Walks in Maroondah City Council
Walks in Croydon
Croydon Park Accessible Walk (1km loop)
The accessible paths of Croydon Park wander under the branches of large trees, through grassy lawns and to a small wetland. It is a place to relax and enjoy. Find more information about the reserve's facilities at the walk map link above.
Warrien Reserve walk (gentle 1.1km loop)
This leafy suburban flora Reserve is packed with native plants and a variety of spaces kids will love. The time spent wandering the nature trails will leave the whole family relaxed and happy.
Doreset Recreation Trail (5km loop)
You wouldn't know this impressive shared pathway circuit exists unless you are a local. A well maintained bushy track loops around the attractive Dorset Public Golf Course & expansive playing fields.
Town park and Tarralla Wetlands Accessible walk (2km loop)
This wide, accessible path takes you into the new wetlands with views over Mount Dandenong. Walk or roll through shady woodlands, then watch water birds take off from the creek. Find more information about the reserve's facilities at the walk map link above.
Tarralla Creek Trail (9km one-way, public transport accessible both ends)
This linear walk is full of surprises. Nestled against the backdrop of the Dandenong Ranges, it follows Tarralla Creek from one special features park to the next. Amazing amenity packed into 9km.
Walks in Ringwood
Ringwood Lake Accessible Walk (1.1km loop suitable for people with mobility disabilities)
This peaceful lake walk or roll is in a bushy park. It is nice place to get away from the busy suburbs. This place has something for all ages and abilities to enjoy.
McAlpin Reserve Accessible Walk (1km loop suitable for people with mobility disability)
Follow wide accessible paths around this lovely garden reserve with a small lake and large shady trees. Enjoy accessible features such as the new playground, BBQ and picnic tables.
Find more information about the reserve's facilities at the walk map link above.
Wombalano Bushland walk, (a 1.5km loop walk)
This lovely bushland reserve preserves species indigenous to the Ringwood, Croydon and Heathmont area while providing picnic facilities, a playground, public toilets and nature trails.
Ringwood East loop, (6km loop)
Station to Station walks begin and end at a railway station. No car required. This one is a walk of secret passages and foothill heights, of hidden farmland and suburban sights.
Two Creeks, Ringwood Station walk (a 10km urban hike)
A loop walk beginning and ending at Ringwood Railway Station. This walk connects the Mullum Mullum Creek (Ringwood section) and Dandenong Creek (Heatherdale and Heathmont section) Trails