Trails close to Marysville
There are about 7 beautiful walks close to the Marysville township.
From a short leisurely 700m stroll to the popular Steavenson's Falls, or for the more adventurous, a hike along the Keppel Lookout trail, (11km).
Maps are available at the Visitor Information Centre in the main street. Some will be on hand in your cottage.
Other Great Waterfall Walks (Lady Talbot Drive has been closed recently due to fallen trees - Check at Visitor Centre first)
Taggerty Cascades, Keppel Falls & Phantom Falls walks all start after a short 8.5km scenic journey up Lady Talbot Drive.
The Beeches Rainforest Walk
A circuit walk that includes old growth temperate rainforest trees, thick green mosses and boardwalks crossing crystal clear rivers.
Lake Mountain Trails & Boardwalks
offer some of the best bushwalking near Melbourne, with an extensive number of well marked, well-maintained hiking trails that make exploring Victoria’s alpine landscape easy.
is where the Cumberland Walk starts, (4km long), and leads you to Victoria's tallest Mountain Ash tree.
You'll also see the treefern lined Cora Lynn Falls, the Big Culvert and the sweeping views of the Cumberland Valley from Sovereign View.
This hikers paradise is just 20mins drive from Marysville, with over a dozen hiking tracks ranging from easy to hard.
Challenging rockfaces, caves, clear flowing streams, wildflowers in the spring, wildlife and breathtaking mountaintop views.