Discover Phillip Island and Bass Coast walks and bike trails.
The Bass Coast Rail Trail is a 23km trail for walking, cycling or horse riding which runs from Wonthaggi to Anderson.
Phillip Island and Bass Coast are a haven for bird watching enthusiasts.
Enjoy a relaxing walk to Baxter Wetlands Bird Hide to watch the magnificent bird life.
This area features a number of different tracks that take you past Wonthaggi’s coal mining history including the Number 5 Brace and Rescue Station which can be easily viewed from the paths.
Take a stroll through the native bushland at Tank Hill Reserve and view a wide range of birds species.
Walk through the ecological reserve at the Victorian Desalination Plant and observe the world class 225 hectare re vegetation project.
In all public places in Bass Coast (other than those in private ownership) dogs must be on a lead at all times, unless in a designated off-leash area.
Wonthaggi Bushland Nature Conservation Reserve is a short walk through remnant native bushland.
This walk joins the Wonthaggi State Coal Mine to the Poppet Head in Apex Park; a tribute to Wonthaggi's coal mining history in the heart of town. Choose your own beginning and end.
The Heathland Reserve is the perfect place for viewing the area’s flora and fauna.
A beautiful walk through the rehabilitated Wonthaggi Rifle Range Wetlands and out to Butts Lookout for great panoramic views.