Map View Day Hikes allows you to use your mouse to explore the state and click the icons for more details. Zoom in from the statewide view to see many more results. The map only displays hikes with trail coordinates.
Experience Australia at its best with a day hike through the country’s most iconic scenery, beautiful national parks and diverse landscapes.
Once you find a hike you can click to view more information or get directions to the trail head using Google Maps.
Important Note: O'Shannassy Reservoir Upgrade project. John Holland-KBR Joint Venture, on behalf of Melbourne Water, will undertake works to upgrade the O'Shannassy Reservoir for the next 18 months. The O'Shannassy Reservoir is a crucial part of Melbourne's storage reservoirs system. With a high annual yield of 60GL it provides Melbourne homes and businesses with world-class drinking water. The 5 km section of the walking track connecting O'Shannassy Weir to Woods Point Road will be closed during the construction phase (18 months). Access to O'Shannassy Weir via the Aqueduct Trail will be maintained when possible, however there will be no access to any tracks or roads that connect walkers to Woods Point Road - walkers will be directed to return to Cement Creek Road car park. The area around O'Shannassy Weir will have restricted public access and noise and dust may be noticed at times. Read more >>
O'Shannassy Aqueduct Trail is a 34.5km, grade 3 one way hike, located in Yarra Ranges National Park Victoria. The hike should take approximately 10hrs to complete.
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