You won’t see the best sights from your car. Get the definitive guidebook, featuring the 25 best walks in the area with detailed instructions and maps.
The Great Ocean Road’s coastline is rugged and dramatic. You’ll explore deserted beaches and walk alongside limestone cliffs. The eight-day, 100 kilometre Great Ocean Walk is the most famous trail in the region, but that’s not everyone’s cup of tea. This book features several sections of it that can be walked in half a day or less.
Take in the cool temperate rainforests of the Great Otway National Park, strolling through damp ferny gullies, between giant moss-covered boulders, where the smell of eucalyptus hangs thick in the air.
Sit and soak up some of the most spectacular waterfalls in the region, from the famous to the lesser known. You’ll see Kalimna Falls, Henderson Falls, Phantom Falls, She Oak Falls, Mariners Falls, just to name a few.
The western section of the Great Ocean Road is also known as the Shipwreck Coast. Explore the coastline that claimed hundreds of vessels from the early 1800’s to mid-1900’s. A walk around Moonlight Head guarantees you’ll stumble across a couple of ship anchors. Look hard enough you’ll find debris from other wrecks, too.
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