Bushwalking in Australia
Lonely Planet Publications, Jan 1, 1992 - Travel - 218 pages
The best way to enjoy Australia's incomparable natural beauty is on foot. This guide covers all states and all terrains, from Queensland's remarkable Fraser Island, the alpine splendour of the south-eastern high country to remote world heritage areas in south-west Tasmania. It offers all walkers the opportunity to discover some os Australia's most spectacular sights away from the hassle and hordes of the city.
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Adelaide airline Alice Springs alpine Alternative Campsites Australia beach Binna Burra Bogong Bogong High Plains bushwalking bushwalking shops Cairns camping area car park car shuffle centre circuit cliffs coast Collect the packs Cradle Mountain Creek cross descend east equipment Eurong excellent fire trail flat Flinders Ranges follow the track forest Fraser Island Frenchmans Cap Gorge gully Highway Hobart hostels island Lake leaves Lookout Lyell Highway main track Melbourne metres minutes mountain National Park north-east north-west northern Overland Track passes Peak plains plateau rainforest range rangers ridge River road rock route saddle sand season sidetrip South Wales south-east south-west stove summit Sydney Tasmania tent three km track climbs track continues track junction track leads track south Turn left Turn right valley Victoria views walkers walking track weather Western Wilpena Pound Wilsons Promontory