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Mt Dandenong Walks

Mt Dandenong Walks

Mt Dandenong boasts a number of scenic walking trails amid the beautiful mountainous landscape and the adjacent deciduous forest. Each of the Mt Dandenong walks is unique and offers you an exceptional experience with the opportunity to enjoy and see the most scenic views of the surrounding area.

The popular 1000 steps are perhaps the favourite and most challenging walks in the area. With a long pathway across the steep stony landscape and surrounded by dense forested the this Kokoda Memorial walking trail is truly a must-do activity for enthusiastic hikers.

Mt Dandenong Walks, Walking Tracks & Trails Map, Dandenong Ranges

Other popular walks include the Kyeema Track; a low difficulty walking trail across the gorgeous Kyeema Memorial Mountain. The Kyeema Track also houses a memorial with the spot where the Kyeema aircraft had crashed. This scenic walking track takes you through the mountainous pathways leading to the Sky High Cafe.

Hardy Gully Nature Walk is also a renowned, yet low difficulty walk that leads to the Grants Picnic Ground Mountain. This is truly an impressive walking track that takes you back to ancient origins while introducing you to the cool temperate of the rainforest.

The Stables Track Loop trail is medium difficulty and runs along the Doongalla Homestead Picnic Ground and its mountain.

The walking trails near Sherbrooke are also quite impressive. You will find low to medium difficulty trails at these points, with the low difficulty trail only being 2.4kms and finishes at Sherbrooke Mountain.

Most of the Mt Dandenong walks are located near scenic park and campgrounds; so visitors coming here can also plan for a bit camping, picnicking and sightseeing. Check out the maps located in the parklands which will direct you to many of the interesting walks in the area.

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