Victoria is packed with hiking trails. From coast walks to rainforest treks and mountain hikes, the diversity in terrain and ecosystems across one of the smallest states in Australia seems endless.

As we explore more walks and trails across Victoria, we’ll be sharing them. We’ll be improving this web page over the coming months, but here’s a whole bunch of hiking trails in Victoria to take a look at in the meantime.

If you’ve got any questions about hiking or camping in Victoria, be sure to get in touch and we look forward to hearing from you!

More content about hiking in Victoria & a new look is on the way

We’re exploring Victoria as we speak. On the daily, we’re adding more hiking trail write-ups, videos and pictures of us hiking in Victoria and sourcing new gear to help you get outdoors in Australia. At the moment, we’ve got the focus on creating a whole heap of content around hiking in Victoria, soon we’ll have a lot more trails up on this page and then we’ll spend some time aesthetics. We hope that you enjoy reading about some of the hiking trails mentioned above and we look forward to deliver an updated and nice page about all things hiking in Victoria soon!


Chasing Slow – Part 20: NSW South-ish Coast

Back to the coast! We’ve been inland for a while since canoeing down the Glenelg River at the start of

Chasing Slow – Part 19: Canberra

Right up in the northern part of the mountains that we’ve been exploring for the last few weeks, just where

Chasing Slow – Part 18: Australia’s Highest Mountain

We hiked up the highest mountain in Australia! ..but, not as planned. Exploring the Australian Alps wouldn’t be complete without

Chasing Slow – Part 17: Mount Buffalo

Over the years, we’ve heard a lot about Bright and how nice the place is, & as it’s only a

Chasing Slow – Part 16: Daylesford

We’ve been roughing it for a while and after getting some well needed rest, we combed our hair and headed

Chasing Slow – Part 15: Great Ocean Road Bypass

Completing the Glenelg River Canoe Trail was a lot of fun, although pretty exhausting! So, we skipped the Great Ocean

Chasing Slow – Part 14: Glenelg River Canoe Trail

A fair few Christmas’s ago, Tom (my brother) & I went canoeing down the Glenelg River over a few days

Chasing Slow – Part 13: The Red Centre

We’re on a mission! We’re heading south, then south again. Our original plan was to complete a clockwise lap of

Chasing Slow – Part 12: Northern Territory Top End

Goodbye Lake Argyle, farewell the Kimberley, see ya later Western Australia – we’re crossing into the Northern Territory. We pulled

Chasing Slow – Part 11: Lake Argyle

Rain arrived and flood waters rose, the roads went under water and the way out was closed. We broke down

Chasing Slow – Part 10: We broke down in Fitzroy Crossing!

We got up and left Broome at 5:00 for a long, remote drive through the Kimberley. Better to be safe

Chasing Slow – Part 9: Entering the Kimberley through Broome

Waking up to the soaring heat in the full exposure to the sun, a body that felt like it was

Chasing Slow – Part 8: Gorgeous Gorges of Karijini

It’s time to head inland after spending most of the last 11,000 kms along the coast. We’re heading west from

Chasing Slow – Part 7: Exmouth

“It doesn’t get better than Exmouth” – Western Australian locals. Since crossing into WA and sharing our travel plans around

Chasing Slow – Part 6: Perth & Heading North via Kalbarri

With the south coast complete, it’s time for some sun! Winter is over and we’re heading north, so it’s going

Chasing Slow – Part 5: Margaret River

The entire southern part of Western Australia is stunning and diverse. The coastline is home to turquoise coloured water with