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Map of bushwalks in Victoria
List of bushwalks in Victoria
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Beehive Falls and Briggs Bluff Track
9.8 km return
3 h 30 min to 5 h 30 min
Beehive Falls and Briggs Bluff Track
9.8 km
Return

Walk
3 h 30 min to 5 h 30 min

Starting at the Beehive Falls Carpark on Roses Gap Road, Roses Gap, this walk leads past the Beehive Falls, to Briggs Bluff and back along a well maintained and marked track. Enjoy a hike over rocks alongside the cliff tops, with beautiful views over the Grampians all the way. Take a walk to the base of the falls, where seasonal rains fill fern-lined rock pools. This area makes for a peaceful resting spot. Moving on from Beehive Falls, the track immediately becomes steeper. An unrelenting scramble over steep slopes and rock outcrops brings you to a plateau with splendid views. Although short, this walk is challenging, with the terrain varying between flat, rocky, sandy and steep. The walk to Briggs Bluff can involve water crossings, slippery track surfaces, rock hopping and rock scrambling. Visit the Beehive Falls after rain for the best views, and in spring to see the wildflowers. Keep in mind that the rocks on the trail can get very slippery after rain. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Highlights
Views
Waterfall

Environment
Natural

Features


Transport options
To start
Car

Points of Interest
Beehive Falls
Beehive Falls Car Park
Briggs Bluff

Places & Areas
Australia
Victoria
Shire of Northern Grampians
Roses Gap
Grampians
Lowan District
Western Victoria Region
Grampians National Park
Beehive Falls Carpark


Beeripmo Loop Walk
17.5 km circuit
6 h, 9 h 30 min to 2 days
Beeripmo Loop Walk
17.5 km
Circuit

Walk
6 h, 9 h 30 min to 2 days

The Beeripmo Loop Walk, Raglan, starts at the Richards Camping Site near The Glut Road, looping along the Mount Buangor State Park via the Beeripmo Walk. Enjoy a hike up into the mountains, through a series of ferns, gums and rocky spots. Along the way you will visit landmarks such as Mount Buangor, Sugarloaf View and Raglan Falls. From the mountain tops, there are stunning views of the landscape. There are two campsites along the walk that provide an opportunity to break the trail into two days, and this walk is popular as a first overnight hike among beginners. More experienced hikers might choose to complete it in one day. This trail provides both ample uphill challenging terrain and gentle downhill to flat level walking. There are also a number of obstacles on the path, such as fallen trees and branches. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Highlights
Caves
Pets
Views

Environment
Natural

Features


Transport options
To start
Car

Points of Interest
Beeripmo Campground
Bukkertillible Cave
Dawson Rock
Grevillea lookout
Mount Buangor
Mt Buangor Lookout
Mugwamp Camping Area
Mugwamp Hut
Raglan Falls
Sugarloaf View

Places & Areas
Australia
Victoria
Shire of Pyrenees
Rural City of Ararat
Raglan
Bayindeen
Mount Cole State Forest
Grampians
Ripon District
Western Victoria Region
Mount Buangor State Park
Richards Camping Site


Blackburn Lakeside Circuit
1.7 km circuit
30 min to 45 min
Brisbane Ranges Extended Circuit
17.3 km circuit
5 h 30 min to 8 h 30 min
Brisbane Ranges Extended Circuit
17.3 km
Circuit

Walk
5 h 30 min to 8 h 30 min

Starting near the Steiglitz Courthouse, Brisbane Ranges National Park, this circuit loops around a large section of the national park via the Hay Track and the Burchell Trail. Starting at the historic gold mining ghost town of Steiglitz, this walk takes you on a generous loop deep within the Brisbane Ranges, returning via Steiglitz Historic Park. The unusual geology of the Brisbane Ranges has preserved plants that have long since vanished from the region, together with a correspondingly diverse bird population and the greatest density of koalas in Victoria. Walking in later winter and spring is the best time of year to see the glorious display of wildflowers in the park, including orchids, a huge variety of native peas and the rare Steiglitz Grevillea – found only in the Brisbane Ranges. Bird watchers will also be rewarded with over 180 bird species recorded in the park. There are two designated public access camping grounds in the park, Boar Gully in the north and Fridays near Steiglitz. Both have toilets and tank water, plus designated camp trailer or caravan sites at each camp ground. Keep an eye out for orange/yellow triangles pinned onto trees, which indicate the right direction of the trail. In the last leg of the walk, in the old mining area of Steiglitz Historic Park, the trail becomes quite rocky in parts, and uncovered mine shafts can be seen from the trail. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Environment
Natural

