Hiking is a great activity that is extremely cost effective and for being social. That’s why we decided to list our favourite hiking and walking spots around New South Wales.
When writing a list about the best hiking spots in NSW, the Blue Mountains is an obvious choice.
However, after careful consideration- we decided that the Grand Canyon is by far the most impressive. Sandstone walls and waterfalls at every stop, what more could you want?
For something different, try out the North Wall walk in Ballina, a town in northern NSW.
You can walk right out into the sea on a man-made rock wall and all the way back into the sleepy, coastal town.
Another coastal walk, the Royal National Park Coast Track is one you can’t miss.
Eroded rocks and tall cliffs lingering over the beautiful blue ocean, it’s a great escape from city living.
This one can get a bit chilly in winter and often get’s snowbound, but this walk in the summertime is unbeatable.
Found along the Victorian border, this mountainous terrain is a great switch from the coastline. Cross snowy rivers and trek past abandoned lodges for a fun day out.
Described as an urban-coastal walk, the Bondi to Coogee walk is great for those in Sydney wanting to get away to the outer ‘burbs.
There are some great cafes to stop for a coffee along the way and views that you simply just can’t beat.
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