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.

Reids Tramline

This walk follows a historic tramline where horses and steam locomotives once hauled logs out of the forest.

Richards Tramline

This walk follows a historic tramline where horses and later, steam locomotives once hauled logs out of the forest.

Riverside Drive Walk

The Yarra River is the lifeblood of Melbourne and it is no more beautiful than in its upper reaches here in the Warburton Valley where the water runs clear before it crosses the clay flats further downstream.

Ruffey Lake Park

Loved by locals and visitors and flaunted as the park that ‘has it all’, Ruffey Lake Park is popular for social gatherings and family reunions.

Seven Acre Rock

Seven Acre Rock is a large rocky outcrop that provides some of the most spectacular views of the Yarra State Forest, Bunyip State Park and adjoining farm land. On a clear day, it is possible to see Western Port Bay and Port Phillip Bay. The tranquil lookout provides an excellent location to listen to native birds while enjoying the beauty of the surrounding forest.

The Eastern Golf Club

The Eastern Golf Club with Kangaroos, Yarra Valley
Located within an hour of Melbourne, Australia - The Eastern Golf Club has established a beautiful country estate featuring within the peaceful environment of the Yarra Valley. The golfing enthusiast will enjoy, a Greg Norman designed, 27-hole championship course, and Par-3 9-hole, Shark Waters.

Toolangi State Forest

Toolangi State Park has a number of things to see and do including a Discovery Centre, scenic trails and a variety of wildlife - including the elusive lyrebird!

Tree Fern Gully Trail

This gently undulating shared trail links Marysville with Steavenson Falls Scenic Reserve and is the best way to approach the falls.

Two day outdoor adventure wandering the Warburton Highway

Warburton is a one of those country towns that instantly makes you feel at home. With the welcoming chorus of the Yarra River – which ebbs through the centre of town – and the sweet song of the forests to greet you, an overnight stay in Warburton is the ultimate in refresh, reset and revive.

Walk Into History

Following historic timber tramways that wind their way through spectacular forest and cool temperate rainforest.

Warburton Rainforest Gallery Trail

A 350 metre long elevated walkway takes you through the Rainforest Gallery where you will see magnificent 65 metre tall old growth Mountain Ash trees, ancient Myrtle Beech trees, ferns, mosses and other plants that make up this damp and diverse rainforest environment.

Warburton to Mt Donna Buang (Martyrs Road)

Whether you’re training for a seriously steep overseas trek a la Kokoda or Kilimanjaro or just want to complete the best vertical, mountain climb close to Melbourne, the Mount Donna Buang Walking Track is for you.

Warrandyte State Park

The closest state park to Melbourne, Warrandyte is a haven for picnickers, bushwalkers, canoeists, birdwatchers and those who enjoy peace and solitude. Mountain bikes are permitted within the park but must remain on management vehicle only tracks.

Warrandyte Walking Trails

Warrandyte is 24km north east of the city of Melbourne and is home to approximately 8,000 people. It is situated on the Yarra River and was originally a hunting ground for the Wurundjeri people.

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