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What are the Best Walking Tracks in Melbourne?

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by Vanessa (subscribe)
WeekendNotes Chief Editor / Chief Writer / PR & Communications.
Published July 4th 2011
Here at WeekendNotes, we have reviewed numerous walking tracks and trails located in Melbourne and outer Victoria.

Gardiners Creek Trail and Gardiners Creek in Gardiners Reserve, Burood, Victoria


Some of the walking tracks highlighted by the Melbourne WeekendNotes team have included Red Hill Rail Trail, Lysterfield Park, Maribyrnong River Trail, McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park , Scotchmans Creek Trail, Hanging Rock, Bayside's Architectural Trails, Anglers River Trail, Capital City Trail, Mt. Feathertop and one of our most popular articles - 1,000 Steps in Ferntree Gully. You can view all of our Melbourne walking track and trail suggestions here.

If you know of any great walking tracks or trails located in Melbourne or Victoria, please let us know by leaving a comment below.

We look forward to your suggestions.
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Prince's park in Parkville! So close the city. Excellent for running too. Royal Park in the same area's not bad either! =D
By sinea21 - reader
Tuesday, 12th of July @ 12:59 pm
Brimbank park,even directly under E J Whitten bridge. You wouldn't think so driving over it but lovely native plants, ducks and over secrets are down there.
By Victo79 - reader
Thursday, 7th of July @ 12:49 am
Fitzroy Gardens, East Melbourne
By dina_ - reader
Thursday, 7th of July @ 12:23 pm
Hobsons Bay Coastal Trail. The Hobsons Bay Coastal Trail runs for 23 kilometres, all off-road through parkland, from the West Gate Bridge in Spotswood to Skeleton Creek in Altona Meadows, where it joins the Skeleton Creek Trail. There are even bird hides for the twitchers. Marian.
By maria - reader
Tuesday, 19th of July @ 04:56 am

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