There's plenty to keep you on the go with an extensive network of bushwalking and cycling trails. From the popular Lilydale - Warburton Rail Trail to the glorious vista of the Yarra Ranges National Park that cradles the upper reaches of the Yarra River there is a path for you. Road cyclists enjoy the scenic rides such as the Chum Creek to Toolangi climb and the challenge of the Mt Donna Buang summit.

Mount Juliet

The steep walking track leading to the summit of Mt Juliet requires a high level of fitness.

Mt Donna Buang

At an elevation of 1245 metres, the summit features a lookout tower which is 21 metres high and offers panoramic views over Melbourne, the Yarra Valley, Dandenong and Cathedral Ranges, Mount Baw Baw and the Alps. It is also a popular picnic area and starting point for walks on the mountain.

Mt Victoria to Mt Donna Buang

The walk goes through mixed species forest at Mt Victoria, then up through Mountain Ash to Mt Donna Buang summit where there is a 21 metre high observation tower, picnic tables and a large but basic shelter hut without doors.

Mullum Mullum Trail

The Mullum Mullum Trail is the major attraction of the Mullum Mullum Creek Linear Park which is an 18.5 kilometre nature lover's trail from the Yarra River in Templestowe to the EastLink Trail in Donvale.

Myers Creek Road Climb

Climbing Myers Creek Road
The Myers Creek Road climb twists its way through Paul's Range and follows the general course of the Myers Creek valley as it cascades it way down the hillside.

Myrtle Gully Loop

The circuit passes through Myrtle Beech and Mountain Ash forest, with remnants of the timber cutting from the early 1900s still seen in the giant Mountain Ash stumps alongside the track.

Neds Peak

Follow the first 2.6km of the Cathedral Northern Circuit to walk to the summit of Neds Peak and enjoy the view.

North Jawbone Circuit

Follow the first 2.4km of the Cathedral Northern Circuit, cross the creek and then climb up the steep Cathedral’s eastern slope. There is also a rocky staircase.

North Jawbone Peak

The steepness of the ascent requires a high level of fitness but the views of The Razorback and Sugarloaf Peak to the south and Little River Valley to the east are worth it.

O'Shannassy Aqueduct Trail

The O'Shannassy Aqueduct trail is a 30 kilometre walking and bike riding trail from East Warburton to Don Valley in the Upper Yarra Valley.

Pound Bend Walk

From 20 minutes to one hour, Pound Bend Walk features: historic tunnel, picnic ground, wallabies, birds, signage re Aboriginal tribe, early settlers and gold discovery.

Queens Park Playspace

The Queens Park Playspace features new playground equipment, landscaping and paths to create formal and informal seating and play areas and equipment and areas for families and people of all ages.