With its breathtaking coastal scenery, magnificent forests, abundant wildlife and sheer diversity of landscape, this walk bears the mantle of being one of Australia’s most iconic walks.
The 104 km track meanders its way through manna gums with koalas only a few steps away, to traversing massive sea cliffs that have made this location famous. Step through giant Mountain Ash forest, beneath the tallest flowering plants in the world, and along some of the most pristine beaches in Australia.
Highlights include the Twelve Apostles, plus more stunning views as you progress along the track at Castle Cove and at The Gables, as well as Wreck and Johanna beaches. The pristine nature and deafening surf makes Johanna Beach one of the ultimate beach walks. Staying at the lighthouse earns you the privilege of enjoying these amazing grounds exclusively, maintaining a sense of splendid isolation.
One of the most fascinating stops is the geological formations and shipwreck of Loch Ard Gorge. Evocatively named places surrounding Loch Ard indicate the turmoil that hardy pioneers and their crews of ships endured along this rugged coast.
A pair of expert guides will lead the way, providing the flexibility to walk at a pace that suits you, with the opportunity to shorten the walking if preferred.
$per person twin/double share
Grade 3 – ModerateShort, steep hill sections. Moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience recommended.
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