Adventure through the Australian Alps

Aussie 10 Peaks

28 - 31 May 2020
Experience something unforgettable.

Registrations to trek the Aussie 10 Peaks are now open!

Aussie 10 Peaks
28 - 31 May 2020
  • Unnamed Peak (South-West of Abbott Peak)
  • Abbott Peak
  • Mount Townsend
  • Alice Rawson Peak
  • Carruthers Peak
  • Mount Twynam
  • Rams Head North
  • Rams Head
  • Unnamed Peak (on Etheridge Ridge)
  • Mount Kosciuszko

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"By taking on this challenge, the
trekkers are showing just how determined they
are to promote the important work we do and
they will help us continue providing the best
possible support for children and young people
suffering from abuse and neglect."
Dr Neil Carrington, Act for Kids CEO

About the Aussie 10 Peaks Trek

About the Trek

This 4-day walking experience takes you to through the Australian Alps – The Aussie 10 Peaks is a short sharp adventure across the 10 highest peaks in Australia all in the Kosciuszko National Park.

It’s a physical and mental challenge to trek almost 60-kilometers in a long weekend as you take on the elements. You will return with a newfound respect for this great country but also for yourself and what you’re capable of achieving.

With the backdrop of the picturesque Snowy Mountains and some of the highest glacial views in Australia, the weekend is filled with breathtaking adventure. This trek is stunning, challenging and a bucket-list must-do.

About the Cause

The proceeds from our Trek for Kids goes back to Act for Kids to provide free life-changing therapy to abused and neglected children across Australia. Act for Kids has been delivering therapy and support services to kids and families for thirty years and now has over 26 centres nationally. All of their services are provided free of charge and they rely heavily on fundraising and donations to continue to make a difference.

Am I up for the challenge?

Absolutely! Expeditioning and traveling in environments such as the Australian Alps is exciting, enjoyable and unforgettable, if you’re comfortable and warm. Making sure you have the right clothing and equipment is a safety requirement due to the temperature extremes.

The first step is making sure you have the right type of cold weather clothing. Don’t be fooled into thinking this is easy. A higher level of fitness will increase your ability to deal with the harsh environment especially if the weather takes a turn.

I want to know more…

Are you thinking about signing up for the trek or want to know more about the cost and fundraising expectations?

Request a trekkers information pack by clicking on the “contact us” tab or send an email to for more information.

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