Walking Trails – Over 30 Walking Tracks in the DandenongsJane2018-10-08T02:22:00+00:00
Walks in the Dandenong Ranges
Detailed notes on bushwalking trails in the hills with images and maps, starting with the shortest walks to the longest track which is about 20 km’s / one-way. One of the most used walking tracks is the 1000 Steps, further into the Dandenongs though we have so many quieter options.
It is recommended that the free Avenza Maps App is downloaded to use along with these walk notes. The app can accurately pinpoint your location by GPS and is very useful when out in the forest.
Sherbrooke Forest Hiking in the Sherbrooke Forest rewards visitors with some spectacular sights. For such a relatively small area, there ...Read More
Lyrebird Habitat, walk quietly... This is another wonderful part of the Dandenong Ranges. Walk quietly at any time of the ...Read More
Olinda Falls Walking Track Olinda Falls, one of the prettiest falls in the Dandenong Ranges, our other main waterfall walk ...Read More
Hardy Gully Nature Trail Hardy Gully has everything the Dandenongs are famous for, cool rainforest gullies and massive eucalyptus trees. Lyrebirds ...Read More
Burkes Lookout, Mt Dandenong The best views of Melbourne from the Dandenong Ranges, day or night this is a spectacular ...Read More
Kalorama Park: Views, a pretty walking track, plus picnic spot at Kalorama. Kalorama Park is below the view point at ...Read More
Doongalla Homestead, a Brief History and Walk Notes: Located on the Western side of Mt Dandenong, Doongalla Homestead was a ...Read More
R.J. Hamer Arboretum & Woolrich Lookout The Hamer Arboretum, named after the Premier of Victoria from 1972 -1981, Sir Rupert ...Read More
Sherbrooke Falls Trail Sherbrooke Falls, one of the most popular walks in the Dandenong Ranges and one of the closest waterfalls ...Read More