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Walking & hiking

The breathtaking scenery throughout Victoria really comes to life when taken in on foot. With breathtaking scenery across a range of terrains, there are plenty of options for casual walkers, to serious hikers.

Challenging walks

Strap on your boots and make your way into the High Country's intricate network of walking trails. 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

Travel along the Great Ocean Walk, taking in remote beaches and forests, towering cliffs and small villages, with a memorable experience at every turn.

Within Wilsons Promontory National Park in the Gippsland region, it's easy to find trails to suit all fitness levels. 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

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. 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 taking 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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