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Outdoor activities: Destinations

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  • Surf Coast Walk

    Attraction - Torquay, Great Ocean Road

    Stroll along sandy beaches beneath towering cliffs or take in fine views of the Surf Coast from above the crashing waves against rocky headlands.

  • Hepburn Springs Golf Club

    Attraction - Hepburn Springs, Daylesford & the Macedon Ranges

    From $20 - $30

    Hepburn Springs Golf Club features a challenging 18 hole course, unsurpassed vistas and the best grass greens in the Spa Country. The kangaroos, flora ...

  • Golf

    Tee off on Victoria's outstanding sand-belt, links-style and resort courses, following the swings of some of the world's biggest names in golf.

  • Tipperary Walking Track

    Attraction - Daylesford, Daylesford & the Macedon Ranges

    Trace the route of the old water races cut by miners last century, pass gold fields, mineral springs and deciduous trees ablaze with colour in autumn.

  • O'Keefe Rail Trail

    Attraction - Goldfields

    Take a leisurely trip around Lake Weeroona near Bendigo, through native bushland and dry forest, past kangaroos, wallabies, parrots and honeyeaters.

  • Outdoor activities

    Get the adrenaline pumping by going white-water rafting, stroll through forests, play golf, or set up camp for a longer stay in Victoria's outdoors.

  • Four-wheel driving

    Gippsland

    Gippsland is a popular four-wheel driving destination with many challenging unsealed roads and tracks throughout its forests and mountain ranges.

  • River fishing

    Gippsland

    Start your river fishing in Gippsland, where rivers grow from small mountain streams to wide, slow flowing bodies of water as they approach the sea.

  • Canoeing and kayaking

    Explore Victoria's rivers, lakes and waterways from a canoe or kayak and discover remote areas of wilderness not accessible by road or foot.

  • Horse riding

    Experience Victoria from the saddle and explore windswept beaches, snow-capped alps, rolling hills and eucalypt forests from a different perspective.