Here's a few useful websites that I refer to regularly;
The Abels, a concept created by Bill Wilkinson - I first bought a book called 'The Abels - Volume 1' in the late 1990s'. I have bought every new addition since and it is a constant resource I refer to. You can buy the books at any good bookshop. Otherwise, check out their website.
Great source of general bushwalking talk and info
If you want to read about one crazy hiker then follow Cam Honan. His blog converted me to an semi-ultralight hiker and he's done some amazing stuff. Check it out;
Zane has done all of the Abels, and in record time. This is a 'go to' source of info for me if i'm taking on a new Abel;
Great source of Tassie walk info and great notes and photos. Rockmonkey does a lot of hiking;
I love history and especially bushwalking history. If you want to see how they did it tough back in the day then read some of Keith Lancaster's meticulous hiking notes. Just incredible!
Before I buy any new gear, I check this website out first;
Louis-Phillipe Loncke is a pretty Mad Belgian and a great explorer. Been lucky enough to spend some time with him. In 2018 he completed a walk from the north coast of tassie to the south coast of Tassie. Oh, and it was in winter and he carried all of his food and fuel for the entire trip, starting with 65kg!! Read about it here;
I use a Suunto Spartan Ultra watch on all my treks these days. Their route planning software is pretty cool;
Great source of gear in Australia. These guys will refund you if it doesn't fit and i've never had an issue;
This is a good reference point when trying to decide on gear weights. While it is an online shop, you can sort items by weight.