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.

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.

Westerfolds Park

Situated beside the Yarra River in Templestowe, Westerfolds Park offers over 120 hectares of parkland perfect for picnicking, cycling, walking and canoeing.

Wilks Creek Trail

This energetic walking and cycling trail loops through the Wilks Creek catchment passing through a variety of forest types.

Wombelano Falls

Located off Captains Creek Road, Wombelano Falls offers a 1.5km circuit walking track to view the falls.

Yarra Valley Trail

Stage 1A of the Yarra Valley Trail is now open providing 7km of trail access (or approx 15 km return) from Lilydale to McIntyre Lane, Yering.

Yarra Ranges National Park

Cradling the Yarra River headwaters and much of Melbourne’s water catchment, the Yarra Ranges National Park features majestic Mountain Ash trees.

Yarra River Walk

Yarra River Walk is a wide track that begins halfway along Everard Drive and follows the river. The track is shared by walkers, joggers, cyclists and horse riders.

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