Park Trek

Three day "Energiser" Great Ocean Walk

Tour operated by: Park Trek Walking Holidays

Address: PO Box 5123, Blackburn, Victoria 3130

Phone: 03 9877 9540  |  Mobile: 0402 445 587  |  Fax: 03 9877 9546  

Email: info@parktrek.com
Web: parktrek.com

The three day "Energiser" Great Ocean Walk is your chance to escape and get a brief taste of the delights of this stunning coastline with Park Trek Walking Holidays guiding the way.

Day one highlights include driving the Great Ocean Road, exploring the Cape Otway Light Station precinct, afternoon walk around Cape Otway (eight kilometres) and stay in Apollo bay.

Day two, walk the wildest and most remote section of the Great Ocean Walk with the best views of the entire walk. Stay in Port Campbell.

Day three, walk the final section around the Twelve Apostles and returning to Melbourne late afternoon.

All trips start and end in Melbourne. This walking trip is 28 kilometres and includes accommodation in Apollo Bay and Port Campbell. All meals on your trip are included, as well as the guides and travelling on the comfortable coaches.

Private trips need a minimum of four people. Walking with only small lightweight day packs while your trip luggage is moved on for you each day. Just bring a day pack, walking poles and proper walking boots.

Enjoy an abundance of excellent fresh food and the most healthy and well prepared dinners. Please contact for further information.

Payment methods accepted

Cheque  EFTPOS  MasterCard  VISA Card 

Cancellation and booking policy

Zero to seven days cancellation results in complete forfeiture of all monies. If between eight and 30 days cancellation results in forfeiture of deposit paid.

Days of operation

Three Day Energiser

Departure details: 03/10/14 - 05/10/14

Three Day Energiser

Departure details: 21/11/14 - 23/11/14

Three Day Energiser

Departure details: 10/01/15 - 12/01/15

Tour starting location

National Gallery of Victoria

Tour highlights

Walking the Great Ocean Walk to Cape Otway

Mode of transport

  • Walk

Experiences

  • Walking

Facilities

  • Guide

Languages

  • English

Park Trek Walking Holidays run both scheduled departures and private departures along the Great Ocean Walk. The trips highlight the best sections of this 105 kilometre walk as well as featuring the Great Ocean Road and the Twelve Apostles.

Park Trek's Great Ocean Walk trips start and end in Melbourne. There is a choice of three different Great Ocean Walk trips all vary in distance and duration.

The three day walking day trip (28 kilometres) includes accommodation in Apollo Bay and Port Campbell.

The four day walking trip (42 kilometres) includes accommodation at the Cape Otway Light Station.

The seven day (105 kilometres) End to End trip includes staying in Apollo Bay, a wonderful farm stay and Port Campbell.

Private trips for minimum of four. Your trip cost covers most meals, the friendly competent guides, travelling in comfortable coaches and accommodation. Only walk with small lightweight day packs. Your trip luggage is moved on for you each day.

Enjoy an abundance of excellent fresh food eating the most healthy and well prepared dinners. As well as plenty of food for lunch and breakfast. Bring wine or alcohol (own choice). No one goes hungry at Park Trek Walking Holidays.

Just bring your own day pack, walking poles, proper walking shoes or boots and bottled water. The guests are truly spoilt with so much attention to detail.

The walking is always with small lightweight walking packs, usually not weighing much more than four or five kilograms. Park Trek Walking Holidays choose the best sections of the walk to maximise your time away.

Daily distances are between eight to 16 kilometres depending on your needs and ability. Park Trek can pluck people off the walk at a halfway point if they feel they have achieved enough for the day.

Memberships

  • The Ecotourism Association of Australia
  • Great Ocean Walk Partner
  • Tourism Alliance Victoria
  • Visitor Information Centre
Parks Victoria Licence
Tour operator is licensed to conduct tours on public land

How to get here

Melbourne

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