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  • 4.1/5 rating (9 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 15 km
  • 4 -5 hours

Cape Schanck - Gunnamatta - Cape Schanck

Mornington Peninsula National Park

This walk offers spectacular views of the Mornington Peninsula, the Wild Coast, and Cape Schanck. The walk takes you along 5 kilometres of the beautiful Gunnamatta surf beach and native coastal bush. Involves climbing 439 steps on return journey.

  • 4.2/5 rating (5 votes)
  • Day
  • Hard
  • 18 km
  • 5 - 6 hours

Cape Schanck - Gunnamatta - Rye Back Beach

Mornington Peninsula National Park

There are some pleasant bush tracks at first then a lot of beach walking, with excellent coastal cliff views at Cape Schanck. Car shuffle required.

  • 3.5/5 rating (16 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 11.4 km
  • 4 hours

Centenary Walk and The Island

Werribee Gorge State Park

A walk through attractive yellow gum woodland to an isolated volcanic hill between Myrniong Creek and the Werribee River.

  • 4.6/5 rating (5 votes)
  • Day
  • Easy
  • 8.5 km
  • 2.5 hrs

Central Springs to Tipperary Springs

Hepburn Regional Park

The walk takes the Tipperary Walking Track from Central Springs, at the picturesque Lake Daylesford, to Tipperary Springs. There are several mineral springs visited en-route to sample the waters. 

  • 3.6/5 rating (5 votes)
  • Short
  • Very Easy
  • 6 km
  • 2.5 hours

Cherry Walk

This is a delightful amble along the Ovens River virtually in the town of Bright. The name of the walk comes from the Cherry family which lost six children to diphtheria in an epidemic in 1871.

  • 2.3/5 rating (6 votes)
  • Day
  • Hard
  • 14 km
  • 8 hours

Chinamans - Ararat Reservoir - Chinamans

Mt Cole State Forest

A variety of interesting bushland and rocky outcrops, passing the Ararat reservoir and Victoria Mill site.  Includes a number of steep climbs and descents with excellent views of the plains to the west.

  • 5.0/5 rating 1 vote
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 16.6 km
  • 5.0 hrs

Chocolate Mill Walk

Hepburn Regional Park

Commencing on part of the Great Dividing Trail and walking north as far as the Chocolate Mill, the route passes evidence of the gold mining era in Beehive Gully. Crossing into the Hepburn Regional Park, the track continues along 4WD tracks, off-track through scrub alongside the highway and unmade back roads through small agricultural holdings up to a ridgeline where there are spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. The route continues along unmade back roads with a very steep descent to a ford before returning past a quaint miner's cottage to the cars.

  • 2.6/5 rating (12 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium Hard
  • 12.5 km or 18km
  • 4 hours or 6 hours

Cobungra Ditch Walking Track, Mt Hotham

Alpine National Park

A journey to discover why and how this water race was constructed in 1883-84. This is not just an ordinary water race, this was an engineering wonder that had to be surveyed and cut through one of the harshest and rugged landscapes in Australia.  There are a number of information boards along the walk.  Involves a descent at the beginning and a steady ascent at the end with walk along the ditch being mostly level with good views of the mountains. 

  • 4.0/5 rating 1 vote
  • Short
  • Very Easy
  • 3 km
  • 1.5 hours

Corral Peak and Mahomet's Tomb

Mount Buffalo National Park

This is a short walk in an area of Mt Buffalo that has numerous large rock features. 100m climb and descent.




  • 0.0/5 rating (0 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 14.5 km
  • 4.5 hrs

Creswick Waters

Creswick Regional Park

The Creswick area was extensively mined from the 1850s to 1880s and evidence of mining activity is still evident.  The walk includes: Blue Waters; St Georges Lake, built as a mining dam for the Creswick State Battery which operated into the 20th century; Cosgrove Reservoir, a water supply for Creswick; and the remains of Eatons Dam wall, built of stone and earth that was breached in 1933 following intensive rain.

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