Cycling and walking trails connected to the National Park are found in the vicinity of the impressive Port Campbell suspension bridge. Campbell’s Creek Estuary Reserve and Trail is a bonus for cycling and walkers. as a bonus. Except for a small gap, which presently causes a detour, the track follows the beds of the creek connecting Castlemaine with the length of Campbells Creek. Most of the track can be done without crossing a road. There are several bridges on the route where the track passes over the creek. The Castlemaine – Maldon railway line passes over both the trail and Campbells Creek via a timber trestle bridge south of the Pyrenees Highway (Elizabeth Street). The Castlemaine to Maldon Trail (which runs alongside most of the Victorian Goldfields Railway line and was completed during 2017) connects with the Campbells Creek Trail adjacent to the Pyrenees Highway (Elizabeth Street).
The track crosses flood plains covered with native vegetation and it is remarkable, at some points, how remote an observer can feel from the surrounding urban environment. Along its length are interactive notice boards, and scenic seats to take in the billabongs and floodplains which are covered in Australian plants and bird-life. Source wikipedia.
NOTE: The suspension bridge provides access to the heritage Discovery Walk.