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Bushwalking in Australia
 
Swan Valley and Perth Hills Trails- This comprehensive site features 41 outstanding nature walk, bike and bridle trails right on the city’s doorstep.
 
 
The Cape to Cape Walk Track runs for 135 km along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge between the lighthouses of Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin in the far south west of Western Australia. It features spectacular coastal and forest scenery, a fascinating geology and history, and wonderful wildflowers in spring.
 
 
The approximately twelve hundred kilometres long Heysen Trail, is Australia's longest dedicated Walking Trail.Beginning, (or ending) in Parachilna Gorge, part of South Australia's world renowned Flinders Ranges, the Trail wends its way south, generally following the Mt. Lofty Ranges, the spine of South Australia.
 
 
There are various walking trails in the Blue Mountains throughout the many beautiful national parks. The Kanangra-Boyd National Park also offers great scenery, bushwalking trails and rocky caves. Further north Wollemi National Park reaches right upto the Hunter Valley in the Lower North Coast of New South Wales.
 
 
 Mawson Trail- Starting just north of Adelaide and travelling to the Outback town of Blinman in the Flinders Ranges, the Mawson Trail is the ideal option for mountain bikers wanting to travel through South Australia's regional and remote rural areas
 
 
Reisling Trail-Traversing the picturesque Clare Valley wine region, the Riesling Trail is one of the first rail-trails to be developed in South Australia. Developed by the Office for Recreation and Sport and the Clare Valley community, the trail runs for 27-kilometres along the old Riverton to Spalding railway line.
 
 
Yarrebilla Trail-The Yurrebilla Trail is an interpretative bushwalking trail through the Adelaide Hills area that is currently being developed by the Department for Environment and Heritage. The trail traverses some of South Australia's most spectacular and interesting landscapes and provides a link between national and conservation parks in the central Mount Lofty Ranges.
 
 

 

 

 

 
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If you like the outdoors, visit Natural Wonders of the World . This site lists 1000 natural world wonders on all seven continents.

 

North American wonders reach from from the lofty peaks of the Cascade Mountain range to the watery paradise of Florida's Everglades.

The South American natural forces can be witnessed in countless forms--you'll find them cascading over the Devil's Throat of the Iguazu Falls, flooding Llanos grasslands.

The Australian Great Barrier Reef stretches to Papua New Guinea, while New Zealand's Tongariro volcano towers above waves of rugged hills.

The African Congo Basin is a network of swamps and emerald forests as diverse as the four counterpoints it unifies. The European and Middle Eastern natural histories include building castles on its rocky peaks, painting frescoes in its caves, trading through its passes, and perishing at its mercy.

The European and Middle Eastern natural histories include building castles on its rocky peaks, painting frescoes in its caves, trading through its passes, and perishing at its mercy.

The dual Asian power of nature is demonstrated through the elements at play in Asia. Fire-spewing volcanoes raise new lands from their summits.Ocean-worlds house water-kingdoms. Finally earth-bound and sky-stretching mountains--figures of inspiration.

The Polar Regions are an icy wilderness where the frozen fingertips of polar icecaps feel their way across stretches of land and water, the Arctic and Antarctic form the polar regions of our globe.