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All reviews great walk kokoda trail take your time one tree hill picnic area own pace fitness levels dandenong ranges great workout during weekends beautiful surroundings comfortable shoes bbq facilities fresh air steep steps nature walk be mindful
Its great there but if you want a car spot you have to get there early, instead of the 1000 steps there is plenty of other trails up around there & less crowded, but overrall is great & get rid of your earphones & listen...More
Wow we came today and expected it to be a tough walk and we weren’t wrong. It’s a long way up and takes a lot of effort. However the way down on the path is easier than steps. It’s very very difficult to park because...More
I visited here to challenge myself with the known 1000 steps while admiring natural surroundings of the forest. Arrived at 6.40am to an already busy car park (not packed like it can be on weekends). You have a few choices, left or right trekking, right...More
This is my second trip to Melbourne to visit my friend and she suggested this walk when I said I wanted to exercise. We were both pretty unfit and plenty of old ladies charging past us put us to shame. Great walk but not much...More
We visited mid week and in the afternoon after having lunch in Olinda. At this time of day it was very easy to park, but I believe on weekends it's super busy.
We did the walk up the steep steps and it can be slippery...More
A great walk with great history associated with it.I wouldn't describe it as very steep as it does at the start and it took me 17m instead of 50 doing a fast walk. Very different to any other walk with the amount of steps obviously...More
if you are living in city and would like to get a short term walk with some hills, here is your best choice! dont be scared of the number of steps. 1000 steps are very easy for beginners as the stairs are built in...More
I am Leo. I am a traveler from Myanmar. I visited Kokoda Traul Memorial Walk 2 days back. It is commonly known as “1000 steps.” It is amazing as the trek is neither too long nor too short. It took 25 minutes to complete the...More
Great place for sightseeing especially for the active.As a frequent user I Do NOT recommend taking young children on the trail as large uneven steps that can be slippery and dangerous let alone exhausting Also watch out for leaches in the wetter weather and wasps...More
I loved this. I really wanted to make it to the top of the 100 steps (make sure you take the 1000 step trail (not the fitness steps). The Rambler Track takes you to the base of the steps along an easy trail, or you...More