As part of World Expeditions Travel Group, Australian Walking Holidays is a fully Australian-owned company specialising in small group guided walking adventures.
Since 1982 they have been guiding small groups of travellers on Australia’s finest walks. Whether you’re interested in trekking Australia’s iconic Larapinta Trail in the Red Centre, Tasmania’s spectacular Overland Track, the Jatbula Trail in Top End, Kakadu, the Bibbulmun Track, the Heysen Trail and Flinders range as well as the Kimberly, tropical north Queensland and south western Australia – you can be sure your experience will be an unforgettable exploration of Australia’s stunning and diverse landscape.
Their experienced guides are experts in the field and have high respect and love of the Australian landscape. With responsible travel at the core at everything they do, you can be sure your journey leaves no trace and takes into account the local wildlife, wilderness and cultures of the land.
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The North Flinders Ranges offers some of the most stunning landscapes in Australia.
Suitable for most walkers, this accommodated trek includes selected walks on sections of the famous Heysen Trail. This walking tour uncovers a rolling range of majestic peaks and rugged ridges on a trail which combines exceptional views with both enjoyable strolls and achievable challenges. The forests of cypress pines create an almost alpine ambiance in these semi-arid ranges with the dry climate creating ideal conditions for walking.
This trip is operated in a comfortable style where you can enjoy walking with just a daypack while their accommodation facilities offer comfort, stunning scenery and the best of outback hospitality.
When planning to head truly remote – away from even the main walking trails – camels are the perfect travelling companions in the outback.
Carrying your food, water and swags on a traditional pack saddle, these ships of the desert, many of which featured in the movie ‘Tracks’ by Robin Davidson, will allow you to gain a real sense of isolation as you absorb the beauty of the natural surroundings in this wild part of Australia that is home to Lake Frome and Wilpena Pound. Appreciate the birdlife, yellow footed wallabies, flora, station and old lead mine ruins and remnants as you travel along dry creek beds, through rugged plains country and past sheer rock faces and large gorges that are generally not accessible to travellers and locals alike. At night, your expert local guide will share his astronomy knowledge as you star gaze up at the dark night sky.
During this camel supported walk there is no vehicle support with one camel saddled for riding should guests wish to experience this as part of their adventure.
The arid ranges of Australia offer some of the finest scenery anywhere in the world.
The combination of spectacular peaks, rugged gorges and the rich colours of the desert offer artists a stunning visual palette. The Flinders Ranges of South Australia are regarded as perhaps the most spectacular of all the arid mountain ranges. Aiming to create comprehensive artistic expedition, they have selected some of the best most scenic locations in the Flinders Ranges .
And like all their art expeditions, you will enjoy access to spectacular wilderness settings with comfortable camps and four wheel drive vehicle support.