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Pack a picnic lunch and follow a scenic track through a lush rainforest. Meet the shy wildlife of an outback desert or hike a challenging alpine trail to a secluded waterfall. Victoria's abundant walking tracks put you in the heart of the region's vast and diverse landscape. Many walking trails are in close proximity to Melbourne and most are within easy driving distance of the city.
Take the time to enjoy this extraordinary long-distance walk and experience for yourself Australia's finest alpine country.
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Set up camp and spend time walking around Wilsons Promontory National Park on the southernmost tip of the Australian mainland.
Walk the scenic trail from Mt Buller to Mt Stirling taking in the glamour of a popular downhill resort and the quiet of a cross-country skiing Mecca.
Work your way to the top of Victoria's highest and most beautiful peak and experience the commanding views of this high country wilderness.
Wander through the beautiful and peaceful Ovens River Valley, enjoying views of the rugged landscape of Mount Buffalo and the Victorian Alps.
Walk the longest continuous walking track on the peninsula, through natural bushland and stunning beaches in the Mornington Peninsula National Park.
Journey from Apollo Bay to the 12 Apostles along the Great Ocean Walk, weaving through national parks, deserted beaches and rugged coastal scenery.
Meander along beaches or hike up mountains as you take a short walk through some of Victoria's most spectacular regions.
Explore Victoria overnight and on foot. Take an extended walk through lush scenery in Gippsland, the Grampians and the Great Ocean Road.
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