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Attraction - High Country
Take to the saddle and follow the route of Australia's pioneering horsemen through some of the country’s most spectacular natural landscapes.
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Attraction - Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges
Walk along the railway line that was built in 1901 to carry produce from Warburton to Melbourne and delivered tourists to the area on the return trip.
Take in landscapes of snowgums and alpine heath, plus panoramic views of the Victorian Alps across to Melbourne and the Great Dividing Range.
Spot beautiful flora and fauna and abundant bird life on this easy nature trail that follows Leary Creak. One of Marysville's most-loved short walks.
Stretch your legs on this upstream climb to the lookout below the cascading, tiered Keppel Falls. The falls are particularly impressive in spring.
Walk among rare mature-aged mountain ash to the majestic Big Tree, visit the Cora Lynn and Cumberland waterfalls and take in sweeping valley views.
Take an easy stroll to the viewing platform at the base of one of Victoria's highest waterfalls. Night owl? The falls are floodlit till midnight.
Stroll or cycle among manna gum, mountain ash and shady fern trees as you make your way to Steavenson Falls, one of Victoria's highest waterfalls.
Climb up through stunning forest to four lookouts for spectacular views across Marysville, the Cathedral Range State Park and Steavenson Falls.
Follow this short, winding, stepped path to a wooden bridge spanning the roaring Taggerty River. Keep an eye out for lyrebirds scratching for grubs.
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