Great Ocean Walk Journey Planner

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The Great Ocean Walk is a long-distance walk of up to eight days shadowing Australia’s Great Ocean Road in Victoria. Each walk day is unique with nature’s drama unfolding at every step through the Great Otway and Port Campbell national parks.

Bookings are required for camping. Track fees do not apply. If you prefer to opt for comfort with accommodation nearby, visit www.visitgreatoceanroad.org.au/greatoceanwalk/walk-accommodation for details.

 

Hiker camp bookings 

There are hike-in campsites at seven locations along the walk including Elliott Ridge, Blanket Bay, Cape Otway, Aire River, Johanna Beach, Ryans Den and Devils Kitchen. Each of the seven campgrounds has 8 campsites suitable for up to 3 people (1 x tent) per site. Book hiker camps.

Schools, Licensed Tour Operators and community groups

Small group camping areas are available at four of the seven campgrounds including Elliott Ridge, Blanket Bay, Cape Otway, Aire River. Each of the four locations has 6 campsites, suitable for up to 3 people (1 x tent) per site. Book small group camping.

 

 

 

 

 

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