Surrounded by the green folds of the Great Divide, Marysville has welcomed tourists to its mountain vistas, fern walks and spectacular waterfalls for over 120 years.
Early visitors based themselves in grand Victorian guesthouses, took horse buggy rides along Lady Talbot Drive and picnicked beneath the tree ferns and towering Mountain Ash. In the wake of the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires, Marysville has revitalised a network of shared trails that enable walkers, cyclists and horseriders to experience the best nature has to offer.
Visit majestic Steavenson Falls, take a forest drive to the Beeches or enjoy the expansive view at Keppel Lookout. Experience the region's rich logging history at the Cambarville Historical Township and walk among some of Australia's tallest and oldest living trees. This is Marysville as you have never seen it before.
Download the Marysville Trails guide at www.marysvilletourism.com.