The Narracan Way

Distance: Approx. 4km - return Time: 1 hr 15 mins - return Difficulty: Moderate – not well signed & the path is not always clear. Toilets: No Pram Friendly: No Dog Friendly: Yes – on leads as you are walking through farmland We found this walk when we visited Narracan Falls a few weekends ago. Honestly you wouldn’t even know it was there, it was only because we walked around the whole reserve that we found the sign for it. I did find out after posting my pictures of it that

Narracan Falls

Time: We spent about 15 mins here Difficulty: Easy Toilets: No Pram Friendly: Yes Dog Friendly: Yes This is a beautiful place to visit and fairly close by. I only just visited here for the first time a couple of months ago and I have lived in Gippsland my whole life. Getting there: I would google map the directions here as there are a few different ways you can go, depending on where you’re coming from. There are a couple of paths to access views of the falls, you can access

Nangara Reserve – Short

Distance: Approx. 2km Time: I spent 30mins here Difficulty: Easy Toilets: No Pram Friendly: Yes – there is only a couple of stairs on the Frog Track Pet Friendly: Yes This is a wonderful reserve with so many different things spread throughout. There’s no right or wrong way to go around this reserve, just wander throughout as you find all the different sculptures and art pieces. Getting there: It’s about a 5-minute drive from Jindivick. Located off Jackson’s Track, down Nangar

Mount Worth State Park

1. Giants Circuit Distance: 1.8km Time: 40 mins Difficulty: Easy 2. Moonlight Circuit Distance: 8.5km Time: 3hrs Difficulty: Hard - Climbing the hills of the Moonlight Divide & Link Tracks are long & steep. 3. Gardiners Mill Track Distance: 3km Time: 1 hr 15 mins Difficulty: Moderate 4. Maslins Mill Track Distance: 800 metres Time: 30 mins Difficulty: Easy 5. Waterfall Bower Circuit Distance: 7.2km Time: 2 hrs 30 mins Difficulty: Hard - some steep & muddy sections 6. The Moun

Mount Nicoll / Loader Walk - Fish Creek

Walks: Mount Nicholl Lookout: 200m – 10 minutes return Loader Walk: 2.1km – 1 Hour return Difficulty: Moderate – with uneven surface and hills. Toilets: No Pet Friendly: Yes Pram Friendly: No I came across this walk on the very helpful Visit Prom Country website, which I have inserted the link below. The Prom Country also has a fantastic app which has heaps information and on each of the walks it offers you a map of the walk, if you’re not sure where you are going its handy t

Screw Creek Nature Walk, Inverloch

Distance: 2km return Time: 30 mins Difficulty: Easy Toilets: No Pram Friendly: Possible, there are a few steps along the way but would be easy enough to lift a pram up. Pet Friendly: Yes This is a beautiful small walk close to the heart of Inverloch, with beautiful views across the ocean and beach. Getting there: The actual start of this walk starts inside the Inverloch Foreshore Camping reserve, walk or drive through the boom gates of the campground and follow road. The boom

Lawson Falls, Bunyip State Park

Distance: 4.9km Circuit Time: 1 hr 30 mins - Return Difficulty: Moderate - If you do the full circuit expect to walk up some hills. Toilets: Yes Pram Friendly: No Pet Friendly: No I only found out about this walk a couple of weeks ago, so I did a bit of a road trip across the Baw Baw shire to a few cool places and this was one on the list. Its an awesome walk, so enjoyable and so beautiful, It really surprised me and has become one of my favourite walks. Getting there: Head

Moon Hill Walk, Buchan Caves Reserve – Short

Distance: 1km return Time: 20 mins Difficulty: Easy Toilets: Not at the walk but toilets aren’t far away near the visitors centre. Pram Friendly: No Pet Friendly: No This walk is situated in the Buchan Caves Reserve. It’s a wonderful place for a day out, there’s so much to do and see. You have the choice of seeing the amazing caves or doing a few walks or even just relaxing and having a picnic lunch. I’ve done this walk a couple of times now, it’s a small walk but there’s

Goomballa Falls

Distance: 300 metres - return Time: 15 min - return Difficulty: Moderate - uneven surfaces, slippery rocks & no signage Toilets: No Pram Friendly: No Pet Friendly: Yes **This walk is unmarked and unsigned.** I never knew these falls existed until I stopped in at the information gazebo near the Traralgon South Store and found some information about it. So, we decided to go exploring to find them. The drive up is very windy and narrow. I would suggest going up there in a 4wd,

Mt Tassie Loop, Tarra Bulga National Park

Distance: 20.4km – you can also do a 25km loop too. Time: 6 hours 20 minutes Difficulty: Hard Toilets: Yes Pram Friendly: No Start & Finish: Tarra Bulga Visitor Centre This walk is actually part of the Grand Strzelecki Trail which joins Tarra Bulga & Morwell National Parks in 100kms of track. You will find a sign in the middle of the Tarra Bulga visitor centre car park for Mt Tassie (8km), which will point you in the right direction. Follow the yellow markers, they are placed

Ralph Cornwall Loch Valley Tramway Walk, Noojee

Distance: 5km Time: 1 hr Difficulty: Easy Pram Friendly: Yes Pet Friendly: Yes I’ve done this walk a couple of times now, a very simple yet very enjoyable walk. Getting there: Travelling away from the town centre of Noojee down Loch Valley Rd, you cross a bridge over a river, then you want to turn left into a picnic area. If you park your car near the small trestle bridge, look on the riverbank back towards the road and you will find a sign & a path for the ‘Ralph Cornwall Tr

Toorongo Falls, Noojee

Distance: 2.2km Time: 40 mins Difficulty: Moderate Toilets: Yes Pram Friendly: No Pet Friendly: Yes I have been here a few times now and it sure is a beautiful place. The walk is about a 2.2km Loop, that incorporates the Toorongo Falls & the Amphitheater Falls. Getting there: Located about 15 mins drive from the town of Noojee. There are a few different ways of getting here. You can come via Willow Grove - a beautiful drive but a little on the windy side or you can come

Mt St Gwinear to Rock Shelter

Distance: 8kms Time: 3 hours (that’s including stopping twice at the summit and taking heaps of photos) Difficulty: Moderate Toilets: Yes - Drop Toilets Pram Friendly: No Pet Friendly: No The beauty of this place is there are so many options to do lots of different walks, you can make your walk as short or long as you like. You can do just Mt St Gwinear & back which is around 6km return, and if you want a really long walk you can walk to Baw Baw village which is around 18km

Welcome - Read me!

Hey Guys! Thanks for visiting, Im super excited to have this up and running and cant wait to share my adventures with you all!! I just wanted to start off with this first post to explain what my vision is for the site. I want to showcase all the walks i do, mostly around the Gippsland area. So you can come to the one site and find all the possible walks, big or small, in one place. I'm going to categorise them in the different regions of Gippsland: - Baw Baw - Wellington - L