The Great Ocean Road has always been a popular holiday destination, with construction starting over 100 years ago to promote tourism in the area. The Great Ocean Walk, which opened approx 15 years ago, is now becoming as popular as the Great Ocean Road, and everyone here at Walk 91 is so pleased that our
The Great Ocean Walk has become increasingly popular in recent years as more people realise how special it truly is. Walk91’s co-founder Mark Kininmonth was part of the original Parks Victoria team that helped build the Great Ocean Walk, so it’s safe to say that no other private company has more expertise and knowledge of
Figuring out where to stay along the Great Ocean Road can be confusing and challenging, but also exciting! There are so many locations you could stop and spend the night along the 243-kilometer stretch, with countless options to choose from. You can choose from campsites, self-catering accommodation options and luxury lodges…with everything in between. To
Some of our Great Ocean Walkers’ often like to experience the Great Ocean Walk and the Grampians in one compact road trip in Victoria, if they have the time and energy! So, here are a few tips if you only have a week to spare but you just can’t decide between these two amazing locations.
The Great Ocean Walk from Parker Hill to Point Franklin is a wonderful section of the Great Ocean Walk and if you are very lucky, as the sand doesn’t always give up its secrets too easily, you will discover the hull of Eric the Red as you wander onto the shores of Parker Inlet. Where
There are many hidden gems on the Great Ocean Walk, but one of our favourites is Rainbow Falls. Many of our walkers ask, is it worth the detour, and the answer is yes! However, it pays off to know the best time to visit and its good to note some of our tips below before
The Shipwreck Coast of Victoria stretches 230kms between Torquay and Port Fairy passing through several picturesque seaside towns such as Aireys Inlet, Lorne, Apollo Bay, Port Campbell, Peterborough and Warrnambool. There are many facts and stories hidden in its shipwreck past, but what is immediately clear is it is both one of the most beautiful
A successful walk is a well-planned walk! Planning is a big part of your Great Ocean Walk holiday, and whilst Walk91 can guide you through everything you need to know and do all the planning for you, you may also want to go it alone. No matter how you want to tackle the Great Ocean
A natural, historical and cultural wonder, the Great Ocean Walk is an experience of a lifetime. Stretching over 104 kilometres from Apollo Bay to The Twelve Apostles in Victoria, Australia, the walk hugs the coastline and takes hikers through areas that host a wealth of wildlife, stunning landscapes, and monuments to the history of the
There are so many great reasons to do the Great Ocean Walk, so we have just listed a few for you here. This amazing walk is in South West of Victoria on the Shipwreck Coast and its a wonderful rugged part of Australia. Is the walk easy to navigate? 1) The walk is well signposted.