One Way hikes and trails

A one-way hike, also sometimes called a point-to-point hike, is a walking route that doesn’t loop back to its starting point. Instead, it takes you from one destination (the trailhead) to another (the endpoint), covering a variety of terrain and scenery along the way. Unlike circuit hikes, where you see the same sights twice, one-way hikes offer a constantly evolving experience. Find the best one-way hikes in Australia here.

The Three Lost Children Walk (15km)

Tipperary Track (15km)

Great Dividing Trail: Lerderderg Track (89km)

The Great Dividing Trail Network (300km)

Great Dividing Trail: Dry Diggings Track (58km)