The Australian Husky is a dog that comes from two remarkably intelligent, extremely energetic and notoriously independent breeds. Like any hybrid, there is a wide range of habits this dog may acquire, but they are always demanding. They tend to mature somewhat slowly, but with the right training and socialization, their seemingly insatiable energy can be channeled away from the destructiveness that often accompanies their puppyhood.
Because these dogs are as intelligent as they are hyperactive, they will seek to escape, and they can jump very high. Agility puzzles are very good, and having tasks that keep them purposefully busy is best. They can learn quickly with the proper training.
Aussie Huskies can be stubborn, and you should be prepared for this. There is a lot that their parent breeds do, and there is quite a bit that these dogs will innately desire too. They tend to not hesitate to start chewing on things — such as furniture — when they get bored.
They need not only a lot of exercise but work and play that will burn their energy. Long daily walks are just the start. If walks are all they are allowed, they usually become stronger but still unfulfilled. If you don't have a large, very secure yard to play in, frequent visits to the dog park to play frisbee and other such games is essential.