Great Rides. Great Walks. Great Art. Rediscover the Great Victorian Rail Trail.

There are now even more reasons to explore Victoria’s longest continuous rail trail this summer. Rediscover the Great Victorian Rail Trail and it’s engaging new outdoor art trail for the ultimate cycling adventure.

Spanning 134km from Tallarook to Mansfield with a branch line to Alexandra, discover art, charming towns, majestic valleys, lakes and mountains on two wheels. Better yet, you can choose your own adventure with a stack of shuttle, bike hire, tour and accommodation options available. This summer experience…

Outdoor Art

Be inspired, learn, interact and take the ultimate Instagram photo with the Great Victorian Rail Trail’s 7 new outdoor artworks and 20 scar trees. Each artist has responded differently to the theme of connections, exploring connection to country, local environment, trail history, community and more. Don’t forget your camera.

Stunning Nature & Unique History

Nature abounds on the Great Victorian Rail Trail with almost 50 water crossings, unique historical features and the rolling hills of Trawool Valley. Test the echo at Cheviot Tunnel, Victoria’s longest rail trail tunnel. Cool off with a picnic and swim at Lake Eildon. Or simply soak in the iconic High Country views as you cruise at your leisure.

12 Charming Towns

Explore 12 picturesque towns and more local produce than you can shake a spoke at. Each town has its own personality with accommodation for all styles, boutique shopping, delicious local produce and stacks of off-bike activities for riders of all ages.

Choose Your Own Adventure

See the best of the Great Victorian Rail Trail your way over a day, a weekend or a whole week. The trail has multiple access points allowing you to self-drive or book a shuttle with Double Black Alpine or a tour with Tour de Vines for a fully supported experience including options for accommodation, dining, bike hire and luggage transfer. Need wheels? Rent a bike or e-bike in Mansfield at All Terrain Cycles and Yarck Bikes in Yarck.

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