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Covid – 19 Virus and the Trail 

The National Trail is open, however, it is recommended that trekkers follow the relevant State Government restrictions for regional and interstate travel and whether camping is allowed. To check out the condition of  the Trail and ensure private property is accessible in this time of Covid-19, it is best to contact the section coordinator for the area of Trail you wish to travel , especially in areas affected by bushfire.

Australia’s premier long distance trekking route for the self reliant trekker stretches an incredible 5330 kilometres from Cooktown to Healesville…


Latest News

  • Covid 19 and the Trail 17 June 2020

    It is now recommended that trekkers follow the relevant State Government restrictions for regional and interstate travel and whether camping is allowed. To check out the condition of  the Trail and ensure private property is accessible in this time of Covid-19, it is best to contact the section coordinator for the area of Trail you wish ...

  • Covid 19 and State regulations on the Trail 17 June 2020

    In line with both State and Federal Governments’ recommendations and restrictions, the National Trail Board is recommending that trekkers follow their own State’s recommendations for regional and interstate travel and whether camping is allowed. It is best of course to contact the section coordinator of the area of trail you wish to travel to check ...

  • Covid – 19 Virus, restrictions and Trail closure 27 March 2020

      In line with both State and Federal Governments’ recommendations and restrictions, the National Trail Board is recommending that trekkers follow their own State’s recommendations for regional and interstate travel and whether camping is allowed. It is best of course to contact the section coordinator of the area of trail you wish to travel to check ...