Explore the track up to Reform Hill Lookout, past old gold mines, grasstrees and kangaroos; meander along the sealed path by the river while hunting for hidden mosaics; or take a trip up to Mount Buffalo National Park and be rewarded with spectacular 360° views – there are plenty of walks to enjoy in this part of the High Country.
Short Walks In Myrtleford
Myrtleford is a delightfully walkable town with a variety of enjoyable short walks to suit everyone. One of the most popular walks is The Mosaic Trail, a loop that leaves right from the town centre and travels out along the Ovens River then back into town. Not only does it have over 80 hidden mosaics to discover, but the shared path is fully sealed, making it suitable for those using mobility aids or families looking for a safe place to take the kids bike riding. The track up Reform Hill to the lookout over Myrtleford is another popular walk, with more mosaics to discover too. The walk follows a well-worn dirt track up the hill past gold-mining history, natural bushland and, if you look carefully, native wildlife. History buffs will enjoy the Myrtleford History Walk, which is a self-guided stroll around the town's streets stopping at some of our historic landmarks along the way.
Walking Trails in Myrtleford & Surrounds
Mount Buffalo National Park
It's impossible not to notice the majestic Mount Buffalo presiding over Myrtleford, enticing you to come visit. Mount Buffalo National Park – one of the oldest national parks in Australia – is an easy 30km drive from the town and a popular day trip for visitors. From the glass-bottomed wheelchair accessible lookout at The Gorge, short walks to waterfalls and epic hikes through granite boulders to guided snowshoe walks in winter or tours of the river cave, there's an adventure to suit everyone in this truly unique part of the country.