WHEN TWO EXPERT GUIDES ARE BETTER THAN ONE
Having two experienced guides means that on most days we can allow for both easier and more challenging walking options. Walks generally progress along a linear route without the need to retrace your steps, with minimal vehicle transfer time, so you get extra time to explore the area on your own or to relax. (Small groups of less than 7 walkers on the Blue Mountains Grand Traverse trip will be accompanied by one guide.)
A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE
With nearly 30 years’ experience, Auswalk has a unique perspective on walking holidays. The trips are as diverse as they are memorable. Rack up some serious mileage with long-distance walking tracks or travel by minibus with stops for walks along the way, or choose trips which explore the area from a central accommodation base. Whatever you prefer, you’ll visit the must-see places and venture well beyond the beaten path to locations that few have the privilege of experiencing.
ALL THE CREATURE COMFORTS
You’ll sleep and eat well, as each night is spent in comfortable accommodation ranging from boutique inns to wilderness retreats in beautiful locations. All have ensuites, so you can look forward to a hot shower at the end of your walking day. We pride ourselves on providing the very best food available; chef prepared a la carte meals being the norm.
All meals are included.
IN GOOD COMPANY
A group-guided walking holiday is for those who want to meet other like-minded adventure-seekers, enjoy camaraderie and prefer to walk with knowledgeable guides.
GETTING THERE AND BACK
Most start and finish points of our walking holidays are in major capital cities, with a few in major regional centres in easy reach of direct flights.
SOME OF OUR POPULAR GROUP-GUIDED WALKS
Some of our more popular group-guided walks include, but are not limited to these: