OVERVIEW

The Great South West track has got to be Victoria’s best kept secret – a 250km continuous loop of untouched environment, from dramatic isolated coast with massive limestone cliffs and pristine beaches, to meandering rivers and remote bushland teaming with wildlife. Aboriginal heritage sites, the mighty Southern Ocean and freshwater lakes make this one of the most varied walks in Australia. This walk is a “Symphony in Four Movements”, depicted beautifully in this video.

The first stage is the picturesque Glenelg River, which stretches out as it nears the coast then carves its way through a spectacular limestone gorge. Then it is onto the pristine sandy beaches, rocky outcrops and freshwater lakes of Discovery Bay Coastal Park. The grand finale is the Three Capes and Bays section where the track hugs the clifftop all the way.

Highlights

  • Remote pack free walking
  • Your likely to have this outback paradise all to yourself
  • Rugged, wave-bashed headlands are the highest in Victoria
  • Whale spotting in season & colony of Australian fur seals at Cape Bridgewater year-round
  • Huge variety of landscapes and habitats making this an easy place to spot kangaroos, echidnas, koalas, emus and much more
  • Small family run accommodations and country hospitality

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
SELF GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
8 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate

Grade 3 – Moderate

Short, steep hill sections. Moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience recommended.

PRICE FROM
$ 2295

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 375

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

per person

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ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
  • Day 8

DAY 1
PORTLAND WALK ALONG THE FORESHORE

Start in Portland any time after 2pm. There is no walking scheduled for today, but you can easily enjoy exploring the old buildings, walking along the beach or visiting the excellent Maritime Discovery Centre.

Walking: Optional easy walking available

Accommodation: Lorelei B&B Portland

DAY 2
GLENELG RIVER SECTION FROM MOLESIDE TO SAPLING CREEK

Hike the picturesque Glenelg River section of the Great South West Walk from Moleside Creek to Sapling Creek. The track is by the river most of the way with delightful opportunities to take a dip.

Walking: Moderate / 27.6km / 5.5–6.5 hrs / shorter 18km option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast, Walkers Lunch and a 2 course dinner

Accommodation: Nelson Cottage

DAY 3
SAPLING CREEK TO NELSON ON THE GLENELG RIVER

Progress through the Glenelg River Gorge and continue to follow the river all the way into the settlement of Nelson. The character of the river changes dramatically through the gorge as it widens nearing the coast. Here you’ll see boat sheds that have been converted into waterfront houses.

Walking: Moderate / 24.4kms / 6–7 hrs / shorter option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast and Walkers Lunch

Accommodation: Nelson

DAY 4
DISCOVERY NATIONAL PARK NELSON TO LAKE MONIBEONG

Spend the morning following the sandy beach of Discovery Bay. For the afternoon, head back onto the track inland, parallel to the coast, emerging at a huge freshwater lake. This can be a moderate to challenging walk at high tide.

Walking: Moderate / 21.7kms / 6–7 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast, Walkers Lunch and a two course dinner

Accommodation: Nelson

DAY 5
THREE CAPES SECTION FROM BRIDGEWATER LAKES TO BRIDGEWATER BAY

Begin the Three Capes Section of the track which hugs the cliff the entire way with photo opportunities aplenty. The coast offers blow holes, a “Petrified Forest” and an “Enchanted Walk” where vines of bower spinach are decoratively draped over limestone boulders and twisted moonah trees. Walk in to your accommodation at Bridgewater Bay.

Walking: Moderate / 16.5km / 5–6 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast, Walkers Lunch and a two course dinner

Accommodation: Bridgewater Bay

DAY 6
BRIDGEWATER BAY TO CAPE NELSON LIGHTHOUSE

From Bridgewater Bay, the route continues via the beach then clifftop track to Cape Nelson Lighthouse. There’s a cafe here to reward yourself at the end of the hike.

