Circuit hikes and trails

A circuit hike is a hiking trail that forms a loop, taking you on a complete journey around a particular area and bringing you back to your starting point without having to retrace your steps. It’s like walking around the circumference of a circle, rather than going back and forth on a straight line or leading you on an adventure to a new destination. Find the best circuit hikes in Australia here.

Deep Pass Canyon Walk (2.5km)

Deep Pass Circuit (14km)

Mt Sugarloaf & Djerriwarrh Creek Circuit (20km)

Mount Sugarloaf Loop Walk (12.5km)

Lake Tali Karng and the Sentinels (44km)

Howqua Feeder and Stanleys Name Spur Hike (25km)

Australia’s 16 Highest Peaks

Mount Ida & Dargile Forest Hike (14.5km)

Hotham Huts Walk (18km)

Devils Cave Circuit Walk (3km)

Cobaw Northern Circuit Hike (14km)

Cobaw Pinnacle Loop Hike (9.5km)

Lerderderg Northern Circuit Hike (28km)

Western Arthur Range Traverse Hike (77km)

Mount Anne Circuit Hike (35km)

Walls of Jerusalem: Circuit Hike (34km)

Mount Black Walk (3km)

Kurrajong Trail Walk (1km)

Mount Defiance – Jamieson Creek Circuit Hike (22km)

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