The Bicentennial Trail is the longest marked route in the world – a 5,300km walking track (One Way). The Trail follows the historic coach and stock routes, old pack horse trails, and country roads. Wherever possible along its great length the Trail has been designed to be a “living history” of our country, following the routes of our early pioneers and highlighting historic sites and artifacts along the way. The Bicentennial Trail gives access to some of Australia’s wildest, most remote country in the world and provides endless fascination for those interested in Australia’s unique flora and fauna. Access to the Lithgow section of the trail is via Glen Davis, following the track on to Pantoney’s Crown at Capertee, on to Wallerawang via the Wolgan Gap.
* Please note, use of this trail is limited to members of the Bicentennial National Trail.
Location: Cooktown in Queensland to Healesville in Victoria.