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Walking Tracks

Great North Walk The Great North Walk, between Sydney and Newcastle, has many entry and exits points meaning you can enjoy the idyllic scenery for an hour, a day or even a week. With campsites and changing scenery throughout, the 250km walk is a must do.
Six Foot Track The Six Foot Track, linking Katoomba with Jenolan Caves, winds through some of the most stunning native bushland in NSW. Following the 45km route of the original horse track in 1884, this walk is steeped in history and usually takes three days to walk. However, shorter walks can also be taken on selected sections of the track.
Wiradjuri The Wiradjuri Walking Track, suitable for people of all ages follows a 42km trail around the city of Wagga Wagga.
Abrahams Bosom Tracks The Abrahams Bosom Walking Track, a 9 km track popular with locals and visitors alike, is only a 35 minute drive from Nowra.
Bicentennial National Trail The Bicentennial National Trail traverses NSW on its passage between Cooktown in northern Queensland and Healesville near Melbourne in Victoria. The trail is a multi use (non-motorised) trail down the Great Dividing Range.
Walking Safely Essential information about staying safe whilst enjoying the great outdoors for anyone thinking about embarking on a walk along Crown Land Walking Tracks.
Walking Tracks FAQs Check out our comprehensive list of responses to frequently asked questions about our walking tracks.
History Crown Land walking tracks are steeped in history. Read on to discover interesting facts about the origins of our three main tracks the Hume and Hovell Walking Track, Great North Walk and Six Foot Track.
Events and Commercial Operators Are you looking to hold an event on a Crown Land Walking Track? Or would you like to run tours or a commercial operation on Crown Land walking tracks? Find out more information and contact details
Walking tips Links to tips on walking safety