Destination Guide – Our 5 Favourite Walking Trails

Nothing beats a long walk to stretch out your legs. Take a pitstop next time you’re exploring in your UEV and try one of our favourite walking tracks.

Kings Canyon, Northern Territory

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It takes about 3-4 hours to complete the six kilometre Kings Canyon Rim walk. It’s challenging, but the spectacular views are definitely worth it. If you want something a little more relaxed, there’s also the two kilometre Kings Creek Walk along the creek bed.


The Pinnacles, Nambung National Park, Western Australia

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Walk through the golden limestone pillars at The Pinnacles, at Nambung National Park to explore this rugged and unique landscape.


Mt Gower, New South Wales

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The 8.5 kilometre walk up the 875 metre Mt Gower is not for the novice bushwalker and is only permitted with a licensed guide. But get to the top and you’ll experience breathtaking views as far as the eye can see.


Lamington National Park, Queensland

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If waterfalls are your thing, you’ll love the trek along the Coomera Circuit at the Lamington National Park, fringed with misty waterfalls throughout the walk.