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  • 5.0/5 rating 1 vote
  • Day
  • Experienced
  • 14.1 km
  • 6.0 hrs

Tarilta Creek, Six Chimneys and a Ruin

Castlemaine Diggings National Heritage Park

This walk includes a creek gorge and relics of the gold mining days. It is through dry open forest with some rocky sections and numerous dry creek crossings. Approximately 40% of the route is off-track in open forest with the remainder on the Great Dividing Trail and vehicle tracks.

  • 3.8/5 rating (4 votes)
  • Short
  • Medium
  • 10.2 km
  • 4 hours

Ted Errey Nature Circuit

Brisbane Ranges National Park

An interesting walk with a little climbing. The Ted Errey nature circuit includes interpretive signs about the rich flora along the route. Four lookouts provide views over the flat plains to Port Phillip Bay and to the rugged hills of the goldfields. Part of the walk follows the Stony Creek through scenic and twisting Anakie Gorge. Mostly on clearly defined tracks. 150m change in elevation. A number of easy crossings of Stony Creek.

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

The Big Walk

Mount Buffalo National Park

An excellent walk from the bottom to the top of Mt Buffalo or vice-versa. This description is for walking up.  Involves a 1040m climb (or descent).



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

The Narrows to Erica Weir and O'Shea's Mill

Baw Baw National Park

This walk is through mixed forest and involves a small off track section and one river crossing.

  • 4.0/5 rating (2 votes)
  • Day
  • Hard
  • 15.5 km
  • 6 hours

The Scenic Rim

Lerderderg State Park

A classic, challenging and scenic walk in the southern part of the Lerderderg Gorge. The walk takes in the Lerderderg River and steep spur tracks with spectacular views of the river and the gorge.

  • 3.8/5 rating (5 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 17 km
  • 6 hours

The Tunnel Circuit

Lerderderg State Park

Visit examples of nineteenth century gold miners engineering achievements,
including the historic river diversion tunnel and hand-built water races.

  • 2.6/5 rating (11 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 15 km
  • 6 hours

The Tunnel via Byers Back Track

Lerderderg State Park

A walk that takes in attractive forest and old mining areas on a well graded track
in the Lerderderg State Park including a visit to the Tunnel

  • 4.5/5 rating (2 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 6km or 10km
  • 3 - 4 hours

The Twins

Alpine National Park

This is an excellent walk near Mt St Bernard which is about 10 km on the Bright side of Mt Hotham. The views from the top are spectacular.  Total height gain of 400m.  The Mt Hotham area was affected by bushfires in February 2013 and it is essential that you visit the Parks Victoria website prior to visiting the area.

  • 3.3/5 rating (3 votes)
  • Short
  • Gentle
  • 40 - 75 mins

Tirhatuan Park

Tirhatuan Park in Dandenong North forms part of the Dandenong Creek vegetation corridor, providing important habitat for native flora and fauna. The park includes  two lakes, a wetland, boardwalk and bushland, the walk also takes in the Dandenong Creek as well as views to the Police Road Retarding Basin.

  • 3.1/5 rating (15 votes)
  • Short
  • Easy
  • 12 km
  • 3 hours

Trentham – Domino Rail Trail

Lerderderg State Park

Visit Trentham and take an easy walk along the old railway line towards Lyonville.

  • 4.0/5 rating (2 votes)
  • Day
  • Experienced
  • 13 km
  • 6 hrs

Tullicoutty Glen

Baw Baw National Park

Starting from the Mt St Gwinear car park you travel through snow gums, summit Mt St Gwinear, visit the nearby Tullicoutty Glen, Thomson's Run, and Mt St Phillack before returning to the car park.

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