Victoria's love affair with horseriding has deep roots in the state's history, culture, literature and popular mythology – from the romance of The Man from Snowy River to the legends of the bushrangers, brumby herders and musterers of the High Country.
From windswept beaches, eucalypt forests, snow-capped mountains, rolling green hills or fields littered with wildflower blooms, Victoria has a wealth of backdrops and a range of experienced operators to make your riding excursion an exhilarating one. Experience native wildlife, natural history and folklore from the saddle.
Settle into the saddle and explore magnificent Wombat State Forest, Mt Disappointment State Forest, Lerderderg State Park and the Gisborne Ranges.
Gallop along a windswept beach on the Mornington Peninsula or discover the saddle as a novel way of visiting the region's celebrated cellar doors.
Ride along pristine beaches or join a horse riding tour to take in some of the Great Ocean Road region's most stunning coastal and rainforest scenery.
Gallop through stunning alpine scenery on trails traversed by Victoria's pioneering mountain cattlemen and The Man From Snowy River.