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West Gippsland walks

The unrivalled splendour of West Gippsland includes walks through lush valleys, giant trees, country pastures and gold-mining history.

For the adventurous, there's plenty of snow activities in winter or camping, four-wheel driving, paintballing, gold panning or fishing in the warmer months.

Or enjoy a stroll through villages and a riverside picnic of fresh local produce and boutique wine.

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West Gippsland walks

Walking & hiking

Glen Nayook Rainforest Walk

Follow the Tarago River to a fern gully where the river runs underground for 100 metres.

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Mushroom Rocks Walk

A section of the Australian Alps Walking Track that leads to a maze of giant granite tors rising from the forest.

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Poverty Point Bridge Walk

Follow the Thomson River upstream on one side and return on the other, looking for remains of the old Walhalla tramways.

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Noojee Trestle Bridge Walk

Surrounded by tall forest, follow the old railway line from Noojee to one of the only remaining historic timber trestle bridges in Victoria.

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Walhalla Tramline Walk

Follow an old timber tramline with flora, fauna, historic gold mines and great views of Walhalla.

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Great Walhalla Alpine Trail

Take a peek at the first 40 km of the 680 km Australian Alps Walking Track on a fully guided and catered walk from Mt Baw Baw to Walhalla.

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Mt Baw Baw Summit Walk

Climb through snow gum woodland to the top of Mt Baw Baw.

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Toorongo and Amphitheatre Falls Loop Walk

A circular track through the Toorongo Falls Reserve that goes to the spectacular viewing platforms for Toorongo and Amphitheatre Falls.

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Ada Tree Rainforest Walk

Walk through rainforest to the Ada Tree, a 270-year-old mountain ash that's one of Victoria's largest trees.

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Nature & wildlife

National parks and reserves

Gippsland is home to some of the most stunning national parks and reserves in Victoria, most notably Wilsons Promontory and Croajingolong National Park.

Outdoor activities

Cycling

Explore Gippsland's lush scenery by traversing one of the many cycling trails within unforgettable nature reserves or along the pristine coast.

Outdoor activities

Camping

Pitch a tent or park your camper and explore Gippsland's pristine wilderness, from rocky mountain streams and alpine forest to long white beaches.

Walking & hiking

Central Gippsland walks

Unforgettable walks from High Country mountains to green country plains or the endless white sand of Ninety Mile Beach.