Warrandyte State Park Walks


The Warrandyte National Park and its surrounds is a fantastic place for walking, especially if you like to walk along the river while you do it.

Gold Heritage Walk

The Gold Heritage Walk at Warrandyte State Park is a real gem. At only about 30 minutes drive from the Melbourne CBD, it is easy to incorporate it into a range of other activities on the eastern edge of the city such as the Yarra Valley or the lovely riverside suburb of Warrandyte.

Other Warrandyte Walks

There are a few different walks in Warrandyte – mostly in the Warrandyte National Park. One favorite is the walk along the Yarra River at Jumping Creek Reserve. A nice alternative is to drive north over the bridge in Warrandyte, go right and head to the Yarra River Linear Reserve at Koornong. You can then walk along the river back towards Warrandyte on the opposite side of the Jumping Creek track. This one is just the public strip of land between the river and properties along the river. We stopped when the river was very close to the culdesac at Osbourne Road – there is a public access way from the river track to the culdesac. Something a bit different is you’ve done the other offical tracks in the Warrandyte National Park.

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