The walk follows Wombat Creek and Sailors Creek from Lake Daylesford to Bryces Flat, and return to Lake Daylesford. The undulating track narrows in places to single file and passes gold diggings, old huts and deep mine shafts through pleasant bushland with occasional schlerophyll forest. Mineral springs may be sampled en route.
A circular walk through beautiful and diverse forest starting on a 4WD track followed by an ascent up a very overgrown walking track then on undulating walking tracks with a moderate climb through snow gum forest. An easy descent on ski trails completes the circuit. Total climbing about 450m. As at August 2012 the Upper Taggerty Road (Track) was closed. It is strongly recommended that prospective walkers check the Parks Victoria website and/or contact the local ranger for current information before visiting this park.
A pleasant walk from the picnic ground to the 1880 reservoir and the quarry used to built the reservoir. Follow a creek to the reservoir and then a stone water race en route to a lookout close to a pipe outlet (Ararat water supply). The lookout gives good views to Ben Nevis and the Mt Buangor Range.
A pretty walk, mainly on old water races beside the upper reaches of the Lerderderg River to the site of the old Crown Dam. The return is along a slightly different route on the same side of the river. There are some great views of the river and nearby hills. There is time to admire the beautiful forest and lovely stonework on the races.
This walk has excellent coastal scenery, visit historical sites, disused war bunkers, quarantine station and the site of Prime Minister Harold Holt's disappearance at Cheviot Beach. Car shuffle required.