Return hikes and trails

A return hike, also known as an out-and-back hike, is the most straightforward type of hiking trail. Unlike circuit or one-way hikes, it takes you on a single path that starts and finishes at the same location. Think of it like walking down a straight line and then turning back to come home the same way. Find the best return hikes in Australia here.

Glory Farm Walk (2.6km)

Lockleys Pylon Walking Track (7km)

Jewfish Walk (600m)

Govetts Creek Lookout Walk (2.9km)

Mount Grenfell Art Site Walk (3km)

Pheasants Peak Walking Track (4km)

Perrys Lookdown to Blue Gum Forest Walking Track (4km)

Govetts Leap Descent Walk (1.8km)

Duffy’s Track & Slade Lookout Walk (2.5km)

Hawke Head Drive to Box Head Walk (3.1km)

Old Geehi Hut Tour Walk (5.5km)

Forest Walking Track – Gibraltar Walk (3.5km)

Tea Tree Picnic Area to Bird Island Lookout Walk (200m)

Zig-Zag Railway Walk (4.6km)

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