Whether you're looking for strenuous outdoor adventure or simply seeking some gentle exercise to walk off last night's degustation, Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges has a range of outdoor activities to suit.
Walk this way
Bushwalk through the region's spectacular surrounds, from the magnificent Trentham Falls to the awesome volcanic crater of Mount Franklin and the iconic, eerie dormant volcano that is Hanging Rock. Scale rugged rockfaces in Wombat State Forest or the 300-metre gorge in Lerderderg State Park. Make your way up to the Memorial Cross pinnacle in the Macedon Regional Park.
Action for the advanced and beginners
If you want to get the heart-rate pumping, follow one of the many trails on horseback., or take a white-knuckle mountain bike ride through rugged bushland.
Improve your handicap on one of the region's golf courses. Try your hand at fishing the local rivers, streams and reservoirs, or at a local trout farm if you're after a guaranteed catch.
Take a relaxing stroll or a more challenging hike past mineral springs and extinct volcanos in Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges.
Take advantage of the quiet roads, cool climate, and easy access, to cycle around the charming towns dotted around Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges.
Bring your golf clubs to Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges to make the most of a diverse range of scenic and well-established greens.
Spend a few peaceful hours fishing in local rivers and reservoirs in Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges or at Tuki Trout Farm for a guaranteed catch.
Spend a night under the stars at camping areas in the main state and regional parks including Lerderderg State Park and Hepburn Regional Park.
Settle into the saddle and explore magnificent Wombat State Forest, Mt Disappointment State Forest, Lerderderg State Park and the Gisborne Ranges.