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Great Ocean Walk Nature Conservation

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Naturewise Eco Escapes

The impressive Great Ocean Road Landscape features the world class nature based tourist attraction the Great Ocean Walk. The Walk extends 104 kilometres from Apollo Bay, to within sight of the magnificent 12 Apostles and features spectacular views of the Great Southern Ocean including high sea cliffs, windswept beaches and a diverse array of natural forest types.

In the spirit of conservation, sustainability and adventure this very special three day experience combines beautiful coastal scenery, accredited eco accommodation, guided walks and the opportunity to contribute to the conservation of the world renowned Great Ocean Road.

Enjoy guided walks along the Great Ocean Walk, stroll along stretches of sandy beaches, visit iconic natural attractions, meet the local wildlife and help make a difference with hands on conservation.

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    Departure details: 01/01/01 - 01/01/01

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Discover the best of nature and make a difference as you travel with Naturewise Eco Escapes.

Naturewise offers small group ecotours, voluntours and tailor made group travel. They are passionate about creating and sharing eco-holidays which give back to nature. Owned by Conservation Volunteers Australia, the country's biggest not-for-profit conservation organisation, all tours contribute directly to conservation outcomes – helping to conserve Australia's wildlife, national parks and reserves.

All-inclusive, eco escapes range from one day to two-week adventures, catering for a range of fitness levels, interests and travel preferences.

Guided explorations of some of Australia's hidden natural gems. This is your chance to stray from the beaten path and learn about native wildlife and eco-systems from local guides. You'll visit national parks and conservation reserves, meet local wildlife and see breath-taking natural beauty.

Rewarding, hands-on experiences which contribute to real conservation outcomes. You'll travel to places you'd never otherwise see, and take part in conservation or research activities. Conservation activities typically make up 30 to 70% of the trip, with remaining time spent touring local surrounds, wildlife viewing, guided walks, educational talks and visiting national parks.

Winner 2014 RACV Tourism Award New Tourism Development and Advanced ECO certified.

  • The Ecotourism Association of Australia