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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.

Challenging walks

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.

Pace yourself

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 three-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.

Short walks

Meander along quiet beaches and explore rainforest, teeming with wildlife. Hike up granite slopes, walk to misty waterfalls and on through rugged coastal hinterland. Victoria's national parks offer a range of short day walks, suitable for families and the casual hiker.

Take in views of the waterfall from the elevated viewing platform on the Triplet Falls Rainforest Walk in the Great Otway Park. Experience the diverse landscapes of Shelly Beach on a stroll through fern gullies, coastal scrub, beach and rocky platforms. Or, for a dose of mountain air, head on up to the High Country for amazing views from Mt Bogong and Mt Buffalo.

Overnight walks

Set aside a few days to enjoy long distance walks like the Australian Alps Walking Track, The Great South West Walk or the Great Ocean Walk. Take on the whole distance or choose from a range of shorter sections to suit your itinerary. Enjoy panoramic views, visit quaint towns and villages, and explore the beaches, forests and landmarks along the way.

Travellers with a little less time will love the Bluff Trail along Howqua River, where commercial tour operators run horse-riding trips to the Bluff. For a bushwalking experience talking in wild rivers, ancient snow gums and rainforests, strap on your boots and hit the Mitchell River Walking Track or Great Walhalla Alpine Trail.

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Shelly Beach Circuit Walk

Stroll along one of the best short walks on the Great Ocean Walk, the Shelly Beach Circuit.

Triplet Falls Rainforest Walk

Wind through ancient rainforest on the Triplet Falls walk to spectacular views of the cascades.

Cape Bridgewater Trail

Trace the carved shoreline of Bridgewater Bay to a viewing platform overlooking a busy seal colony.

The Horn Trail

The road to the carpark at The Horn, the highest point on Mt Buffalo, runs along the sheer Wall of...

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Great Ocean Walk

Trek the Great Ocean Walk from Apollo Bay to the magnificent 12 Apostles along the rugged coast.

The Great South West Walk

See the major attractions of the Great South West Walk such as Cape Bridgewater and Discovery Bay.

Australian Alps Walking Track

Take the time to enjoy this beautiful long-distance walk and discover Victoria's alpine country.

Desert Discovery Walk

Camp beside the Wimmera River with its fringe of river red gums. Wake to birdsong, or hike the rolling dunes of the desert.

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River Walk

Meander along the riverbank past river red gums and learn about the history of the Murray River.

McLoughlins and Ninety Mile Beach Walk

Stroll along the boardwalk and cross the bridge to explore a remote stretch of Ninety Mile Beach.

Mount Abrupt (Mud-Dadjug) Walk

The walk to the rugged top of Mount Abrupt crosses rocky slabs surrounded by low sub-alpine vegetation.

Screw Creek Nature Walk

Walk over boardwalks, salt marsh and mangroves to a lookout with views over Anderson Inlet.

Genoa Peak Walk

Climb to the top of Genoa Peak to enjoy superb views over the Croajingolong wilderness coastline.

Vereker Outlook and Millers Landing Nature Walk

Wind through banksias, stringy-barks and granite boulders for coastal views and mangroves.

Surf Coast Walk

Stroll along sandy beaches beneath towering cliffs and see views of the Surf Coast above the waves.

The Bryce Gorge Circuit Walk

Bryce Gorge includes Victoria's most impressive ravine and stunning waterfalls falls.

The Balconies

Wander through native bushland and take in expansive views of the valley and surrounding hills.