Walking & hiking
The Murray region is crisscrossed with countless walking trails cutting through spectacular and diverse landscapes. Visit national parks and experience the vast open spaces, abundant wildlife and the great lakes that cover much of the outback wilderness.
Red gums, billabongs and dunes
Discover the wildlife and Aboriginal heritage of the world's largest river red gum forest, see the deserts of Wyperfield National Park bloom in spring, and explore the region's stunning pink lakes, sand dunes, billabongs and wetlands.
Where to go
Find out about some of the best tracks and trails below or for information on other walks in the area contact the local Visitor Information Centres.
Discover the spectacular national parks, abundant wildlife, and magnificent waterways of the fascinating Murray River region on foot.
Follow the track used by camels transporting salt to the Murray River 100 years ago. Traverse Mallee scrub, woodlands and sand dunes.