Explore the NSW
Needing a little more adventure in your life or just want to escape the city and head outdoors? There are so many great places you can add to your NSW bushwalks bucket list. With over 200 national parks to explore, you have endless choices of what you can see and do.
Browse bushwalks, waterfalls, swimming holes and other adventure locations all around New South Wales. NSW offers a huge variety of scenery types, From mountains, coastal tracks, rainforests and the outback. Have a favourite NSW national park? we'd love to hear about it, tag us on Instagram at #pioneerwalks and submit a walk to our website here
Popular NSW Bushwalks
While many people debate about the best NSW bushwalks on offer, there are a few that stand out as popular walks amongst the bushwalking communities and tourists alike. Without a doubt, The Royal National Park
is one of the most visited National Parks in NSW, alongside the Snowy Mountains
region and the Blue Mountains
, with the Jamison Valley being a major tourist destination.
Other popular NSW bushwalking regions include the bushwalks around Sydney
and the Southern Highlands
. All of these spots offer stunning views of the natural environment and give walkers the chance to get up close and personal with the local flora and fauna.
NSW National Parks and walks extend out to the outback with plenty of great local walks home to sacred artworks and untouched wilderness. Inland Australia offers many unique locations and vast landscapes. Hike through places like Gundabooka National Park where you can explore the desert and view Aboriginal art or venture along the coastline of the Saphire Coast. Australia really has it all! Happy hiking!