Definition of bushwalk
: to walk in the bush : hike … five young adventurers who rode mountain bikes, kayaked and bushwalked from Mt Kosciusko to the Victorian coast. — Australian Geographic, July-September 1990 One of the pioneers in the island's national-park movement was an Austrian outdoorsman named Gustav Weindorfer, who bushwalked the mountainous interior [of Tasmania], fell in love with the sublime landscape, and never left. — Jamie James, Atlantic Monthly, March 2000
bushwalksAn initiative of the National Parks Association, the bushwalks aim to promote fitness and an enjoyment of the delights offered by the Australian wilderness. — Andrew Drummond, Illawarra (Australia) Mercury, 15 Oct. 2005
bushwalkersA young Victorian bushwalker suffering from exposure will be taken from the south-west of Tasmania by helicopter today. — The Age (Melbourne, Australia), 2 Apr. 1975
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