This self guided walk is provided by the specialist tour company, Auswalk Walking Holidays.
The walk encompasses the 104 kilometre track from Apollo Bay to the Twelve Apostles. They offer an eight day itinerary or a five day highlights itinerary.
The setting is the Great Otway National Park, Victoria's newest and largest coastal park. The breathtaking coastal scenery, remote terrain, magnificent forests, abundant wildlife and colourful heathlands will ensure this walk will become iconic in Australia and internationally.
Highlights will also include groves of Manna Gums inhabited by koalas, pretty spring-fed Rainbow Falls cascading to the sea platforms below and deserted beaches featuring some of the highest sea-cliffs in Australia.
Walk with only your day pack and enjoy the experience of varied accommodations and food along the way. Auswalk Walking Holidays organise all transfers, accommodation and food. They also provide comprehensive walk notes and maps.
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Please contact Auswalk or visit the website for further information.
The highlights of an Auswalk walking holiday go far beyond exploring the iconic landmarks that you are going to experience on the track.
Auswalk allows you to discover Australia's greatest landscapes in comfort. You will be carrying only a day pack as your luggage is transferred on to your next accommodation while you progress along the track. Arrive each evening to your next comfortable accommodation, ready to enjoy another display of the local produce. Rest assured that a wine list will also never be too far away.
On group guided trips you will travel with a group of like-minded people, accompanied by two professional guides allowing for the flexibility of easier and harder walk options.
For the ultimate adventure and flexibility Auswalk's self guided inn-to-inn trips allow you to walk any day in the season, with your own group of two or more people. You'll still enjoy their full support as you progress along the track from one accommodation to the next with luggage transfers, marked maps and detailed walk notes.
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