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Bass Coast Rail Trail

Murray Street, Wonthaggi, Victoria 3995, Australia
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Easy ride

Hi the track is easy with a lovely crushed granite surface, Toilets along the way with nice scenery.

Reviewed 4 May 2017
jennie k
Huskisson, Australia
one of the magic trails in south gippsland.

this for all the family the trail,is one of the secrets of Gippsland! it has great views of the... read more

Reviewed 3 March 2017
Wonthaggi, Australia
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Murray Street, Wonthaggi, Victoria 3995, Australia
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Reviewed 4 May 2017

Hi the track is easy with a lovely crushed granite surface, Toilets along the way with nice scenery.

Thank jennie k
Reviewed 3 March 2017

this for all the family the trail,is one of the secrets of Gippsland! it has great views of the ocean, farms, roadways, it is a easy walk/bike ride , just take a spray for the rotten flies!

1  Thank greg8934
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Whether you choose to walk, jog, run or ride, you will thoroughly enjoy the beautiful tranquil ever changing surroundings. You can drive to a location on the trail park your car and choose how long or far you wish to walk all depending on your...More

Thank G5325XOjosephm
Reviewed 14 August 2016

The Bass Coast Rail Trail is a wonderful way to enjoy a day in the sun. It's close to Wonthaggi but just off the beaten track enough to feel like the bush. Perfect for walking or riding.

Thank StephenOrmsby
Reviewed 13 August 2016 via mobile

This track is very flat and well maintained. I've walked from Anderson to Wonthaggi, about 16km, and it was ok. Probably more enjoyable to bike ride it instead as I can be a little boring. There are better walks in the area if you are...More

2  Thank jayzav
Reviewed 8 August 2016 via mobile

One of the best rail trails in the state. Which takes in the stunning beauty of Bass Strait. We do this walk often with our dog. Very easy walk.

Thank Diznjen
Reviewed 15 May 2016 via mobile

I walk this track regularly. The section heading from Mouth of Powlett Rd to Kilcunda has absolutely stunning views of the water. There is one section on the Dalyston side of Mouth of Powlett Rd that I have seen flooded several times but it is...More

Thank CabbageBlossom
Reviewed 3 April 2016 via mobile

50km return trip, great ride through scenic country including farmlands, coastal views through Kilcunda, rolling hills, wildlife, and views into San Remo. At Anderson roundabout a short leg on main road and also another short stint on road coming into San Remo. Some challenging hills...More

2  Thank Letitia C
Reviewed 23 March 2016

Take a leaisurely stroll along the trail with friends or your pets and enjoy the sunshine. Whether it's summer or winter there's birds and possibly grey kangaroos to see in the mornings.

Thank thelma h
Reviewed 28 January 2016 via mobile

Wow was a fantastic time of the day to do it. The pathway is very wide,comfortable to ride on or walk on. There is scenery to look at, bridges to cross,rivers to see people fishing and lots of cattle in paddocks.. At the end of...More

1  Thank Debra F
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