Walking & hiking
The breathtaking scenery throughout Victoria really comes to life when taken in on foot. From the High Country and Gippsland's endless coastline to the rugged Great Ocean Road, there are plenty of hiking and bushwalking trails for visitors of all fitness levels.
Strap on your boots and make your way into the High Country's intricate network of walking trails. Offering challenging terrain such as the Razorback, these hikes test the limits of physical strength and mental endurance. However, it is well worth it for the breathtaking views across the vast alpine wilderness.
The Great Ocean Walk along Victoria's south west coast provides a series of stunning views that that capture the beauty and grace of Mother Nature. Go the full 104 kilometres or choose a simple day hike. Travel from Apollo Bay to the 12 Apostles, taking in remote beaches and forests, towering cliffs and small villages, with a memorable experience at every turn.
Looking for a gentle walking experience? Make your way south to Wilsons Promontory National Park in the Gippsland region. Here, it's easy to find trails to suit all fitness levels with equal pay-outs. A simple 3 kilometre hike up the Mount Oberon Summit rewards you with an amazing view while the Great Prom Walk gives even beginners an option for an overnight hike.
At your own pace
Journey from Apollo Bay to the 12 Apostles along the Great Ocean Walk, weaving through national parks, deserted beaches and rugged coastal scenery.
Meander along beaches or hike up mountains as you take a short walk through some of Victoria's most spectacular regions.
Explore Victoria overnight and on foot. Take an extended walk through lush scenery in Gippsland, the Grampians and the Great Ocean Road.