How long is the Great Ocean walk?

How long is the Great Ocean walk?

eight days
The Great Ocean Walk is a one-way, long-distance walk extending just over 110km. This once-in-a-lifetime hike will take you eight days. Start at Apollo Bay, passing through Great Otway National Park and Port Campbell National Park on the way. You’ll conclude your journey at the world-famous Twelve Apostles.

Can you walk the Great Ocean Road?

The Great Ocean Road region is a natural for walking, hiking, rambling and ambling, whatever your ability or experience level. There’s no better way to communicate with nature and check out the scenery than to lace up your comfy shoes, strap on a backpack and hit the trail.

How hard is the Great Ocean walk?

The Great Ocean walk has a difficulty rating of ‘moderate’ to ‘challenging’. This means that there will be short steep hills and rough bumpy trails. A moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience is recommended.

Where does Great Ocean walk end?

Twelve Apostles Visitor Information Centre
The route undulates on its way west with occasional high-point glimpses of the trail’s crowning rock stack features. The short walk down to the beach at Gibsons Steps is a highlight. Finally, walkers arrive at the Twelve Apostles Visitor Information Centre, the end of the walk.

Are dogs allowed on the Great Ocean Walk?

The Great Ocean Walk is a gravel footpath that runs alongside the Great Ocean Road. Timboon to Camperdown ‘Coast to Crater’ Rail Trail (Timboon 17km North of Port. Campbell). Dogs are permitted on leashes along the entire 34km rail trail.

Where does the great ocean start and finish?

The Great Ocean Road starts at Torquay and travels 243 kilometres westward to finish at Allansford near Warrnambool, the largest city along the road.

Can you swim at Hopetoun Falls?

Hopetoun Falls doesn’t have as big of a pool as Beauchamp Falls for swimming, but it’s pretty ace to check out and scramble around the rocks. Some people have been known to climb up around the side of the falls to explore around the top, but it can be very slippery and steep, so be very careful if you choose to do so.

Can you walk to Australia?

It took British Indian adventurer Arjun Singh Bhogal five years to walk from the UK to Australia, trekking over 25,000 kilometres on foot for the charity WaterAid. The route map of Arjun Bhogal’s epic on foot journey.

What grade is the Great Ocean Walk?

The Great Ocean Walk is a 100km, mulit-grade, one way hike located in Otway National Park, Victoria. The hike should take approximately 8 days to complete.

Is there water along the Great Ocean Walk?

WATER ALONG THE GREAT OCEAN WALK. Yes but it’s untreated! Untreated rainwater is collected in tanks located in the Great Ocean Walk hike-in campsites and is available for walkers use. At Blanket Bay, untreated rainwater is available for Great Ocean Walk hikers from a tap in the car-based campground.