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.

Liffey Falls Rail Trail Walk (5km)

Wineglass Bay & Hazards Beach Circuit Hike (12.8km)

The Nut Circuit Walk (2.9km)

Rosny Hill Circuit Track (2.8km)

Freycinet Peninsula Circuit Hike (30km)

Lady Barron Falls Circuit Hike (6km)

Leven Canyon Walk (1.8km)

Circle Track Walk (1.2km)

Labillardiere Peninsula Circuit Hike (18km)

Trousers Point Flinders Island Walk (5km)

Lauderdale Wetlands Track (700m)

Fluted Cape Walk (6.6km)

Natone Hill Circuit Track (2.7km)

Pencil Pine King Billy Tracks Hike (8.8km)

Springlawn Nature Walk (4.8km)

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