Auswalk Walking Holidays

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Auswalk has been operating for nearly 30 years so you’re in capable hands. You’re travelling with Australia’s leader and pioneer of supported walking holidays. They put together seamlessly organised itineraries to create a hassle and stress free walking holidays experience. They walk pack free carrying with you only your lunch and any essentials.

Most importantly these are their trips so they can guarantee what they promise. Unique access to Australia’s real natural beauty on foot with the luxury of having a hot shower, a good meal and comfortable bed waiting for you at the end of the day.

What really sets us apart is the flexibility they can offer you. They offer both self-guided or guided walks and specialise in designing custom built trips. Auswalk are the trusted experts allowing you to walk any time of year, with who you want with trips right across Australia.

Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.


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From $3295 to $3495

Auswalk has been guiding Kangaroo Island walking holidays for nearly 20 years, walking the island and parts of the trail that have subsequently morphed into the new Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail. Their Kangaroo Island walking holidays combine these new magnificent sections of track, with their favourite old bits. Given that the island is the third largest in Australia, it has a lot to offer, but it can only be fully explored on foot.

With over a quarter of the island’s area protected within national parks, it’s a paradise for walkers and naturalists. Tall limestone cliffs dominate the coastline and deeply incised creeks flow out to sea. There are stunning stretches of coastal landscapes, as well as vast areas of wilderness and highly visible terrestrial and marine wildlife.

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Head into the arid heart of the Australian Outback and traverse one of the oldest geological landscapes in the world. The 1200 kilometre Heysen Trail is rated as one of the world’s premier long distance trails and begins in the stunning Flinders Ranges, the Heysen’s spiritual birthplace. They have selected the best walking in the Northern Flinders, from the trail head to Black Gap and other not to be missed highlights. The walk to the very top of the Pound Wall, St Mary’s Peak, is truly one of a kind. This is an unforgettable rust coloured landscape with many hidden secrets, that can only be discovered on foot.

This is a world class experience where you will be supported all the way. At the end of each day you’ll have the luxury of having a hot shower, a chef prepared dinner and breakfast (see inclusions) and a good night’s sleep in a comfortable bed, rising refreshed and primed for the each day’s fabulous pack free walking.

Family Friendly Non Smoking

From $3195 to $3295

Access the heart of the Australian Outback and hike the ancient sun seared landscape of the remote Flinders Ranges. The Flinders’ fascinating geology and red ochre vistas make for unforgettable walking that’ll take your breath away. Walk both Alligator and Bunyeroo Gorges, hike Dutchman’s Stern, Rawnsley Bluff, Black Gap and Bridal Gaps, Tanderra Saddle among other places.

There is also a gentler side to this Flinders Ranges tour to discover. Walk Wilpena Pound floor encircled by a one of a kind colossal natural amphitheatre. In other valleys, native cypress pines cover gently rounded hills and massive meandering creek beds studded with majestic river red gums. They take care of every last detail so you can relax and fully experience this ancient landscape that once stood taller than the Himalayas.

Family Friendly Non Smoking

From $2495 to $2595

It’s not surprising that for decades Auswalker’s have been calling the Flinders Ranges (Ikara) out as one of Australia’s best walking destinations. On this Flinders Ranges tour you’re granted unique access to the very heart of the Australian Outback with pack free walks that take you to Rawnsley Bluff, Dutchmans Stern, Tanderra Saddle, Wilpena Pound and Black Gap among other places.

The 360 degree views from the summit into Wilpena Pound, the magnificent natural amphitheatre, that stands 300 metre higher than the famous red rock is worth the trip alone.

The Flinders Ranges is a hiker’s El Dorado. There’s the one of a kind colour scheme, the red ochre vistas, abandoned homesteads that pepper the landscape, eagles soaring overhead in thermal winds that sweep off the Pound and so much more you can only truly get a feeling for by walking here. There’s also a gentler side of this unique destination walking the Pound floor avoiding the territorial emus and kangaroos as you traverse the native cypress pines and massive meandering creek beds studded with majestic river red gums.

Family Friendly Non Smoking

From $2385 to $2595

The Kangaroo Island Wilderness trail is on Australia’s third largest island and newest bucket list walk. Forests, lagoons, white-sand beaches and sea cliffs pounded by thunderous swells are just a small part of what makes this island unique. This island is a celebrated feral-free haven, moreover with a quarter of the island’s area being protected it is no wonder the native animals flourish. But if walkers are surprised at how easy it is to see marsupials and wildlife, they’re even more astonished by the scale and diversity of the place.

They see the diversity and scale close up by hiking the 61-kilometre Wilderness Trail that takes in Flinders Chase forests, the surreal sculptures that are Remarkable Rocks, Admirals Arch, untrammelled beaches and kilometre upon kilometre of cliff top hiking. They also walk Ravine des Casoars a true path less travelled walk.

Other highlights are Kelly Hill Caves and the 7000-strong colony of fur seals that take refuge in the stunning sands at Seal Bay, frolicking on rocky platforms.

With its’ dense forests, green wetlands and stunning stretches of coastal terrain, Kangaroo Island is a hiker’s dream, a true paradise for walkers and naturalists alike.

Family Friendly Non Smoking

From $2595 to $2695

Expect breathtaking coastal scenery, magnificent coastal forest and an abundance of wildlife. A quarter of the island, Australia’s third-biggest, is protected within national parks, making it a sanctuary for native animals, like platypus and Koalas. The 67km purpose-built walking track meanders its way through eucalypt and mallee forest via stunning stretches of coastal landscapes.

The tall limestone cliffs dominate the landscape, the same cliffs that played havoc with at least 60 ships that foundered themselves on these shores. There’s nothing between you and Antartica other than the massive Southern Ocean. Interestingly, the upwelling here provides a one of a kind haven for marine wildlife like whales, seals and dolphins so keep your eyes peeled.

Family Friendly Non Smoking

From $2355 to $2395

The breathtaking coastal scenery and coastal forest, work in concert with Kangaroo Island’s abundance of wildlife, to create an amazing platform for walking. Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third-largest and a third of it is protected within a national park. This unique island sanctuary has become a haven for native animals, particularly threatened and protected species. The track traverses a diverse range of landscape. Eucalypt and mallee forest and striking stretches of coastal landscape dominate the 67km purpose-built walk.

The tall limestone cliffs, reminiscent of the Otways and the massive Southern Ocean swells, contributed to at least 60 ships being wrecked on these shores. It’s also a haven for marine wildlife like whales, even the odd killer whale, seals and dolphins, so be on the lookout.

Family Friendly Non Smoking

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