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The Great Walks Oct-Nov issue is back from the printeras and on its way to newsagents and subscribers!

The theme for the issue is 'Colours of Australia' and we feature some of the most spectacular walks and wilderness areas on the continent.

We start in the Northern Territory exploring Kakadu's amazing rock art and gorgeous waterholes before heading to Qld's Carnarvon NP also famous for its rock art and tropical walking trails.

We then head south to spend a week walking part of the Australian Alps Walking Track before we head across to WA to check out Fitzgerald River National Park. We also spend a week on Lord Howe Island trying out the Seven Peaks Walk.

Day walks in the issue include searching for Hobart's famous 'disappearing tarn' and Bowling Green Bay NP, just outside of Townsville.

In our Walksmart section we test 11 of the best rain jackets on the market and show you why you should always carry a PLB on the track.

We've also got another fantastic competition prize – this one for two people to explore WA's Karijini NP and Ningaloo Reef. You're welcome!

AND our latest competition is a walking holiday for two to WA's Karajini NP and Ningaloo Reef, thanks to Inspiration Outdoors!

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