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Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail, Lilydale

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Walk, cycle, or ride a horse on Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail, which runs for 39 km (24 mi) along the historic Warburton railway line. This popular recreation trail takes adventure seekers and nature lovers across the verdant Yarra Valley, through a number of vineyards, farms, and forests. Along the way you can discover the region’s diverse flora and fauna, cross several repaired old bridges, and stop at landmark station platforms. For a history lesson and a short break from your exercise, stop at the Upper Yarra Museum, located inside a former railway station built in 1882. The trail is a popular weekend activity for local families, with gentle inclines that can be easily conquered by adventurers of all ages and fitness levels. To visit Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail and get the most from your holiday in Lilydale, create itinerary details personal to you using our Lilydale trip generator.
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  • Such a wonderful place. Secure for Kids so they can play around with out parents having to worry. Plenty of seating options. Kids love it. A walk along the trail is a must!  more »
  • This trail is great for one and all you can walk it in stages with good bus services to get you back to Lilydale or Cycle it. There are a few places to rent bikes but I have my own and frequently ride...  more »
  • Excellent trail for walking on your own, with friends, with family, with furry friends, cycling and running. There are some nice shady spots to stop on a not day and plenty to see along the route. We ...  more »