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Walking Trails

With the sun shining all day long through summer, you can take your pick from the many local bushwalks. Enjoy the walking tracks along the Gunbower Creek and Murray River in Koondrook or choose from the many options within the Gunbower National Park and State Forest. You can combine your time walking and capture the spectacular and contrasting surrounds on film.

The Koondrook Red Gum Forest Walk guides walkers along several trails within Gunbower State Forest just beside town. There are two walks available, Turtle Loop and Eagle Loop each with information boards along the way covering the diversity of the forest.

The history of Koondrook along the Koondrook Barham Redgum Statue Walk is told via the chainsaw carved statues and information boards as you wander along the banks of the Murray River. The Goanna Walking Trail is a 3km looped track that crosses the Gunbower Creek via the redgum footbridge at Koondrook Retreat. It runs through the forest and crosses Condidorio's bridge to lead back into the centre of town.

The Loddon River Walk in Kerang Regional Park meanders through the relaxed woodland setting adjacent to the Loddon River and it's common to find birdlife in the wetland area of the park.

Learn the history of the river town of Murrabit with the Railway Heritage Trail and Walking Track which begins in town and follows the former railway line to the Murray River and bridge crossing.

A number of walks are popular in Cohuna including Gilrule Walking Track, Cohuna Town Walk and the creekside walk out to the Ski Run while the Avoca River Levee Walk in Quambatook is a popular trail.

The Kerang Lakes also provide many walking opportunities while new tracks and trails are being developed in most local towns.

Take time to locate these great new trails!