Yarra/Dandenong Ranges

When you think of the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges the first things that come to mind are vineyards and hot air balloons. However, it is also filled with luscious hiking trails scattered in the depths of the greenest fern forests that you can imagine. Wildlife abounds in this area – listen out for the lyrebirds which mimic other birds and animals. Take in the beautiful scenery from Healesville to the valleys and rivers of Marysville and Warburton. After your hike, check out the rest of Australia’s native¬†wildlife at Healesville Sanctuary, home to dingoes, kangaroos, wombats and the elusive platypus.

Dandenong Ranges Tourist Track Emerald to Sassafras

The Dandenong Ranges Tourist Track follows Menzies Creek, Woori Yallock Creek, and Sassafras Creek for a stated 15km from Emerald to Sassafras. The total distance measured by us...

Masons Falls Walk

Starting from Masons Falls Picnic Area in Kinglake National Park, Masons Falls Walk leads to the Masons Falls viewing platform. This walking track is perfect for Kinglake...

Wombelano Falls

Wombelano Falls is located off Captains Creek Road in Kinglake West. This short 1.5km circuit walking track winds through forest with big old growth trees and leads to the falls...

Wirrawilla Rainforest Walk

Wirrawilla Rainforest Walk starts from Wirrawilla Carpark in Toolangi State Forest at the end of Quarry Rd, off Sylvia Creek Road. It is a short but very pleasant 1.15km long...

Myrtle Gully Tanglefoot Loop

There are three potential places where the Myrtle Gully Tanglefoot Loop hiking trail could start from. In this case we are starting from Wirrawilla Carpark in Toolangi State...

Tanglefoot Loop

There are two places where Tanglefoot Loop hiking trail can start from. In this case we are starting from Wirrawilla Carpark in Toolangi State Forest at the end of Quarry Rd, off...

Myrtle Gully Circuit

There are two places where Myrtle Gully Circuit can start from. In this case we are starting from Wirrawilla Carpark in Toolangi State Forest at the end of Quarry Rd, off Sylvia...

Four Brothers Rocks 13km Loop

There are several hiking trails that extend out from Four Brothers Rocks which can be linked together in many different ways. Most start from Four Brothers Rocks Car Park,...

Mortimer Nature Walk Reversed

The Mortimer Nature Walk follows the course of William Wallace and Diamond Creek and provides an introduction to the plants of Bunyip State Park. The trail takes you through Damp...