Below is a list of the top and leading Bush Walk Places in Melbourne. To help you find the best bush walk places located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Melbourne’s Best Bush Walk Places:
The top rated bush walk places that offers quality and beautiful environment are:
- Victoria Walks
- Currawong Bush Park
- Kokoda Track Memorial Walk
Victoria Walks they need more people walking to provide exercise, improve the health of the community and tackle the obesity epidemic and related diseases. There are 1001 reasons why increasing the number of people who walk every day will make our community happier, healthier, safer, stronger and more sustainable – but there are also 1001 reasons why the number of people who walk every day has dropped sharply in recent decades.
Dog-Friendly Walks, Pram Friendly Walks, Weekend Walks, Botanic Garden Walks, Waterfalls Walk, Regional Walks.
“Best place to spend a weekend morning doing a cardio” -Nathalie Green
Currawong Bush Park
Currawong Bush Park is a great place for kids to explore and immerse themselves in the outside world. Discover the sculptures dotted around the trails in the bush. Landscapers, sculptors and artists have helped create a natural play space for kids to explore at Currawong Bush Park. Can you spot the kangaroo? Play in the woven cubby, curl up in the giant nest or count the ants the echidna is about to eat.
Bushland Area, BBQ, Playground, Off Street Parking, All Manna of Gums Walking, Currawong Bush Park Walks, Mullum Mullum Trail, Conference Centre.
“Beautiful bushland with easy access. Nice to spend a quiet walk which is not too challenging. Plenty of wildlife depending on the time of day. Relaxing, yes back to nature. -BJ Turner
Kokoda Track Memorial Walk
Kokoda Track Memorial Walk is an institution for fitness enthusiasts across Melbourne. Making the 3km trek one of the most popular spots in the Dandenong Ranges National Park, but its steep terrain is not to be underestimated. But this suits many just fine who are often preparing to undertake the real “Kokoda Track”. Created in the early 1900s, the 1000 Steps Walk was originally made from the trunks of tree ferns laid along the wetter areas of the track to make the 290 metre ascent somewhat easier. These have been replaced by a combination of wooden steps and concrete section overtime to ensure that the track can cater for users year round in all weather.
Gardens & Nurseries, Places to Eat, Farmgate Produce, Picnic & Playgrounds, Walk & Cycle, Natures & Adventure, Market & Shop, Spa & Well Being.
“Very beautiful and dense forest. We can’t see who or what’s there more than 10 meters. Such a dense forest and the track is really amazing. Need to be careful during the rains but for nature freaks it’s simply awesome. If we reach there by 7am you’ll hear different bird chirping sounds which makes you fresh and energetic.” -Gowtham Sai