Features


Transport options
To start
Car

Points of Interest
Old Mill Camp Ground (hike-in)

Places & Areas
Australia
Victoria
Golden Plains Shire
Steiglitz
Buninyong District
Grampians
Western Victoria Region
Brisbane Ranges National Park
Steiglitz Historic Park


Clematis Falls Loop Walk
5 km circuit
1 h 30 min to 2 h 30 min
East Track, Northern Range and Branding Yard Loop
8.2 km circuit
2 h 45 min to 4 h
Emerald to Cockatoo Walk
6.8 km oneway
2 h to 3 h
Emerald to Cockatoo Walk
6.8 km
Oneway

Walk
2 h to 3 h

Run
45 min to 1 h 30 min

Starting near the car park next to the Emerald Tourist Railway Board on Kilvington Drive, Emerald, this walk leads to Cockatoo following roughly along the Puffing Billy train track. The walk starts in Emerald, taking in the magnificent Nobilius Gardens and Emerald Lake Park, then heads through the towering gums of Wrights Forest before descending gently to Cockatoo. Emerald Lake Park is a popular destination for a picnic, with a playground, cafe and toilet facilities. The walk is on a flat track and is ideal for families with children, prams, cyclists, and dog walkers. Distinct yellow arrows mark the track, making it easy to follow. The trail crosses over the road at times, and you can see farms with horses and alpacas. The trail finishes by the Puffing Billy Station, where there's a small playground, picnic areas and good eating spots. If you go on a weekend or a school holiday, you can catch the Puffing Billy back from Cockatoo. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Highlights
Cafe

Environment
Natural
Rural
Urban

Features


Transport options
To start
Car
Train

From end
Car
Train

Points of Interest
Emerald Lake Park
Pepis Land
Puffing Billy Park

Places & Areas
Australia
Victoria
Shire of Cardinia
Melbourne
Emerald
Cockatoo
Avonsleigh
Eastern Victoria Region
Gembrook District
Wright Forest Bushland Reserve
Wright Forest
Emerald Lake Park
Puffing Billy Historic and Cultural Features Reserve
Pepi's Land
Nobelius Heritage Park


Erskine Falls Extended Loop
21 km circuit
7 h to 11 h
Erskine Falls Extended Loop
21 km
Circuit

Walk
7 h to 11 h

This walk starts near the Allenvale Road Carpark, at the end of Allenvale Road, Lorne, looping along the Otway Ranges following the Erskine River. Embark on a hike that takes you past Phantom Falls, the Cora Lynn Cascades, Lemonade Creek, Erskine Falls, Straw Falls, Splitter Falls and the Erskine River Rapids. Navigate through lush green foliage and mossy forest, with the gentle sound of the running stream throughout the hike. The walk is long and challenging, but at each waterfall, you are rewarded with spectacular views of water cascading over cliff faces. The trail is quite muddy and damp in some places. There are many river crossings across really slippery rocks, but with the help of hiking poles and some cautious stepping, you can make it through without wet shoes. This walk should not be attempted when the water levels are high. Dogs are allowed on a small portion of this trail, but most of the loop is in Great Otway National Park, which generally does not allow dogs. There is a campsite en route, and this hike can be completed with an overnight stop. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Highlights
Views
Waterfall

Environment
Natural

Features


Transport options
To start
Car

Points of Interest
Allenvale Carpark
Allenvale Mill Camp Site
Cora Lynn Carpark
Erskine Backpackers
Phantom Falls
Splitter Falls Lookout
Straw Falls
The Fat Ladies
cascades

Places & Areas
Australia
Victoria
Surf Coast Shire
Lorne
Barwon South West
Polwarth District
Western Victoria Region
Great Otway National Park




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