Isn’t it amazing how you think you can’t walk another step and then you wake up in the morning, ready to do it all over again?
I must be a slow learner.
Grab your hat, we are off on Day 4 of the Great North Walk from Sydney to Newcastle.
The sun shone brightly and the thermometer topped out at 28°C. Autumn? What’s Autumn?
It was too hot for bushwalking for this happy wanderer, but once I commit to a path it is simply a matter of one foot in front of the other.
Fill up your water bottle, we are off on Day 2 of the Great North Walk.
To continue my Year of Adventure theme, I am delighted to share with you a little-known walk that delivers an amazing blend of city hustle, harbour views, and a dose of suburbia, before it launches off into wild and pristine Australian bush, past hidden rivers, then lurching back into suburbia and swamping you with glorious ocean views.
Phew! What is this walk that includes a bit of everything?
Welcome to…The Great North Walk.
If you have ever dreamed of visiting Outback Australia, then Karijini National Park is the perfect place to start.
Brilliant, starlit night skies.
Red, red rock and dust.
And gorgeous gorges to explore and swim.
Let’s head down into Knox Gorge.