Walking: Moderate / 19km / 4.5–5.5 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast, Walkers Lunch and a two course dinner

Accommodation: Bridgewater Bay

DAY 7
CAPE NELSON LIGHTHOUSE TO PORTLAND

The final section of the Great South West Walk continues from Cape Nelson all the way into Portland. Highlights include Yellow Rock, Cape Sir William Grant, an endangered Australasian gannet colony and the Portland Battery. Then it’s back to the B&B in Portland where you can boast about your achievements.

Walking: Moderate / 23km / 5.5–6.5 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast and Walkers Lunch

Accommodation: Portland

DAY 8
PORTLAND AND END OF WALK

Your holiday finishes after breakfast in Portland.

Meals: Cooked breakfast

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • 8 day pack free walking holiday
  • The Great South West Walk highlights
  • 7 nights’ accommodation with ensuite (except at Nelson)
  • Cooked breakfasts, two course dinners and substantial Walkers Lunches
  • Luggage transport and vehicle transfers
  • We shift you along the track from accommodation to accommodation to limit time in a vehicle, creating more time to relax and enjoy the region
  • National Park admission
  • Enjoy worry free navigation with Auswalk’s comprehensive track notes, maps, map case , insulated lunch bag & info pack
  • 24/7 support from Auswalk’s transfer company and representatives on the ground

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

This supported hike has you walk in and out of remote towns and stay at small bed and breakfasts and lodges. Your hosts Denis, John, Trish and Roger have been part of our team for nearly twenty years and love accommodating and feeding our walkers. The rooms all have ensuites except at Nelson Lodge. Nelson Lodge was an old police station and has real character and it is most likely that you will have the place to yourself. The views from Sea View Lodge at Bridgewater make you feel like you never left the track.

The food is prepared by your hosts and the local restaurant at Bridgewater where the food is prepared by a chef.

Each day whilst you’re walking you’ll be provided with a substantial Walkers Lunch and get to eat it at a fabulous location on the track. A Walkers Lunch is varied and may include a high protein type salad, roll or a wrap, muesli bar, cake or muffin and a piece of fruit.

Alcohol or drinks with meals are not included (except tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

GENERAL INFO

This trip starts and finishes in Portland, which is a 5-hour drive from Melbourne. If you prefer, you can fly to Portland from either Melbourne or Adelaide. There are also public transport services from Melbourne. Contact us for more details.

We have rated this walk as moderate as some days are quite long. Full day walks average about 22km, 5 to 7.5 hours walking each day. The walking is mostly flat over reasonably well-walked paths, bush tracks and with some sandy sections.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

WEATHER

This walk can be done any time of the year except for the winter months of June, July and August. September to April is the ultimate time of the year for walking. Sea breezes usually keep the temperatures comfortable in summer, although there can be a period of quite hot weather, especially during February.

Warning about tide times – we may have to be a little flexible with your start date to make sure that the walking on the beach at high tide is avoided.

This walking holiday includes some sections of beach walking, so you need to take into account the tide times when choosing a starting date. To check tide charts, go to the Bureau of Meteorology and select your location as Portland. We can assist you if you need help understanding the charts.

INSURANCE

We strongly recommend purchasing a travel insurance policy as we charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your Auswalk holiday after we have confirmed it. We want to help make insurance more affordable by offering you a discount on policies purchased through NIB Insurance. This applies to any NIB policies issued via this linkGet an instant quote and purchase online now.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine detail and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, email us at info@auswalk.com.au, or call us on +61 3 9597 9767.

