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  • 3.7/5 rating (7 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.

  • 2.8/5 rating (12 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

  • 2.1/5 rating (29 votes)
  • Short
  • Easy
  • 12 km
  • 3.5 hours

Warburton - O'Shannassy Aqueduct Trail - Don Road

Yarra Ranges National Park

A pleasant easy guaranteed-level walk through tall timbers beside the O'Shannassy Aqueduct. The aqueduct delivered 90 million litres a day to Surrey Hills Reservoir. It was decommissioned in 1997. Car shuffle required.

  • 0.0/5 rating (0 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 15 km
  • 6 hours

Whiskey – Nolan – Kangaroo Tracks Circuit

Lerderderg State Park

A classic circuit walk in typical Lerderderg country, including a historic water race with views of the river below.

  • 3.6/5 rating (5 votes)
  • Short
  • Gentle Pusher/Wheelchair
  • 4 km
  • 1.5 hours

Williamstown

A beachside walk past contrasting sandy and rocky beaches as well as interesting geological features. Walk through this well-preserved historical area of early Melbourne with its fascinating naval artefacts and choose between picnicking in one of several parks or pausing for refreshment in one of its abundant cafes.  Add on a self-guided walk past many early buildings.

  • 5.0/5 rating 1 vote
  • Short
  • Gentle
  • 1.5 - 3 km
  • 40 - 60 mins

Wilson Botanic Park

The Wilson Botanic Park was originally a quarry founded in 1859 by William Wilson. The quarry produced some of the highest quality basalt in the Melbourne area until the late 1970s before being transformed by the then City of Berwick, to a botanic park in 1992. The walks take in views of the Anniversary Lake and the Basalt Lake with it's associated birdlife. The various lookouts around the park provide great views of Melbourne, Berwick, and the surrounding area.

  • 3.4/5 rating (7 votes)
  • Short
  • Gentle Very Easy
  • 40 - 60 mins

Woodlands Historic Park

Woodlands Historic Park offers a fascinating glimpse into the life of the early settlers of Melbourne. The park hosts a rare example of an 1840's  'kit home'  (Woodlands Homestead) and scarred trees and stone tool scatters provide evidence of the earliest Aboriginal Inhabitants, the Woiworung people. A variety of walking options are possible.

  • 0.0/5 rating (0 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 12 km
  • 5.5 hours

Yankee Creek Water Races

This walk takes in varied scenery along Yankee Creek, along water races
through pleasant forest in a lesser-known area that has a rich history of gold
mining.

  • 2.9/5 rating (7 votes)
  • Day
  • Medium
  • 16 km
  • 5 hours

Yankee Mine Track Circuit

Wombat State Forest

A circuit walk along tracks north east of Blackwood, going past the historic
Yankee Mine.  Walk goes through Wombat State Forest and part of Lerderderg State Park.

  • 2.6/5 rating (8 votes)
  • Short
  • Gentle Pusher/Wheelchair
  • 850m
  • 25 mins

Yarra Bend Park - Studley Park

This area has been appreciated by Victorians for a long period of time. The area of the Yarra River a short way downstream was an important meeting site for the Wurrundjeri people, with good hunting and fishing.  In 1863 the boat house was established and is now the oldest operating boathouse in Victoria.  Around this walk you will see original native bushland and maybe some local lorikeets, parrots and cockatoos.

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