Bicycle & Walking Tracks

Walks and Trails

Cover of the Walks and Trails brochure

Bass Coast has a wonderful range of rail trails, bushland and coastal walks offering diverse environments to explore.

Key walks and trails include the spectacular George Bass Coastal Walk and the Bass Coast Rail Trail. This is Victoria’s only coastal rail trail and showcases the region’s rich history against stunning coastal views. Phillip Island’s walks and cycle tracks are a well-kept secret. Rhyll Inlet is listed under the Ramsar Convention which encourages the designation of sites containing representative, rare or unique wetlands, or that are important for conserving biological diversity. With more than a quarter of Phillip Island conserved for the environment, nature lovers are spoilt for choice. 

For more information on all the walks here is the Walk and Trails brochure (PDF 4.35MB)

Bass Coast Rail Trail

Bass Coast is home to Victoria's only coastal rail trail which offers panoramic views of Bass Strait from the Bourne Creek Trestle Bridge at Kilcunda. The Trail runs from Anderson to Wonthaggi and is suitable for walking, mountain bikes and horseriding.

George Bass Coastal Walk

This seven kilometre walk takes in spectacular views along the coastline between San Remo and Kilcunda

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