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DEPARTURE DATES

  • DATES
    AVAILABILITY
    PRICE
    Single Occupancy
    DETAILS
  • 1 Apr 2019 - 31 Mar 2020
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $2295

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $375

    8 day itinerary

  • 1 Apr 2020 - 31 Mar 2021
    AVAILABLE
    from

    $2395

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $425

    8 day itinerary

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  1. JmRToM

    28 October, 2016 at 6:47 AM
    5

    We have just completed the GSWW self guided walking holiday staying at B & B’s each night. Auswalk staff before and during the walk were so helpful, supportive and generous with their time. There were some ‘interesting’ moments due to significant weather patterns that had caused flooding in some areas and the staff at Auswalk kept us up to date with information and other options. We always felt so safe and supported that no matter what the weather threw at us we knew Auswalk had an eye out for us. This holiday was amazing plus awe inspiring experience on so many levels and Auswalk were the key part in bringing it all together. We will certainly be doing more walks with Auswalk and would highly recommend them to anyone considering this type of holiday. Thanks so much to everyone at Auswalk.

  2. leonies700

    25 November, 2016 at 2:08 PM
    5

    My sister-in-law and I completed the Auswalk 8 day self-guided Great South West Walk on Tuesday.
    Tucked away on the Victorian/SA coastal border, this beautiful walk is like a well-kept secret. Spectacular cliffs, quiet forest, deserted beaches, clear lakes, abundant wildlife and stately river.
    Photos advertising this walk do not represent a rare highlight or two. The scenery constantly changes and is consistently magnificent.
    Auswalk are friendly to deal with and very well organized. We could tell there are years of experience behind the planning of our walk. Our comfortable accommodations at Portland, Nelson and Bridgewater each had their own unique charm. The owners have longstanding relationships with Auswalk and that knowledge and experience shows.
    The meals were great; when you are walking you especially look forward to what is in that insulated lunch-bag! The walk notes and kit were also excellent.
    This is a great way of having a comfortable hiking holiday with someone else doing the planning. You really do unwind. Life becomes simple. Rest, Eat, Walk (with beautiful scenery all around you), Rest, Eat, Sleep. All the hard stuff has been done by Auswalk.
    Many thanks for a wonderful experience.

  3. Karen B

    29 November, 2016 at 5:40 AM
    5

    I have just completed a 7 day guided walking trip, including 4 days on the Great South West Walk. Auswalk guided tour has selected 4 sections (from the 250 km walking track) to walk on this tour and they were outstanding. Two days walking along near Glenelg River and two days along the tops of the cliffs looking out over the Southern Ocean. Three travel days over the week provided opportunities to visit and walk around local destinations, attractions and wildlife colonies in the south west corner of Victoria and into South Australia. All the details and logistics were handled by Auswalk, leaving the walkers to thoroughly enjoy each day. Good company with like-minded people, good food, very comfortable accommodation and great guides made for a sensational trip ( my 10th with this company)

  4. Kevin S

    17 October, 2018 at 4:28 AM
    5

    We did the 8 days, Great South West Walk, that follows the Glenelg River and the south-west coastline. While I love walking along rivers and pathways through bushland I found on this occasion the highlights were equalled by spectacular views and interesting insights into the formation of the landscape along the coastline. The variety and notes provided by Auswalk were informative. The advice they provide on what to bring, such as cameras and what to be careful about was sound. I would suggest that you have your camera handy at all times – so many times I was too slow to catch a photo of a kangaroo, wallaby or another of the natural wildlife. The hosts at the various locations were outstanding.

Overview

OVERVIEW

The Great South West track has got to be Victoria’s best kept secret – a 250km continuous loop of untouched environment, from dramatic isolated coast with massive limestone cliffs and pristine beaches, to meandering rivers and remote bushland teaming with wildlife. Aboriginal heritage sites, the mighty Southern Ocean and freshwater lakes make this one of the most varied walks in Australia. This walk is a “Symphony in Four Movements”, depicted beautifully in this video.

The first stage is the picturesque Glenelg River, which stretches out as it nears the coast then carves its way through a spectacular limestone gorge. Then it is onto the pristine sandy beaches, rocky outcrops and freshwater lakes of Discovery Bay Coastal Park. The grand finale is the Three Capes and Bays section where the track hugs the clifftop all the way.

