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As @phoog already wrote, you do not need a transit visa. Note that all the info you might have read about transit visas apply to people who come from outside the Schengen area and leave it immediately (for example India-Madrid-US). Transit rules are quite complicated, see Do I need a visa to transit in the Schengen area? But in your case, the flight ...
Tax and registration requirements and visa regulations are two separate issues. Any type of work, which this is, is most definitely illegal on a Schengen short-stay visa or visa-free stay without a separate authorization.
As an Australian citizen, you cannot get a short-stay Schengen visa under any circumstances. You can however stay in the Schengen area for 90 days without a visa, even if you have stayed in a Schengen country on a long-stay visa before. See Does tourist visa (90 days) apply after a working holiday visa ends in Schengen countries? and in particular this ...
It's not mandatory to know any of them but the only problem is that most of spanish people don't know english, so it's good to have some basics of spanish (castellano). Good luck :)
First of all, Picos de Europa are a mountain range that is quite long (~20km) and without a specific location it is hard to advice. However, for the sake of this answer, I just assume that you want to go to the Refugio Delgado Ubeda, a kind of nice hut in the center of the mountain range. The whole path from San Sebastian via Unquera to the refugio is ...
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