Map of The Dandenong Ranges Walking Tracks
All 32 of the Dandenong Ranges walks on our website are embedded on the map of the Dandenongs below. Complete links to the hiking notes of the Dandenongs walks plus directions on how to get to the start of each hike by car or public transport.
- Use the map to find the best bushwalks in the Dandenong Ranges National Park
- Download the free e-Book with walk notes and some of the best things to do in the Dandenong Ranges
Which Dandenongs Walk will you do next?
The Thousand Steps hiking track (walk no. 14 on the map) is definitely the busiest, and no wonder as it is the easiest to access from Melbourne and has gained a well-deserved reputation as being an ideal challenge and fitness trail that includes amazing scenery and the occasional Lyrebird too. We have a 1000 Steps Facebook page where you can add your photos to share with us too.
Further, into the Dandenong Ranges National Park, there are many trails to discover. How about getting the train to Belgrave and walk from Belgrave to Sassafras? This stunning trail passes through the Alfred Nicholas Gardens as well as the Sherbrooke Forest.
- Discover the beautiful gardens in the Dandenongs with directions included.
- The Dandenong Ranges also offers many attractions and activities.
- Pram Friendly Walks | Wheel Chair accessible walks | Dog-friendly walks (all on-lead apart from the old Olinda Golf Course)
- Picnic Grounds & BBQ’s | Viewpoints
- There is a good playground at Olinda with wonderful views as well as a fabulous off-lead dog walking area.