Five Epic Multi-Day Hikes to Conquer Near Melbourne
Walk your way through the most beautiful parts of Victoria (while staying at remote campgrounds) during these multi-day hikes near Melbourne.
Chances are you've driven at least some part of the Great Ocean Road. Now it's time to walk it. The 100-kilometre-long Great Ocean Walk starts at Apollo Bay and sticks to the coast to Port Campbell.
GREAT OCEAN WALK, APOLLO BAY TO PORT CAMPBELL
The Southern Prom is one of Victoria's most popular multi-day hikes. To get going, drive to the trailhead at Telegraph Saddle Car Park (about 220 kilometres southeast of Melbourne).
THE SOUTHERN PROM CIRCUIT, WILSONS PROMONTORY NATIONAL PARK
If fresh mountain air, 360-degree views and shimmering lakes are on your mind — and you're not afraid of a bit of climbing — then the Grampians Peaks Trail is for you.
GRAMPIANS PEAKS TRAIL, GRAMPIANS NATIONAL PARK
If heights are your thing, then make your next adventure the Great Walhalla Alpine Trail. This 40-kilometre trek is just a teeny-tiny section of the massive Australian Alps Walk; a 650-kilometre track that travels through Australia's high country.
GREAT WALHALLA ALPINE TRAIL, WALHALLA TO MOUNT BAW BAW ALPINE VILLAGE
The Wilderness Coast Walk is a lengthy one, with the Victorian stretch running over 80 kilometres from Sydenham Inlet in Croajingolong National Park, right through to Mallacoota.
WILDERNESS COAST WALK, CROAJINGOLONG NATIONAL PARK
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