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Horse Riding

There are loads of places to ride your horse throughout the region.  Or, if you don't have a horse to bring, there are horse riding schools that will lead you to a horse, show you the ropes and take you on a trail ride through some of the most beautiful countryside in Australia.

Designated trails and tracks through the lush rainforest are available, and several beaches along the coast are horse-friendly.  There are also the off-road rail trails that make an easy and scenic ride.

 

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Spring Creek Horse Riding
Near Anglesea

Spring Creek Horse Riding

Nestled in the beautiful Spring Creek Valley, experience spectacular riding through the unique bushlands of the Great Otway National Park with Spring Creek Horse Riding. Trail rides to suit beginners and experienced riders. Spring Creek Horse Riding is only ten minutes drive from Torquay and Anglesea. Offering one to two hour rides. Full day rides are also available. Booking is essential to avoid disappointment. Please visit the Spring Creek Horse Riding website for details.

Anglesea Heath

Superb native flowers and rare orchids bloom in the coastal heathlands during spring. Amazingly, over a quarter of Victoria’s plant species grow here including more than 100 varieties of orchids, some of them so rare they are on the verge of extinction. Many vehicle tracks and walking trails offer photographers, walkers, artists and bird watchers great viewing opportunities.
 

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