Victoria's parks and reserves offer everything from gentle strolls to challenging multi-day walks. With the chance to tune into nature and enjoy the fresh air, to be soothed by a breeze in the trees, to feel sun on your face and take in beautiful scenery, you’re certain to want to spend more time walking in Victoria’s parks.
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Near the township of Buchan, lies a honeycomb of caves full of spectacular limestone formations. The caves were formed by underground rivers cutting through limestone rock and rain water seeping through cracks. Discover the beautiful calcite-rimmed pools of Royal Cave and the elaborate stalactites and stalagmites of Fairy Cave on a guided tour, conducted daily.
Great Ocean Walk offers challenging and diverse walking experiences along some of Australia's most spectacular coastline and stretches from Apollo Bay to the shadows of the Twelve Apostles. It not only gives ambitious long-haul bushwalkers an incredible new experience but has been designed so that walkers can 'step-on and step-off' the trail completing short, day or overnight hikes.
Mount Buffalo is an all-seasons playground. In summer, wildflowers are plentiful and the park is a cool retreat from the heat of the lowlands. Enjoy picnics, canoeing and camping at Lake Catani in the summer months. In winter the park is ideal for cross-country skiing, toboganning and general snow play, providing great fun for the whole family.