Long distance hikes
If you’re a serious hiker and are looking for a longer hiking challenge, then these iconic trails may be a perfect match. From Alpine meadows to rocky escarpments and pristine beaches, the memories made hiking these trails will stay with you forever.
These hikes also offer flexibility if you are looking to do less than the full length, allowing you to customise your hiking experience. As these hikes present a challenge it is important put your safety first and prepare thoroughly to tackle these adventures.
Grampians Peaks Trail
The Grampians Peaks Trail (160km) is a world-class 13-day hiking experience from Mt Zero in the north, through Halls Gap and finishing at Dunkeld. It can also be completed in shorter sections.
Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing
One of Victoria's icon walks, the 37km Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing (FHAC) is a 3 day/2 night walk through the Alpine National Park, linking the resort villages of Falls Creek and Mt Hotham.
Great Ocean Walk
The Great Ocean Walk extends just over 100km between Apollo Bay and the Twelve Apostles near Princetown. The spectacular walk weaves its way through tall forests, coastal heathlands, wild rocky shores, river estuaries and windswept cliff-tops presenting amazing views.
Wilderness Coast Walk
The Wilderness Coast Walk extends 100km from the eastern shores of Sydenham Inlet in Croajingolong National Park, to Wonboyn in the Nadgee Nature Reserve, New South Wales. This spot boasts a beautiful scenic walk along bright sanded beaches.
Great South West Walk
Walk the diverse landscapes of Lower Glenelg National Park, Discovery Bay Coastal Park, Cobboboonee National Park and Cape Nelson State Park. Starting from Portland, the walk travels across rugged cliffs, on remote beaches, past ancient lakes and through majestic, tall forest.