Blessed with varying terrain and topography the Dandenong Ranges provides visitors with stunning National Park and State forest to experience any number of walks and trails, suiting all fitness levels. Just as this environment lends itself so well for all types of cycling from the State Mountain Bike Centre at Lysterfield Lake Park to road riding the climbs of Mount Dandenong like "The Wall", "Devil's Elbow" or "1 in 20".

Oxfam Trailwalker

Dandenong Ranges, Trailwalker
Oxfam Trailwalker is a challenging event that also changes lives, including yours. Oxfam Trailwalker Melbourne, being held 29-30 March 2019, will see teams walk from Emerald Lake to Fairfield through some of Melbourne’s best trails over a 36 hour period.

R.J. Hamer Arboretem

With views that stretch across to Silvan Dam and the Yarra Valley, the R.J. Hamer Arboretum provides visitors with 120 hectares of breathtaking scenery and tranquil beauty.

Sherbrooke Falls Walk

A short walk in the the Sherbrooke Forest with the Dandenong Ranges National Park, experience the fern gullies and towering Mountain Ash as you reach the picturesque Sherbrooke Falls.

The Wall

The Wall climbs back up the east side of Mt. Dandenong from Monbulk to Olinda. The climb is named after two steep sections, one that sees the gradient peak at 10%.

Woolrich Lookout

Woolrich Lookout, with its stunning views of the Yarra Valley and Silvan Dam, is one of the best viewing areas in the Dandenong Ranges.

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