These 16 trails were established by the Royal Geographical Society members and members of the Walking Trails Support Group. For more information, please read the "Contributors" page.
For your safety :
: Check the battery capacity of your device. As a backup, download the map for your walk from - www.walkingtrailssupportgroup.org.au
Contact details for your feedback are also available from this site.
: These are walks in natural areas; be aware of inherent hazards, such as snakes, loose rocks etc.
: Generally easy grade for the ordinary walker. Keep to the trails, follow the maps and markers
: Markers may be blue where creeks have to be negotiated.
: The walks are mostly beyond mobile phone coverage.
: Walk in a party of four, advise a reliable person about your walk intentions and when you expect to return. Let them know when you have returned.
: Wear strong comfortable boots and take adequate food and clothing for hot, cold or wet weather.
: Take at least 2 litres of water per person, more if it is hot.
: Protect yourself from the sun, carry a small first aid kit and insect repellent.