The Great North Walk
Although it links two of Australia’s most populated cities, Sydney and Newcastle, and passes through some beautiful bushland, the Great North Walk does not get the foot traffic you might expect.
A 250-kilometre, 12–16-day walk, with an offshoot to the Hunter Valley, it has beautiful sections through coastal rainforest, down gorges, through mangroves and up sandstone ridges, as well as sneaking through surprising pockets of bush on the outskirts of urban areas. There are plenty of places to get on and off the track for day walks, and quiet bush-camping areas with water.
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