SHORT WALKS & DAY HIKES

Unforgettable Walks

Dinner Plain is the gateway to Victoria's High Country with hundreds of kilometers of hiking and walking trails extending to the furthest reaches of the Alpine National Park. From epic treks to easy strolls, there is an experience for everyone. When the snow melts, the National Park becomes a spectacular display of native alpine wildflowers set against sweeping mountain vistas. Within just a few kilometres, Dinner Plain's tracks and trails lead to historic mountain huts, spring-fed waterfalls and sheer rockfaces etched into the landscape.

At the heart of it all is the magnificent alpine village of Dinner Plain, with all of the luxuries and comforts to make a High Country experience truly spectacular.

Before You Walk

Dinner Plain's tracks and trails are open year-round, but the best time of year to hike them tends to be from November to April. During winter many remain under snow and some can be accessed by cross country skis or snowshoes.

WARNING: Trails and trail markings can be indiscernible in winter due to snow cover. Walks, snowshoeing and backcountry skiing should only be attempted by experienced alpine hikers and skiiers with navigational and backcountry survival skills.

Hiking Season - November to April

Trailhead - DP Hut at the main roundabout. Connect to Fitzy's Cirque & Brabralung Trail for other trails.

Cost -  Free

Shuttles -  Not available

Water Stations - DP Hut & Scrubbers Hut

Car Parking & Toilets -  Alongside Roundabout & Bottom of Cobungra Platter Ski Slope

Physical Maps -  DP Hut, Stables @ DP, Dinner Plain Accommodation

Rubbish - When visiting the Alpine National Park, please take out what you take in and place all rubbish in the bins provided, such as at DP Hut near the entrance to the village.

Dinner Plain Trail Map

Short Walks & Half Day Hikes

Carmichael Falls Walk
JB Plain Walk
Fitzy’s Circus Village Trail

Day & Multi-Day Hikes

Brabralung Trail – Hotham to Dinner Plain
Brandy Creek Mine to Cobungra River Walk
The Razorback Mt Hotham

Trail Running

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