Definition of bushwalking in English:

bushwalking

Line breaks: bush|walk|ing

noun

[mass noun] chiefly Australian /NZ
Hiking or backpacking.
More example sentences
  • Norma has been bushwalking for almost 15 years but she says the experience has made her rethink her safety - she'll now carry food and equipment even on the simplest of day walks.
  • While summer is the perfect time to be outdoors - whether it's bushwalking at a national park or pottering around the garden - it's also the most likely time to run into a snake.
  • Pioneers of bushwalking and advocates of national parks were the harbingers of an engagement with nature that at last offered respect for and restitution of the environment.

Derivatives

bushwalker

noun
More example sentences
  • We are not experienced bushwalkers, but found the walks to be pleasant, interesting and not too long for little legs.
  • Mr Coulter was found semi-conscious in his car a few hours later by bushwalkers.
  • To be a good canyoneer here, you must be a great bushwalker.

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