Bushwalking & Wildlife

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Agnes Falls Scenic Reserve

Hidden within the green rolling hills of the Strzelecki Ranges, the meandering Agnes River cascades over rocks into a deep picturesque gorge producing Victoria’s highest (59 metres) single span waterfall! […]

Corner Inlet & Nooramunga Marine & Coastal Parks

These Marine and Coastal Parks are recognised internationally as waterbird habitat.  They are also popular for boating and fishing. Corner Inlet is the most easterly, and consequently the warmest, of […]


And now for something different!  Why not make your walking or cycling outings something to really remember, with donkeys in harness, under saddle leading and accompanying you as you walk […]

Grand Strzelecki Track

Nestled in a magical pocket of Gippsland, just 2.5 hours drive southeast of Melbourne, lies the spectacular Grand Strzelecki Track (GST), poised to become one of Victoria’s premier hiking, bushwalking […]

Great Southern Rail Trail

The Great Southern Rail Trail traverses the verdant South Gippsland hills, with dairy farms, wetlands, spectacular views of Wilsons Promontory and Corner Inlet, a wildlife corridor of remnant vegetation providing […]

Limeburners Walk

The Limeburners walk links Walkerville North and South via the majestic remnants of the Walkerville lime kilns. The lime kilns were used to extract quick lime until demand for the […]

Mount Worth State Park

Mt Worth State Park

During the 1920s, 12 timber mills operated on the slopes of Mount Worth to strip it of its rich timber.  In 1975 the State Government began purchasing land for the […]

Port Franklin nature park

Stroll along the boardwalk and walking track and take in the essence of one of Victoria’s most significant fishing ports. Port Franklin is a small fishing hamlet situated on the meandering Franklin River, with […]

Rail Trail complete from go to whoa

  IT’S official!  The long-awaited Black Spur section of the Great Southern Rail Trail between Koonwarra and Minns Road, Meeniyan is now complete, creating a seamless Rail Trail from Leongatha […]

Tarra-Bulga National Park

The 1,560 hectares of this National Park are noted for their moist, lush fern gullies, beautiful tree ferns, towering mountain ash and the famous suspension bridge.  It is one of […]

Walking tracks in Prom Country

Walking tracks in South Gipssland

The Prom Country region is more than just the ‘Prom’. This guide to walking trails in Prom Country features 24 great walks. Click to download the brochure: [download id=”25″ format=”2″]

Walks and attractions at Wilsons Prom

Wilsons Prom is so rich with walking and nature-discovering opportunities … here is a short video depicting some highlights. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7y-H9EQO9js&list=UUoVfe2NPmcdVSOQ2ILbMKgw&feature=share  

Walks in Foster

Foster, once a bustling gold mining town known as Stockyard Creek, is one of a few Victorian country towns that have substantial areas of public land within their boundaries.  Walking […]

Wilsons Prom National Park

The beach at Tidal River, Wilsons Prom

About Wilsons Prom Wilsons Prom is the southern-most tip of mainland Australia. It is both dramatic and beautiful. Its panoramic views, wild ocean beaches and rugged mountain landscapes make it […]

Wilsons Prom to re-open on Friday March 15

Wilsons Promontory Sealers Cove

Date 12.3.19 Wilsons Promontory Reopens. Wilsons Promontory will reopen at 9am on Friday 15 March. Lightning ignited a fire on the 1 March at Mt Leonard which spread to 323 […]