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Leave the car behind – get some fresh air and a healthy dose of exercise on a comfortable inn-to-inn walking holiday. While you walk, your luggage is moved ahead of you. You only need to carry a light day pack containing your picnic lunch, jacket and camera. The trips can be done self-guided using easy-to-follow walking notes and marked maps, or you can choose a guided holiday.

Each day has an average of four to five hours walking, leaving plenty of time for taking photos and enjoying leisurely lunch breaks. There are options along the way so it’s easy to increase or decrease the amount of walking you do.

Emerge from the National Park at the end of each day’s walking to be pampered in style. The bed and breakfasts, boutique inns and guesthouses have been hand selected ensuring variety, cleanliness, a comfortable bed, great food and a warm welcome.

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Auswalk Walking Holidays

From $3295 to $3395

If you had to design the perfect island, Lord Howe would surely be it! Start with swaying palm trees, breathtakingly beautiful coastal scenery and a crystal clear lagoon fringed by the most southerly coral reef in the world. Bless it with a temperate climate often described as perpetual spring. Make it home to 64 species of unique plants, teeming seabird colonies and one of the rarest birds in the world. Locate it in the South Pacific Ocean only a couple of hours flight from Sydney. Add an excellent network of walking trails that criss-cross the island, traverse ridges high above the sea and lead to stunning vantage points.

Auswalk Walking Holidays

From $2495 to $2595

Snow shoeing is just like bushwalking on top of the snow covered ground. It’s fun, leisurely and a lot easier than skiing, Modern snowshoes are easy to use. They are lightweight and you simply strap them onto your hiking boots and start walking, with the assistance of a couple of stocks (poles) for balance.

Their base is below the snowline, overlooking Lake Jindabyne. Each day you’ll travel to the alpine ski areas of Perisher, Thredbo or Blue Cow and head off away from the crowds.

Exactly where you go will depend on the local weather conditions as you will be seeking out sheltered spots with good snow cover, using the underground Ski Tube train or a chairlift.

Auswalk Walking Holidays

From $2395 to $2495

Appropriately called the Roof of Australia, this walking holiday traverses Australia’s Alps, staying overnight in secluded ski villages.

Much of the national park is snow covered from May to November, but when the snow melts, the high peaks of Kosciuszko National Park then become a mecca for walkers keen to see the rugged scenery, masses of spectacular wildflowers and of course reach the summit of Mount Kosciuszko.

On this walk you will see an ancient landscape carved out by receding glaciers of the last Ice Age, enjoy lunch beside a pristine lake and walk through snowgum woodlands and colourful alpine meadows. In summer the wildflowers have to be seen to be believed.

Yuragir Coastal Walk - Group Guided Walking Holiday

From $2195 to $2295

Residents of NSW keep the Yuraygir National Park a closely guarded secret and it’s really no wonder when you discover its spectacular beaches and the relaxed charm and character of its coastal villages. It’s truly unforgettable.

Your journey begins at Iluka and Yamba, two settlements that hug either side of the majestic Clarence River. Cruise across by ferry. Then it’s on to the Yuraygir Coastal Walk that links together the picturesque villages of Angourie, Brooms Head, Sandon River, Minnie Water, Wooli and Red Rock.

Expect a variety of experiences including coastal hiking, littoral rainforests, paperbark swamps, colourful heathlands, crystal clear creeks and lagoons and spectacular rock platforms. Graceful pandanus trees line the picture-perfect beaches on the longest stretch of protected coastline in NSW.

Auswalk Walking Holidays

$1295

Well known for the famous Three Sisters rock formation, the sheer beauty and botanical significance of the Blue Mountains has recently been recognised with a prestigious World Heritage listing. Towering cliffs, dramatic lookouts and numerous cascading waterfalls await those travelling on foot. Retrace the journey taken by early European explorers in search of fertile pastures. Explore remote rainforests, descend into the depths of pretty canyons and walk along trails that hug the sheer cliff faces. Walk from one place to the next whilst Auswalk move your luggage. Emerge from the National Park at the end of each day’s walking to be pampered in style in hand-selected accommodations.

Auswalk Walking Holidays

$1595

Well known for the famous Three Sisters rock formation, the sheer beauty and botanical significance of the Blue Mountains has recently been recognised with a prestigious World Heritage listing. Towering cliffs, dramatic lookouts and numerous cascading waterfalls await those travelling on foot. Retrace the journey taken by early European explorers in search of fertile pastures. Explore remote rainforests, descend into the depths of pretty canyons and walk along trails that hug the sheer cliff faces. Walk from one place to the next whilst Auswalk move your luggage. Emerge from the National Park at the end of each day’s walking to be pampered in style in hand-selected accommodations.

Self-guided: Use the easy-to-follow walking notes and marked maps to find your way. Weekly guided trips also available.

Auswalk Walking Holidays

From $2195 to $2295

Appropriately called the Roof of Australia, this walking holiday traverses Australia’s Alps, staying overnight in secluded ski villages.

Much of the national park is snow covered from May to November, but then the snow melts, the high peaks of Kosciuszko National Park then become a mecca for walkers keen to see the rugged scenery, masses of spectacular wildflowers and of course reach the summit of Mount Kosciuszko.

On this walk you will see an ancient landscape carved out by receding glaciers of the last Ice Age, enjoy lunch beside a pristine lake and walk through snowgum woodlands and colourful alpine meadows. In summer the wildflowers have to be seen to be believed.

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