Great Ocean Walk by bothfeet, Victoria
From September to May, discover Australia’s wild beauty on the 104-kilometre Great Ocean Walk, one of the country’s outstanding long-distance walking track. The walk traverses the length of the Shipwreck Coast and Great Ocean Road, along the spectacular coastline between Apollo Bay and the iconic Twelve Apostles. The trail is alive with native wildlife: fur seals, wallabies, koalas, and plants unique to this special corner of the world. The entire walk takes around seven days, or you can choose the shorter four day option. Each night you’ll return to the comfort of bothfeet’s luxury eco villas, with hot showers, private bathrooms and foot spas and dine on fabulous chef prepared regional food and wines.
Larapinta Trail by World Expeditions, Northern Territory
Soak up the ethereal scenery of vast flood plains, razorback rocky outcrops and the glorious scale of this ancient land, on a guided walk along the high ridgelines of the West MacDonnell Range. The 72 kilometre-long Larapinta Trail is ideal for the experienced walker with some challenging sections. It takes around six days to complete. You’ll follow in the footsteps of the land’s traditional owners, early explorers and modern adventurers. Sleep under the stars in a true bushman’s ‘swag’. Stay in exclusive wilderness camps while your hosts prepare meals from local produce in the splendid isolation of the Australian outback.