Hikes & Walks
Discover the natural beauty of NSW on walking trails and tracks in magnificent national parks, along the dazzling coastline and across the striking Outback. You’ll be amazed by the UNESCO World Heritage areas, including the Blue Mountains and the ancient Gondwana Rainforests.
National parks and reserves cover nearly five million hectares of NSW. You can join expert guides on a range of walking and hiking tours or explore the wonderfully diverse natural attractions at your own pace. Before you depart on any outdoor adventures, be sure to read these bushwalking safety tips from the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.
Explore NSW's best walks
Top places for hiking & bushwalking
Four ways to hike your way to heaven in NSW
Whether between beaches, through waterfall-cooled rainforest, atop a snowy mountain or across the wild Outback, hiking opportunities throughout NSW are as diverse as they are dazzling.
An unexpected adventure for first time bushwalkers in Eden
Think of Eden and you probably think of beaches and whales. But ancient forested tracks and historic trail-side stopovers make this Sapphire Coast town the ideal spot for first-time bushwalkers.