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The Everest Base Camp Packing List for Trekking Females

Cape Tribulation, Tropical North Queensland is a bushwalking paradise with many short walks taking in the beaches or rainforest. #TropicalNorth #Capetribulation #bushwalking

Cape Tribulation, Tropical North Queensland is a bushwalking paradise with many short walks taking in the beaches or rainforest. #TropicalNorth #Capetribulation #bushwalking

Australian Hiking Trails: Ten spectacular places you can only reach on foot. 3 of the 10 are located in Tasmania. Our mountain and coastal walks are legendary. If fact, the series 'Great Walks of Australia' ... of eight, four are in Tasmania! Image credit: Andrew Bain

Australian Hiking Trails: Ten spectacular places you can only reach on foot. 3 of the 10 are located in Tasmania. Our mountain and coastal walks are legendary. If fact, the series 'Great Walks of Australia' ... of eight, four are in Tasmania! Image credit: Andrew Bain

Wattamolla Falls, Coast Track - Bushwalking NSW

Wattamolla Falls, Coast Track - Bushwalking NSW

Lights Beach (east) Denmark, Western Australia the stairs to Princess Pool

Lights Beach (east) Denmark, Western Australia the stairs to Princess Pool

Bushwalking (Australia). 'Western Australia has 96 national parks. The Bibbulmun Track, the mother of them all, starts on the outskirts of Perth and heads nearly 1000km to Albany on the south coast, sheltered by the cooling giant eucalypts of the southern forests. At the Valley of the Giants you can walk through the canopy on the 40m-high Tree Top Walk.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/australia/western-australia

Bushwalking (Australia). 'Western Australia has 96 national parks. The Bibbulmun Track, the mother of them all, starts on the outskirts of Perth and heads nearly 1000km to Albany on the south coast, sheltered by the cooling giant eucalypts of the southern forests. At the Valley of the Giants you can walk through the canopy on the 40m-high Tree Top Walk.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/australia/western-australia

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