Victoria

Cycling from Melbourne Tullamarine airport to the city centre

  • Bicycle
  • One way — 30 km
  • 2 hours
  • Accessible by public transport
  • Easy
  • 3/5
Yes it’s possible! You can get off the plane, assemble your bike and ride to the CBD on nice quiet dedicated cycle trails all the way to the CBD. This is the best way to start your trip! You can assemble the bikes in a quiet corner of the terminal, and then just cycle under the Freeway to Marker Rd. At the end of this (short) road there is a very nice cycle trail called the Moonee Ponds Creek Trail, this leads to the CBD and to the network of trails. To get to the CBD you will have to leave this trail at Flemington Bridge and take South on the Capital City Trail. At Docklands you can take (...)

Upper Ferntree Gully - Dandenong Ranges NP

  • Bushwalk
  • Loop — 10 km
  • 3 hours
  • Accessible by public transport
  • Easy
  • 3/5
Walking in the Dandenong Ranges Access By car: 40 km east from the city centre of Melbourne. On Burwood Highway or Canterbury Road if you start from Ferntree Gully Picnic Ground. By train: take the train toward Belgrave and leave at the Upper Ferntree Gully station (not at the Ferntree Gully station, that is the one just before when we come from the city). Track When you get off the train, turn on the left to leave the station by the tunnel and follow the railway to the east (towards Belgrave). The Dandenong Ranges National Park is just about one kilometer, there is a small path on your (...)

Camels Hump — Mt Macedon Regional Park

  • Bushwalk
  • Loop — 10 km
  • 3 hours
  • Easy
  • 2/5
Acces Ouvrir la carte en grand Start/finish: Camels Hump’s parking lot on Cameron Drive, called MacDonald Reservoir on the park leaflet. Alternatively, you can start from McGregors Picnic Ground where the parking lot is bigger. Around 70 km North West from Melbourne. By public transport: you can catch the train until Mount Macedon from Melbourne (lines Bendigo-Melbourne via Sundbury and Echuca/Moama-Melbourne via Bendigo or Heathcote) but you’re gonna walk around 10 km to join the start of the hike. Track Begin by climbing 450 metres on Camels Hump Track. Take the MRWT path which (...)