State government to spend $80m establishing treks, with the first – the Great Southern Walk – stretching from Sydney to Wollongong

The New South Wales government will spend $80m creating the state’s first “multi-day walks” including a five-day, 59km hike from Botany Bay to the Illawarra.

The NSW treasurer, Dominic Perrottet, said on Monday that next week’s state budget would include funding to create a series of walks to rival famed Australian hikes such as the Overland Track in Tasmania and Victoria’s Great Ocean Walk.

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Source: Gaurdian

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