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Emerald-Cockatoo Multi-Use Trail
The Emerald-Cockatoo Multi-Use Trail is a 14km return trip. The trail starts at Emerald, in Kilvington Drive, just past the Gemco Community Arts Complex.  You’ll take in views of the Puffing Billy track, making your way through Nobelius Heritage Park, Emerald Lake Park and through Wrights forest to Cockatoo. ELP_walking_brochure_final

Wrights Forest

Wright Forest
Wright Forest has a variety of tracks and is situated between Avonsleigh & Cockatoo. There are lists spots along the way to capture Puffing Billy on its journey.  Birdlife includes Rosellas, Parrots, Kookaburras and Cockatoos. Wrights Forest is a remnant native eucalypt forest and consists of over 75 species of native plants. Park-note-Wright-Forest

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Dandenong Ranges National Park
There are numerous vehicular tracks and roads for cyclists to enjoy and explore the Dandenong Ranges National Park. If cycling to the park from the Eastern Dandenong Ranges enter off Grantulla Rd, Kallista that runs off Belgrave-Gembrook Road or the Emerald Monbulk Rd. These roads are windy, hilly and narrow so extreme care should be taken. Park-note-Dandenong-Ranges-NP-cycling

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Lysterfield Park
Lysterfield Park has over 20kms of trails that suit a range of ages and skill levels. Popular to those with mountain bikes, is the 6.3km State Mountain Bike Course used for the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games.  Access to Lysterfield Park from the Eastern Dandenong Ranges is via Wellington Rd and Belgrave-Hallam Rd. Park-note-Lysterfield-Lake-mountain-bike-riding  Map-Lysterfield-Park-mountain-bike-tracks