Baw Baw Shire offers many walking trails for you to explore. We have put together the Walk/Ride Baw Baw booklet, a 74-page guide to local paths. You can pick up a booklet from any customer service centre or download the maps.
The booklet includes walks of:
A complete copy of the Walk/ Ride Baw Baw booklet is also available, please note this file is approximately 30MB and may take a while to download.
Share the Path
Some tracks are shared with others such as bike riders. Please follow these tips:
- Keep left unless overtaking
- Overtake on the right
- Dogs must be under effective control
- Take litter with you or dispose of in bins provided – including dog poo
You can find more information about walking in Baw Baw at 'Things To Consider' brochure .
There are a number of informal walking groups in the area including some organised by the Baw Baw Jolly Walkers.
Warragul, Geoff Watt Track, Burke Street Park
Drouin, Sound Shell, Civic Park
Neerim South, Football Oval
Benefits of Walking
- Walking is free
- Reduced traffic congestion
- Improved local economic development
- Reduced air pollution
- Reduced greenhouse gas emissions
- Improved social cohesion
- Reduced cost
Magpies generally breed between August to October and swooping can occur during this time. To find out more information visit the Department of Sustainability and Environment website.