There's plenty to keep you on the go with an extensive network of bushwalking, running and cycling trails. From the popular Lilydale - Warburton Rail Trail to the glorious vistas of the Yarra Ranges National Park that cradles the upper reaches of the Yarra River there is a path for you. Watch our video here.

Here's a selection of our must do walks with full explanations, maps and guides:

Backstairs track/Little Joe loop
O'Shannassey Hi Low Aqueduct
La La Falls
Mt Donna Buang (one kilometre vertical climb)
Richard's Tramline
Walk Into History (includes the Ada Tree)
Warburton Township Loop

But it doesn't end there! We have so many delightful walks, you'll be back again and again to explore the beauty of:

Redwood Forest
Scotchmans Creek
Bicentennial Trail
Big Pats Creek/Starling Gap
Kurth Kiln
Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail
Morleys Track / Dom Dom Saddle
O'Shannassey Aqueduct
Rainforest Gallery
Reids Tramline
Seven Acre Rock
Ada Tree Walk
The Peninsula Tunnels (Big and Little)
Toorongo Falls

The Yarra Ranges National Park is our pride and joy and will provide you with many varied experiences in nature. Yarra State Forest Walks are listed here.

Here are some tips for safe and enjoyable bushwalking in our forests. Many of our walks will be different according to the season. Imagine the fun you can have on Mt Donna Baung in summer and winter!

For easy wanders around town try:

Warburton Circuit Walk
Three easy walks of Warburton

So many walks you will need to stay the whole weekend!