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.

Hideaway Bay Walk (2km)

Counts Point Hike (15km)

Mount Sonder Hike (16km)

Brinkley Bluff Hike (20km)

Ruby Gap & Glen Annie Gorge Walk (16km)

Sandy Bay Hike (8km)

Balancing Rock Walk (2km)

Honeyeater Lookout Walk (7.5km)

Wineglass Bay Hike (7km)

Middle Creek Walk (6km)

Raglan Falls Hike (11km)

Mount Allan Fire Trail Walk (9km)

Booloumba Gold Mine Walk (5km)

Strangler Cairn Walk (6km)

Artists Cascades Hike (11.5km)

Gar Waterfalls Walk (4.2km)

Boroka Lookout from Halls Gap Hike (12km)

Signal Peak Hike (7.5km)

Carappee Hill Hiking Trail (4.6km)

N’Dhala Gorge Walk (3.5km)

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