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            2019 28 May

            Budget disappointment

            Walking short-changed again

            2019 16 May

            City embraces walking

            Victoria Walks supports Melbourne transport evolution

            2019 28 Mar

            Smart Urban Futures conference wrap

            Will walkability protect the value of your home from the property slump?

            Lerderderg Gorge walk

            A very pleasant short walk through the bush next to the Lerderderg River, from McKenzie's Flat to Graham's Dam. An excellent walk for children who like to explore.

            Brimbank Park Nature Trail

            Set in very beautiful and picturesque surroundings, Brimbank Park is home to a diverse range of native flora and fauna.

            You Yangs East-West Walk

            A very rewarding two hour walk around Flinders peak in the You Yangs, with great views in all directions. Dogs on lead allowed.

            Mallacoota walk

            A walk around Mallacoota from the Lakeside Drive fishing platforms to the wharf, Captain Stevensen's Point, Devlins Inlet to the Beach and onto Bastion Point.
            Victoria Walks on Twitter
            Apparently boat ramps ($47M) are a higher priority for the Government than walking and cycling put together ($45M)… https://t.co/BZbtMiwZrO