A night sky filled with sparkling stars is something to behold. And there’s no better place to experience it than on one of the Great Walks of Australia.
Rest, recover and be at peace with nature beneath a blanket of stars so bright they seem to sparkle like diamonds. A canvas of glittering stanzas really is a once in a lifetime experience – and with no phone signal, the only “scrolling” you’ll be doing before you drift off to sleep will be with your eyes, as you make wish after wish on the hundreds of shooting stars you’re guaranteed to witness. This may sound like a bit of a dream, but it’s reality on many of the Great Walks of Australia.
When you’re staying in ecolodges and camps, often in remote locations, our walkers have the opportunity to see stars in their full intensity, planets, shooting stars and even the Milky Way. The added bonus in winter is that these starry nights are longer, so you have even more time to sit back and enjoy another of nature’s masterpieces. It’s all about enjoying the experience with a guide as the adventure and learning continue into the evening.
Gaze upon some of the starry nights you could experience on your next Great Walk of Australia, with the gallery below.
Spicers Scenic Rim Walk, QueenslandSleep beneath a canopy of stars.Zoom
Classic Larapinta Trek in ComfortStay in comfort overnight in Camp Fearless with Great Walks of Australia.Zoom
The Milky WayView the stunning night skies on the Spicers Scenic Rim Walk.Zoom
Spicers Scenic Rim WalkEnjoy star gazing at night.Zoom
The Maria Island Walk, TasmaniaEnjoy uninterrupted views of the stars from your camp at night.Zoom
Company by the fireShare stories with fellow walkers around the fire as you sit beneath the night sky.Zoom
Traditional Bush Tucker.Indulge in some bush tucker with a local Aboriginal elder on the Scenic Rim Trail in South East Queensland.Zoom
Twelve Apostles Lodge WalkGaze into the night sky and see the stars sparkle like never before.Zoom