Highlights

  • Remote pack free walking
  • Your likely to have this outback paradise all to yourself
  • Rugged, wave-bashed headlands are the highest in Victoria
  • Whale spotting in season & colony of Australian fur seals at Cape Bridgewater year-round
  • Huge variety of landscapes and habitats making this an easy place to spot kangaroos, echidnas, koalas, emus and much more
  • Small family run accommodations and country hospitality

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
SELF GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
8 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate

Grade 3 – Moderate

Short, steep hill sections. Moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience recommended.

PRICE FROM
$ 2295

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 375

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

per person

Book now
Itinerary

ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
  • Day 8

DAY 1
PORTLAND WALK ALONG THE FORESHORE

Start in Portland any time after 2pm. There is no walking scheduled for today, but you can easily enjoy exploring the old buildings, walking along the beach or visiting the excellent Maritime Discovery Centre.

Walking: Optional easy walking available

Accommodation: Lorelei B&B Portland

DAY 2
GLENELG RIVER SECTION FROM MOLESIDE TO SAPLING CREEK

Hike the picturesque Glenelg River section of the Great South West Walk from Moleside Creek to Sapling Creek. The track is by the river most of the way with delightful opportunities to take a dip.

Walking: Moderate / 27.6km / 5.5–6.5 hrs / shorter 18km option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast, Walkers Lunch and a 2 course dinner

Accommodation: Nelson Cottage

DAY 3
SAPLING CREEK TO NELSON ON THE GLENELG RIVER

Progress through the Glenelg River Gorge and continue to follow the river all the way into the settlement of Nelson. The character of the river changes dramatically through the gorge as it widens nearing the coast. Here you’ll see boat sheds that have been converted into waterfront houses.

Walking: Moderate / 24.4kms / 6–7 hrs / shorter option available

Meals: Cooked breakfast and Walkers Lunch

Accommodation: Nelson

DAY 4
DISCOVERY NATIONAL PARK NELSON TO LAKE MONIBEONG

Spend the morning following the sandy beach of Discovery Bay. For the afternoon, head back onto the track inland, parallel to the coast, emerging at a huge freshwater lake. This can be a moderate to challenging walk at high tide.

Walking: Moderate / 21.7kms / 6–7 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast, Walkers Lunch and a two course dinner

Accommodation: Nelson

DAY 5
THREE CAPES SECTION FROM BRIDGEWATER LAKES TO BRIDGEWATER BAY

Begin the Three Capes Section of the track which hugs the cliff the entire way with photo opportunities aplenty. The coast offers blow holes, a “Petrified Forest” and an “Enchanted Walk” where vines of bower spinach are decoratively draped over limestone boulders and twisted moonah trees. Walk in to your accommodation at Bridgewater Bay.

Walking: Moderate / 16.5km / 5–6 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast, Walkers Lunch and a two course dinner

Accommodation: Bridgewater Bay

DAY 6
BRIDGEWATER BAY TO CAPE NELSON LIGHTHOUSE

From Bridgewater Bay, the route continues via the beach then clifftop track to Cape Nelson Lighthouse. There’s a cafe here to reward yourself at the end of the hike.

Walking: Moderate / 19km / 4.5–5.5 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast, Walkers Lunch and a two course dinner

Accommodation: Bridgewater Bay

DAY 7
CAPE NELSON LIGHTHOUSE TO PORTLAND

The final section of the Great South West Walk continues from Cape Nelson all the way into Portland. Highlights include Yellow Rock, Cape Sir William Grant, an endangered Australasian gannet colony and the Portland Battery. Then it’s back to the B&B in Portland where you can boast about your achievements.

Walking: Moderate / 23km / 5.5–6.5 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast and Walkers Lunch

Accommodation: Portland

DAY 8
PORTLAND AND END OF WALK

Your holiday finishes after breakfast in Portland.

