the rail trail
Walk or ride... There are 34 kilometres of the Timboon to Camperdown Rail Trail to enjoy. Ideal for walking, bike and horse riding. Framed by open grassland and tree ferns, you can enjoy scenic views and quiet remnant forest or heathland with an abundance of native flora and fauna.
On the trail you can see native flora such as eucalypts, blackwoods, woolly tea trees, messmates, tree ferns and cherry ballart. Native wildlife includes koalas, kangaroos, birds and sugar glider possums. Nature abounds
The first section which is an easy flat 4km walk begins at the Timboon Railway Shed Distillery and ends at the National Trust listed Curdie’s River Trestle Bridge. Individuals and groups alike are encouraged to take advantage of this beautiful walking track that is both scenic and educational. Every Saturday morning 'Park Run' walks/jogs/runs from the distillery to the bridge and return.
You can even hire a bike right next door to the distillery!
Photo credit: Dan Atkinson