Port Fairy to Warrnambool Rail Trail

Port Fairy to Warrnambool Rail Trail

Walk or cycle your way through rural landscapes and farming communities. You will travel through dairy and beef farming country as well as remnant forest, skirt the north side of a 25,000 year old volcano (Tower Hill) and traverse wetlands and coastal sand dunes.

The Port Fairy ”“ Warrnambool Rail Trail is a continuous 37.32km walking/cycling pathway which meanders through a highly scenic, diverse and relaxed part of south-west Victoria. Encompassing historical, agricultural, Indigenous and nature-based themes, it is a ”˜must do”™ for anyone visiting the region.

The trail encompasses the historic towns of Port Fairy and Koroit, rural countryside, woodlands and native vegetation, extensive sea views of Killarney, extensive woodlands, coastal sand dunes, the Merri River wetlands and Warrnambool breakwater precinct. The trail has a gentle gradient and is suitable for use by cyclists and walkers of all ages and levels of fitness. Township sections are bitumen, allowing for use by mobility scooters, wheelchairs and the elderly.

There are three major entrance/exit points to the route ”“ Port Fairy, Koroit Railway Station and Warrnambool Breakwater ”“ allowing users to determine their own length of travel.

Energetic walkers are able to continue on the 22-kilometre Mahogany Walk, which creates a circular route along the coast.

Prefer to cycle instead of walk the trail and need a bike? You can hire bikes (including helmets) from the Port Fairy (e-bikes available) and the Warrnambool Visitor Information Centres, so there is no excuse to not try this great ride.

Download the Port-Fairy-Warrnambool-Rail-Trail  Map.

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