Hedonistic Hiking's Great Ocean Walk is an exclusive tailor made tour for private groups of minimum eight people. A bespoke itinerary is designed to suit individual requirements and owner-operators Jackie and Mick Parsons offer outstanding personal service over 30 years' experience of guiding hikes around the world.
Choose to hike the complete 100 kilometre Great Ocean Walk or let Hedonistic Hiking select the highlights for you.
Immerse yourself in nature and savour the dramatic, ever-changing views of the stunning coastline of the Great Otway and Port Campbell National Parks. The trail takes you through a wide-ranging variety of coastal environments with a diverse array of flora and fauna, towering gum trees, deserted beaches and fertile farmland.
Stay in delightful accommodation close to the trail. Fabulous food and wine prepared by your personal chef. Minimum group size eight people.
Hedonistic Hiking is a small company, owned and operated by Jackie and Mick Parsons, offering gourmet guided walking holidays in Australia, Italy, Slovenia, France and Austria. Hedonistic Hiking specialises in tours in the Victorian High Country and along the Great Ocean Walk, and offers a mix of scheduled and tailor-made itineraries.
The tour groups are small and friendly and the walking is enjoyably challenging, while the support vehicle enables you to walk as much or as little as you please. A mixture of fine dining experiences and gourmet picnic lunches ensures that you sample the very best food and wine that the region has to offer, and the emphasis is always on premium quality, locally-sourced produce.
Hedonistic Hiking is committed to sustainability, so through the tours you contribute directly to supporting small businesses in the area.
Jackie and Mick spend half the year in north east Victoria and are passionate about the food, the wine and the walking of this region. Perhaps more importantly they offer unsurpassed personal service on each and every tour, and it is this above all which brings people back to Hedonistic Hiking year after year.
Map pins are available via the tab key in a list after the map.
You can pan the map with the keyboard arrows.