Perhaps, the best way to discover Australia is on foot. Besides the cloud-kissing towers and globally renowned malls, the country boasts an abundance of nature’s bounty. It is a rich destination in terms of flora, fauna, and other marvels of nature. To discover these wonders of nature on foot, check out some of the best walking tours in Australia.

Tropical Top End

Situated in the Top End region of the Northern Territory, Kakadu is Australia’s biggest national park. This national park is home to more than 60 species of mammals. Dingoes, possums, bats, and kangaroos are amongst the rare species that can be spotted here. This place is also known for the longest surviving human civilization in the world as it is home to Aborigines who have been living in Kakadu for at least 40,000 years now. This part of Australia is certainly not worth missing and it offers one of the most diverse walking trails in Australia.

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island offers a five-day walking tour that allows you to experience the untouched beauty of nature. Amidst the tranquil atmosphere and raw beauty of nature, there are lots of comfortable accommodation facilities and sumptuous food options. Enjoy watching the playful sea lions, admire the fur seals, take in the breathtaking views of the rocky landscapes, and stay at historic lighthouse accommodation – this wonderful destination has it all for you. The five day walking is definitely worth the trip to this place. Kelly Hills Caves, Admirals arch, and Flinders Chase National Park are amongst the must-visit spots here.

Bibbulmun Track and Beyond

This nine-day walking tour will take you across some of the most pristine beaches and magnificent forests of Australia. This tour includes two of the Australia’s best walking trails, namely Bibbulmun Track and the Cape to Cape track. You would love the breathtaking panoramic views from the cliff-top vantage points. You can also hike up to the Monkey Rock for an up-top view of Denmark’s Wilson Inlet. This place also boasts prolific wildflower displays during the springtime. Vibrant colors, untouched natural beauty, crystal blue waters, white sandy beaches, and the rugged cliffs of Great South West Edge are some of the marvels of this trail.

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