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Central Victoria

  • 3.6/5 rating (44 votes)
  • Short
  • Medium
  • 11km
  • 3 - 4 hours

Aireys Inlet Beaches and Cliff Tops

Starting from the Uruquhart Bluff carpark, west of Anglesea, The walk goes along the beach to Split Point near Airey's Inlet, then returns via the clifftops to the start point.

The beaches and rock shelves between Urquhart Bluff and Split Point Lighthouse provide excellent walking and wonderful views at low tide. Rock formations, colourful cliffs, coastal views from water level, clifftop panoramas, rock pools and coastal heathland provide contrast and variety along this very scenic section of coastline.

  • 3.2/5 rating (14 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 14 km
  • 4 -5 hours

Anglesea Clifftops and Eumeralla Flora Reserve

Starting from Anglesea River, the walk joins the Surf Coast Walk through heathland and gullies, then turns north to make a circuit through forest and 4WD tracks, returning via Coogoorah park and wetlands back to Anglesea.

  • 3.4/5 rating (24 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 12 km
  • 4 hours

Anglesea Perimeter Track - Eastern Section

Great Otway National Park

This walk follows part of the Anglesea Perimeter Track through attractive forest and heathland country, following a series of interlinking tracks. Great views of the coast, and the countryside around Anglesea.  Much of the area covered by this walk is environmentally sensitive and walkers are asked to respect the land and not walk off track.

  • 3.7/5 rating (18 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 14 km
  • 4 -5 hours

Anglesea Perimeter Track - Western Section

Great Otway National Park

Starting from Coogoorah Park in the middle of Anglesea, this circuit walk climbs up via woodland paths, to provide great views over Anglesea, then descends through O'Donohue Reserve and back via coastal paths.  Much of the area covered by this walk is in an environmentally sensitive area and walkers are asked to respect the land and not walk off track.

  • 2.9/5 rating (8 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 15 km
  • 4 hours

Around Eastern View

Great Otway National Park

Starting at Memorial Arch on the Great Ocean Rd, this walk leads inland to Coalmine track, then via Moggs Creek track to Moggs Creek picnic area. The walk continues along a pleasant walking track to a great viewing point overlooking the coast then descends back to the beach to complete the circuit.

  • 3.0/5 rating (8 votes)
  • Day
  • Easy
  • 10 km
  • 4.5 hours

Babbington Hill

Wombat State Forest

A walk through Wombat State Forest with attractive forested scenery on the lower slopes of Babbington Hill and over the hill-top with views of the surrounding country.

  • 2.8/5 rating (21 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 14 km
  • 5 hours

Balt Camp Circuit

Wombat State Forest

A circuit walk following part of the Great Dividing Trail (GDT) from Nolan Creek Picnic Area to 'Balt Camp' ruins, returning via Rat Hole/Olsen Track/Lerderderg Road.

  • 3.3/5 rating (9 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 15 km
  • 4 -5 hours

Beach and Bush near Aireys Inlet

Great Otway National Park

Starting in the centre of Aireys Inlet, we walk to the lighthouse, then along the coast, crossing Moggs Creek, then turn inland following woodland tracks to Moggs Creek Picnic Area. From there, we return to Aireys Inlet via a ridgeline walk offering splendid views of the coast and cliffs.

  • 2.9/5 rating (15 votes)
  • Day
  • Hard
  • 18km
  • 6.5 hours

Blackwood - Ruth's Gully Circuit

Lerderderg State Park

Up to Sweet's Lookout, then to a high point of the ridge around picturesque Ruth's Gully, returning to Blackwood along Byers Back Track via the Tunnel.

  • 3.0/5 rating (21 votes)
  • Day
  • Easy
  • 9 km
  • 4 hours

Blackwood and Shaws Lake Historic Walk

Lerderderg State Park

This interesting walk visits many of the features in and around the historic gold mining township of Blackwood: Blackwood cemetery, churches, the pub, shops; plus the Blackwood mineral springs on the Lerderderg River and Shaws Lake.

  • 2.9/5 rating (7 votes)
  • Short
  • Easy
  • 6 km
  • 3 hours

Blackwood Historic Tour

Lerderderg State Park

This walk visits some of the interesting features in and around the historic town of Blackwood.  Additional information on Blackwood can be obtained from the Information Stand in the Blackwood General Store.  Also refer to the attachment 'About Blackwood'.

  • 5.0/5 rating (4 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 17 km
  • 5.5 hrs

Blowhole and Bald Hill

Hepburn Regional Park

The walk starts at the Blowhole on Sailors Creek and follows an old water race descending to an old charcoal burning site and then climbing to the basalt plateau west of Daylesford. The walk visits Boots Gully, Henderson Spring and the hamlet of Basalt then descends to Bald Hill Creek. There is a steep climb out of the gully then a gradual ascent to Bald Hill before descending to Tipperary Springs and following the Goldfields Track along Sailors Creek back to the start.

  • 3.3/5 rating (4 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 14.2 km
  • 5.0 hrs

Blowhole to Shepherds Flat

Hepburn Regional Park

The walk traverses typical goldfields bushland with varied topography passing a number of interesting historical features. These include the Blowhole, gold diggings, aqueduct/water race and the home of Australian cricket bat willow.

  • 2.5/5 rating (20 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 15 km
  • 5.5 hours

Blue Mount - Toolangi Potato Farm

Black Range State Forest

A climb and walk through the Toolangi - Black Range State Forest beside farmland, mountain forest, banksias, grass trees, tree ferns and wildflowers in season.

  • 5.0/5 rating (3 votes)
  • Day
  • Experienced
  • 15 km
  • 4.5 hrs

Boots Gully & Charlesford Mine

Hepburn Regional Park

This walk encompasses several of the smaller goldfields of the Daylesford area. A natural spring, Hendersons, in Boots Gully and a derelict mid-twentieth century slate mine are visited on the walk. 

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