Some of our most iconic views are now finally enjoying the grand entrance they duly deserve. Time to hitch up the Ezytrail and see them for yourself!
KATOOMBA FALLS, NIGHTLIT WALK, NSW
Fancy an evening stroll through majestic forest? Blue Mountains City Council delivers with a beautifully-lit 1.3km night-time track.
Here, admire many of the region’s iconic geographical wonders sensitively lit till 10.30pm including the Orphan Rock, Katoomba Falls and the glorious Three Sisters.
WINEGLASS BAY, TAS
The view out to Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park was always well worth the effort but a solo experience was never guaranteed.
You can now, however, take your time and space to admire the shimmering waters and contrasting sand thanks to a new hill-side track extending from the original lookout.
Currently, it is a grade 3 walk but easier access is the long-term goal here, with a second car park planned for the trail’s end.
Suspended platforms are providing visitors dramatic new ways to experience our national park’s iconic treasures.
Indeed, you can really feel the roar of the crashing 200m+ cascades at Wollomombi Falls at the newly-built wheelchair accessible lookout.
The Oxley Wild Rivers National Park site delivers an awesome two for one experience with views overlooking Chandler Falls as well.
If you’re hauling the Ezytrail access is no problem either, with caravan- and camper trailer-parking daytime available close by.
MOUNT BUFFALO GORGE, VIC
New for 2021, and available year round is this charming Mount Buffalo Gorge observation lookout.
The look-out is stunning, ‘all-accessible’ and has a small glass pane at the end providing views of the 200m drop below.
It’s perfectly positioned, too, near the Mount Buffalo Chalet built in 1910.
KALBARRI SKYWALK, WA
Long awaited, the Kalbarri Skywalk with twin lookouts is an absolute triumph in engineering.
The wheelchair accessible walk comprises two cantilever bridges hovering 25 and 18m over 80km Murchison River Gorge.
What’s more, the gridded surface provides views of the 100 metre drop below.
All construction at this site is brand new, new roads, and a gorgeous visitor centre and room for the Ezytrail on your way to camp.