We loved the walk. It was beautiful and different every day and we saw so much which we would not have seen if we were just driving the route. We felt it was an easy to moderate walk for us. The first day is the longest day of walking but the walk is easy to moderate. Even the 4th day of walking which is more up-and-down we would class as moderate.
However there are no benches or places to sit in some of the car parks where one ends up waiting for the mini bus pick up. I am surprised that there is nothing available either for tired walkers or for other visitors.
Our tip is… Make sure that you take plenty of water. On the long first day of the 5 day walk my sister and I managed to get through three litres apiece and on the last day when it was very hot (well hot for a Brit – it was 29 degrees) we also drank the same amount. Keep your eyes out for the wildlife and the fauna and flora – there is a lot to see. We saw everything from koalas, kangaroo and echidna to a wedge tail eagle and five snakes and a skink to name but a few. Also on the first day, and not mentioned in the notes, after you wade through the Parker Bay Inlet there is a long steep climb up from the beach to the meeting point: just when you thought you had finished the walk, you need to keep a little back for the last climb.
We had a great time and would recommend (and will be recommending) this walk and Walk91 to anyone who enjoys long distance walking.