The Great Ocean Walk is an iconic walk located between Apollo Bay and the 12 Apostles. The 100km walk hugs the rugged coastline, with some sections inaccessible from the road.
We will weave our way through tall forests, coastal heathlands, beside wild rocky shores and along windswept cliff-tops presenting amazing views.
There are places on the walk where we will feel a million miles away from the world we left behind. Station Beach, Ryans Den, Devils Kitchen and Milanesia Beach are remote and rarely visited places. Moonlight Head has some of the highest coastal cliffs on mainland Australia. The landscape and wild nature of this iconic long distance walk will engage our mind, body and soul.
Wreck Beach features shipwreck anchors embedded in rock, a stark reminder to visitors how dangerous and powerful the Southern Ocean waves can be. Tall forests leading up to Cape Otway pass through wet fern and rainforest gullies sheltered by the world’s tallest flowering plant; the Mountain Ash Coastal heathland and sheltered estuaries of the Aire and Gellibrand rivers are home to a host of wildlife.
Connecting with the nature and landscape of this spectacular region will ensure – your Great Ocean Walk is an experience that will stay with you forever.