Great Walk Network

What is The Great Walk

Great Walks are all about people camping together in nature to walk the land and live in community sharing responsibilities. We organise food, walks, activities and provide equipment including a bus, kitchen facilities and a marquee for shelter. Sometimes we walk out of camp and other times we bus to and from the start of a walk. Walks are are organised for interest and variety and cater to all levels of ability.


We mainly walk in the South West of Western Australia and have occasional walks inland and further north.


We organise two walks per year during Autumn and Spring school holidays, plus a summer camp.

Upcoming Walks


The Great Walk is a non-profit organisation run by a committee of volunteers.

Meet the team

Latest Posts

Gondwana Stories

By |May 14th, 2021|Announcements, Great Walk Stories|

Walking and Singing on wonderful country How special it is to walk and sing on the special country connecting the Mt Roe, Stirling Range ( Koi Kyenunu-ruff) and Porongurup National Parks. The Great Walk Network, with input from Green Skills, just completed nine days of walking and camping. Warm camp fires, season opening rain, bush corridors, salt lakes, and ancient mountains! Add lots of delicious vegetarian meals, celebratory songs, guided tours on regenerative agriculture and eco restoration, and much [...]

Quobba Station Winter Walk

By |May 16th, 2021|Upcoming Walks|

GWN Trip July 12th - 21st 2021Quobba Station is 1000kms north, on the Indian Ocean, 70km north of Carnarvon. Its northern end runs along 80km of the southern end of Ningaloo Reef. We will take the long drive to snorkel there one day (it's wonderful snorkeling in shallow water - wetsuits are good and floating things and snorkeling gear of course!) but the other days we will be camped near a reef and shell beach. No swimming but lovely shell [...]


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