Explore the most popular birding trails near Healesville with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Decent and well marked trail, the forest was beautiful and dense. A lot of fallen trees on the track but nothing that's an issue. Not too many scenic views from the top of the elevation but still a nice hike

This trail surprised me. Really didn't expect a whole lot but beautiful scenery and perfect length. Waterfall was flowing well too. Definitely recommend heading right from water gauge camp. Enjoy!

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3 months ago

Great trail. No rigorous sections. However you do have to jump a few fallen trees. There are some nice picnic spots throughout the trail. Took us just over 2 hours. Some parts can be slippy. Would be an amazing experience at sunset / dark. All up, great hike.

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3 months ago

Very pleasant walk, through mountain ash and tree ferns. We were lucky enough to see black cockatoos and hear gang gangs. Take care on boardwalks which are extremely slippery as the wire mesh has been removed (hopefully it will be replaced). No really spectacular views but very pleasant and quiet.

hiking
3 months ago

@jeddperez

Great hike with amazing views at the top! Was a good work out not too hard I would say but definitely need to be some what fit :)

Great trail visually, however not marked out very well, you get lost in the scenery. We completed the loop and then got onto the Myrtle Creek Trail by accident. it added about 8km to our hike. Will definitely come back to explore some more..

hiking
Thursday, August 03, 2017

Nice moderate walk, dense rain-forest feel close to Healesville. Fairly quiet trail in the Yarra Ranges, highly recommended.

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