Tracks & Trails

Looking for somewhere to hike on a weekend or perhaps during the week? You’ve come to the right place. Below is what I consider to be some of the very best hiking tracks in Victoria.

Whether it be the Grampians, Wilsons Prom, Great Ocean Road, the Victorian High Country, the Dandenongs, Yarra Valley, or anywhere else around the state, there is something in here for everyone of all hiking abilities.

Each track report includes information pertaining to distance, difficulty level, track information, highlights, as well as some images that will give you an idea about to expect.

Furthermore, as each hike is tracked using WikiLoc, you’ll be able to click through to The Hiking Society WikiLoc account at the end of each track blog and take a further look at the stats.

You’ll also be able to download the trail should you be using the WikiLoc app yourself.

But, let’s face it, there’s nothing like getting out there and experiencing it first-hand.

Whilst I have tried to include the best hiking tracks in Victoria, I have also tried to include some other not so well-known hiking tracks in Victoria that some people may have never heard of.

Furthermore, there are also a few adventure guides available to you which encompass most, if not all, the hikes available to do in that area.

These include the Dandenongs, Marysville and Warburton.

This section of the website will be never-ending as there will always be hiking tracks in Victoria to be explored.

As always, if you ever have any questions about any of the hikes, feel free to send me an enquiry via our Contact Form.

whipstick gully track
Yet another great little walk in the Warrandyte State Park, the Whipstick Gully Track really showcases the gold digging history that consumes the area. Starting at a trailhead on Whipstick Gully Road not far from the cafes and shops in Warrandyte, you soon find yourself in bushland area. The hike is roughly 4.2kms and while that...
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pound bend circuit
Sometimes the most underrated hikes are located in places that you frequent often but have never had the opportunity to really look into. And that’s exactly what I found with the Pound Bend Circuit in the Warrandyte State Park. Not only that but it is an excellent hike for beginner hikers or for parents who...
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morley's walking track
If there is one thing that I love when I’m out hiking, it’s a challenge; and that’s exactly what you get with the Morley’s Walking Track in Fernshaw. Located amongst the green ferns below the Black Spur, the Morley’s Walking Track can be started from either Fernshaw or Dom Dom Saddle Picnic Ground. For the...
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freemans mill walking track
Located in the north-east section of the Bunyip State Park, the Freemans Mill Walking Track is a 14km return hike that includes a large campground at the halfway mark. Starting at the Aqueduct Track at the make-shift car park under the power lines, head north for a kilometre until you come to a sign heading...
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tanglefoot loop
Located in the Toolangi State Forest, the Tanglefoot Loop is a track like any other that you might find in the Yarra Valley area. And by that, I mean well-formed, well-marked, and full of stunning Mountain Ash and Myrtle Beech trees. There are two car parks you can start this hike from – the Wirrawilla...
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rollasons falls track
RLocated in the Mount Buffalo National Park, the Rollasons Falls Track is a short 3km return track consisting of upper and lower viewing points of the falls. Starting at the Rollasons Falls Picnic Area, the well-formed track winds its way down to a t-intersection; heading left to the upper falls and right to the lower...
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mount beauty gorge walk
If there’s one thing that is a constant with the outdoors, it’s that it’s constantly surprising me. And this was certainly the case with the Mount Beauty Gorge Walk in the Victorian Alpine National Park. I’m definitely one of those people who will enjoy the hike regardless of the kilometres awaiting me. However, this 5.9km...
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The main event for our trip to New Zealand was undoubtedly the Mount Ruapehu Walking Track in the Tongariro National Park. After spending several days in New Zealand forests, which included the Timber Trail and the 42 Traverse, we entered the volcanic area of the Tongariro National Park. The park itself, home to the famous...
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the ada tree
Despite the fact that Warburton is one of my favourite hiking places in Victoria, the Ada Tree Walk had eluded me for some time. Surrounded by rainforest, terrain typically associated with Warburton, the track winds its way from the car park to the Ada Tree itself. The track is single file only and crosses several...
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42 Traverse
The second of three main trails we hiked during our time in New Zealand, the 42 Traverse track was a 2-day walk through the quiet Tongariro Forest. Often used by 4WDs, hunters, mountain bikers, motorbikes, horse riders, and fishermen, the 42 Traverse track is also used by hikers; particularly those who are hiking the Te...
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