Trek Tours Australia is a boutique tour company focussed on taking small groups into the wilds of our beautiful country, onto the paths less travelled and into the heart of the Australian wilderness. Our specialty is quality, deep immersion wilderness experiences; our commitment is to sustainable eco-tourism principles. We employ passionate, highly experienced, professional guides, who deliver world class tours in some of the most spectacular places in Australia. We understand that by looking after our wilderness areas and having a total ‘leave no trace’ policy we are preserving the areas that we visit for future generations. We abide by and believe in the philosophy that when you look after the land, the land looks after you.
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Trek Tours Australia offer a 5 day/4 night fully accommodated guided walking holiday to this truly unique island environment. Our expert guides showcase this brand new walking destination, offering a supportive walking holiday with local knowledge and insights. With it’s rugged coastlines, spectacular old growth native flora and of course the most incredible native wildlife – the Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail is one of the must do walking destinations in Australia.
Day 1 : Pick up Adelaide, ferry Kangaroo Island, Kelly Hill Caves, hike Kelly Hill Caves to Hanson Bay | 9kms
Day 2 : Hike Rocky River to Snake Lagoon | 11kms
Day 3 : Snake Lagoon to Cape du Couedic, Admirals Arch | 14kms
Day 4 : Cape du Couedic to Sanderson Bay, Remarkable Rocks | 16kms
Day 5 : Sanderson Bay to Grassdale, Seal Bay guided walk, ferry to Adelaide | 14kms
The Kakadu Escarpment country is a vast wilderness area in the Top End of Australia. Our exploratory trek takes us from Koolpin Gorge to the spectacular Twin Falls.
Join us on this challenging 7 day full pack exploratory hike, for a unique opportunity to explore the heart of the remote and beautiful southern Kakadu country. This wilderness adventure trek covers approximately 50km between the Koolpin Gorge and Twin Falls.
To explore the Flinders is to experience the essence of our great country. Sir Hans Heysen remarked it was akin to seeing ‘the bones of nature laid bare’. With its’ rugged mountain peaks, immense gorges, sweeping arid desert country and alpine like forests, the Flinders Ranges is a truly unforgettable experience. The Heysen Trail is rated as one of the premier long distance walks of the world and Trek Tours Australia takes you to the heart of it – the Northern Flinders Ranges.
Day 1 : Pick up Adelaide, walk Alligator Gorge | 13kms
Day 2 : Summit Dutchmans Stern, loop walk Warren Gorge | 17kms
Day 3 : Walk Bridle Gap, Wilpena Pound | 13kms
Day 4 : Tanderra Saddle/St Mary Peak trek | 20kms
Day 5 : Walk Yuluna Loop, Brachina Gorge | 12kms
Day 6 : Summit Devils Peak, transfer to Adelaide | 5kms
The Arnhem Land escarpment country is a vast wilderness area in the Top End of Australia. The Jatbula Trail takes us deep into this wild region.
The trail follows an ancient Jawoyn song line through the Nitmiluk National Park. The Jatbula Trail takes us up onto the Arnhem Land Escarpment, through shady monsoon forests, past spectacular waterfalls and their crystal clear swimming pools and introduces us to stunning Jawoyn Aboriginal rock art sites. We camp in some of the most amazing wilderness country in Australia.
Day 1 : Pick up Darwin, drive to Katherine Gorge, walk to Biddlecombe Cascades | 8.3kms
Day 2 : Walk from Biddlecombe Cascades to Crystal Falls | 11kms
Day 3 : Walk from Crystal Falls to Amphitheatre and on to 17 Miles Falls | 10kms
Day 4 : Walk from 17 Miles Falls to Sandy Camp Pool | 17kms
Day 5 : Walk from Sandy Camp to Sweetwater Pool | 11.2kms
Day 6 : Walk from Sweetwater Pool to Leilyn (Edith Falls), drive to Darwin | 4.5kms
Join us on this challenging 9 day off-track, full pack exploratory hike for a unique opportunity to explore the Kakadu Escarpment country, where few non Indigenous people have ever walked.
Day 1 : Depart Darwin, Yellow Water Lagoon Cruise | 5hrs driving, 2 hr cruise
Day 2 : Jim Jim Falls, walk Kakadu Escarpment, camp ‘Utopia’ | 9kms + exploring
Day 3 : Walk Jim Jim Creek, camp The Terraces | 12kms + exploring
Day 4 : Follow headwaters of Jim Jim Creek, explore aboriginal rock art | 13kms + exploring
Day 5 : Twin Creek, rainforests, explore rock art, camp billabong on Twin Creek | 14kms + exploring
Day 6 : Twin Creek, art sites, camp Hidden Valley | 8kms + lots of exploring
Day 7 : Explore Hidden Valley, journey down Twin Creek | 12kms + exploring
Day 8 : Twin Creek Gorge, camp Twin Creek Gorge | 12kms + exploring
Day 9 : Twin Creek Gorge, Twin Falls, return to Darwin | 6kms + 6hrs driving
An exploratory trek deep into Purnunulu National Park and the Bungles.
Rising impressively out of the Ord River Valley in the remote East Kimberly wilderness, the Bungle Bungle Range is the most outstanding example of cone kast sandstone mountains anywhere on earth. The World Heritage Purnunulu National Park offers a unique trekking experience as we journey deep into the magnificent sandstone gorges of the central mountain range of the Bungles.
Day 1 : Depart Kununurra, fly to Purnunulu National Park, Black Rock Pool, Piccaninny Gorge | 13kms
Day 2 to 4 : Explore the chasms of the Five Fingers | approx 6-10kms each day
Day 5 : Descend Piccaninny Creek, Whip Snake Gorge | 14kms
Day 6 : Cathedral Gorge, return to Kununurra | 3kms