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Whether you are after a gentle stroll or a challenging hike, walking in Victoria’s beautifully preserved national parks, reserves and suburban parks will leave you feeling refreshed and alive.

Choose your scenery from forests, mountains, coasts, river valleys and historic areas and choose your level from short, facilitated walks and build up to medium, long and overnight walks.

With the chance to tune into nature and enjoy the fresh air, to be soothed by a breeze in the trees, to feel sun on your face and improve your physical and mental health, you’re certain to want to spend more time walking in Victoria’s parks.

Devil’s Kitchen to 12 Apostles Hike (16km)

Ryan’s Den to Devil’s Kitchen Hike (13km)

Johanna Beach to Ryan’s Den Hike (15km)

Cape Otway to Aire River Hike (10km)

Blanket Bay to Cape Otway Hike (10km)

Elliot Ridge to Blanket Bay Hike (12km)

Apollo Bay to Elliot Ridge Hike (10km)

Mt Sugarloaf & Djerriwarrh Creek Circuit (20km)

Mount Sugarloaf Loop Walk (12.5km)

Lake Tali Karng and the Sentinels (44km)

Great Dividing Trail: Eureka Track (43km)

Howqua Feeder and Stanleys Name Spur Hike (25km)

Mount Ida & Dargile Forest Hike (14.5km)

Hotham Huts Walk (18km)

Mount Bogong – Eskdale Spur Hike (23km)

Devils Cave Circuit Walk (3km)

Cobaw Northern Circuit Hike (14km)

Cobaw Pinnacle Loop Hike (9.5km)

Lerderderg Northern Circuit Hike (28km)

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