggering beauty and diversity—from arid, sunburnt deserts and fertile wine-growing valleys to sacred stone gorges and...

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How to use walking poles

Have you ever thought of adding hiking poles to your trekking gear? Hiking poles can provide extra stability for trekkers while bushwalking on uneven terrain. By taking the load off the legs and knees...

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Meet your guides: Oscar Bedford

This month we sat down with Oscar Bedford, one of our longstanding guides. Oscar grew up in the north west of Tasmania in a remote area on a 60 acre bush block, and his...

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How to trek with kids

Hiking is a great way to get kids connected to the outdoors at a young age and if it’s your first time bringing the whole family on a trek, there’s a bit of planning...