Australia possesses natural beauty that even ‘non-outdoorsy’ people can appreciate. As an island country, the coastline – either rugged and rocky or smooth and sandy – stretches for 22,292 miles (35,876 km). The overall size of Australia is just smaller than the 48 contiguous states of the USA with mountains, deserts and tropical rainforests scattered about. This mix of landscapes provides the avid hiker with plenty of trails, and we’ve listed 5 of the best!
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