Go bush! 3 awesome walks to try this weekend!

Bushwalking

Nothing beats packing up the car, temporarily abandoning the city and heading out into the great outdoors. We’ve found some sweet walks complete with stunning water features to check out this weekend.

Serpentine Falls

Perth

Serpentine Falls
W: parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/serpentine
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Easily reachable from Perth’s CBD and offering incredible waterfalls, you’d be crazy not to check out this idyllic spot! The expansive bush is a great place for working up an appetite before throwing down the picnic rug and taking in the unspoilt views.

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Natural Bridge, Springbrook National Park

Gold Coast

Natural Bridge, Springbrook National Park
W: nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/springbrook/about.html 

Nestled in the Gold Coast hinterland, Natural Bridge is home to waterfalls, caves and lush rainforest. Enjoy a walk through this secluded spot, enjoy a picnic or simply marvel in the natural beauty. This area is also home to a colony of glow-worms, so stick around till sunset to see this incredible feat of nature. There’s also an overnight camping option for those who want linger a little longer.

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Bundeena, Royal National Park

Sydney

Bundeena, Royal National Park
W: sydney.com/destinations/sydney/sydney-south/bundeena 

With secluded bays, bushland walks and quiet beaches, this is a winning spot in our books! If you’re feeling adventurous, hire a bike and cycle through the Royal National Park, with has a variety of trails suited to all fitness levels. Or get active off land and try kayaking or stand-up paddle boarding.

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