Australia’s Walking Holiday Specialist

Auswalk operates great walks to many exciting destinations in Australia.

Experience a quality Australian accommodated walking holiday. Be guided through a tropical rainforest, along secluded beaches or across the ridges of a majestic mountain range. Whether you are traversing the famous Great Ocean Walk, exploring a canyon in the Blue Mountains or experiencing remote wilderness in the outback, you will be pampered at the end of the day in comfortable accommodation. Whether you call it walking, hiking, rambling, tramping, trekking or bushwalking, you’ll love what we have to offer you. Go with Auswalk – Australia’s leading walking tour operator offering great walks of Australia.

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Join a group on an Australian hiking vacation

group guided walking holidays

An excellent way to explore the countryside with a group of like-minded people and a couple of knowledgeable guides. Two guides means we can offer you a choice of easier and harder walk options along the way. At night, enjoy comfortable accommodations, good food and wine and the company of new friends.
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Self guided inn-to-inn walking vacations by Auswalk

self guided inn-to-inn trips

Unique to Auswalk in Australia. You walk through national parks and forests, progressing from one delightful accommodation to the next. Your luggage is moved ahead while you walk. Choose a fully supported self-guided walking holiday, following the comprehensive walk notes supplied. Or go with a guide.
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Customised hiking tours and private guiding by Auswalk

customised & private trips

Short on time? Travelling solo? Want a private guide? Looking for something a bit different for your family, group of friends or work colleagues? Auswalk can customise a trip to meet your needs. You choose the destination and tell us how much time you have and we’ll do the rest.
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