Last-Minute Adventures For The Easter Long Weekend

By the Wild Women On Top Team

If you haven’t yet got a fabulous adventure planned for the Easter long weekend, fret not. It might be too late to organise hiking around Auckland or surfing in Indonesia, but it’s not too late to explore the gorgeous wilderness that’s right on your doorstep.

Here are our top picks for your long weekend adventures…

New South Wales

Kanangra-Boyd National Park

Blue Mountains

Hike around Kanagra Walls and camp overnight at Boyd River campground. You'll love this gorgeous, riverside spot that’s the perfect base for hiking and mountain biking.

Tasmania

Walls of Jerusalem National Park

Wild Women of Hobart, explore! You can’t beat the Walls of Jerusalem National Park – it’s iconic Tassie wilderness at its best.

South Australia

Fleurieu Peninsula

Parsons Beach

Get a taste of Adelaide Coastrek by hiking the best of the Heyson Trail from Parsons Beach to Victor Harbour. Do it in a day, and then enjoy the fine food and wine the Fleurieu Peninsula has to offer.

If you want more of Adelaide, register your interest for Adelaide Coastrek here. 

Victoria

Wilsons Promontory National Park

Wilsons Prom

Melbournians, head down to the glorious Wilsons Prom for your long weekend and enjoy the rugged headlands and peaceful coast of Victoria’s southern-most point.

If you'd prefer to explore Wilsons Prom with a team of Wild Women, join Di Westaway on a magical Wild Adventure in November. Book here. 

Queensland

Lamington National Park

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Less than 2 hours southwest of Brisbane, the pristine Lamington National Park is a glorious area to explore for a day or four over Easter. If you’re there for the weekend, also make time to check out Springbrook National Park, including the Natural Bridge! Breathtaking.

Western Australia

Cape to Cape track

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Hike the most spectacular sections of the Cape to Cape track, at the southwestern tip of Western Australia! This gorgeous part of the world is only three hours from Perth, with the added bonus of the Margaret River on its doorstep. Start packing!

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If Easter is too soon but you're keen to get some Wild Adventure dates in the diary, check out our upcoming trips here. 

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