Meals: Cooked breakfast

What’s Included

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • 8 day pack free walking holiday
  • The Great South West Walk highlights
  • 7 nights’ accommodation with ensuite (except at Nelson)
  • Cooked breakfasts, two course dinners and substantial Walkers Lunches
  • Luggage transport and vehicle transfers
  • We shift you along the track from accommodation to accommodation to limit time in a vehicle, creating more time to relax and enjoy the region
  • National Park admission
  • Enjoy worry free navigation with Auswalk’s comprehensive track notes, maps, map case , insulated lunch bag & info pack
  • 24/7 support from Auswalk’s transfer company and representatives on the ground
Accommodation & Dining

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

This supported hike has you walk in and out of remote towns and stay at small bed and breakfasts and lodges. Your hosts Denis, John, Trish and Roger have been part of our team for nearly twenty years and love accommodating and feeding our walkers. The rooms all have ensuites except at Nelson Lodge. Nelson Lodge was an old police station and has real character and it is most likely that you will have the place to yourself. The views from Sea View Lodge at Bridgewater make you feel like you never left the track.

The food is prepared by your hosts and the local restaurant at Bridgewater where the food is prepared by a chef.

Each day whilst you’re walking you’ll be provided with a substantial Walkers Lunch and get to eat it at a fabulous location on the track. A Walkers Lunch is varied and may include a high protein type salad, roll or a wrap, muesli bar, cake or muffin and a piece of fruit.

Alcohol or drinks with meals are not included (except tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

General Info

GENERAL INFO

This trip starts and finishes in Portland, which is a 5-hour drive from Melbourne. If you prefer, you can fly to Portland from either Melbourne or Adelaide. There are also public transport services from Melbourne. Contact us for more details.

We have rated this walk as moderate as some days are quite long. Full day walks average about 22km, 5 to 7.5 hours walking each day. The walking is mostly flat over reasonably well-walked paths, bush tracks and with some sandy sections.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

WEATHER

This walk can be done any time of the year except for the winter months of June, July and August. September to April is the ultimate time of the year for walking. Sea breezes usually keep the temperatures comfortable in summer, although there can be a period of quite hot weather, especially during February.

Warning about tide times – we may have to be a little flexible with your start date to make sure that the walking on the beach at high tide is avoided.

This walking holiday includes some sections of beach walking, so you need to take into account the tide times when choosing a starting date. To check tide charts, go to the Bureau of Meteorology and select your location as Portland. We can assist you if you need help understanding the charts.

INSURANCE

We strongly recommend purchasing a travel insurance policy as we charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your Auswalk holiday after we have confirmed it. We want to help make insurance more affordable by offering you a discount on policies purchased through NIB Insurance. This applies to any NIB policies issued via this linkGet an instant quote and purchase online now.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine detail and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, email us at info@auswalk.com.au, or call us on +61 3 9597 9767.

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    DETAILS
  • 1 Apr 2019 - 31 Mar 2020
    AVAILABLE
    Details
    from

    $2295

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $375
  • 1 Apr 2020 - 31 Mar 2021
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    Details
    from

    $2395

    SINGLE OCCUPANCY
    $425
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  1. JmRToM

    28 October, 2016 at 6:47 AM
    5

    We have just completed the GSWW self guided walking holiday staying at B & B’s each night. Auswalk staff before and during the walk were so helpful, supportive and generous with their time. There were some ‘interesting’ moments due to significant weather patterns that had caused flooding in some areas and the staff at Auswalk kept us up to date with information and other options. We always felt so safe and supported that no matter what the weather threw at us we knew Auswalk had an eye out for us. This holiday was amazing plus awe inspiring experience on so many levels and Auswalk were the key part in bringing it all together. We will certainly be doing more walks with Auswalk and would highly recommend them to anyone considering this type of holiday. Thanks so much to everyone at Auswalk.

  2. leonies700

    25 November, 2016 at 2:08 PM
    5

    My sister-in-law and I completed the Auswalk 8 day self-guided Great South West Walk on Tuesday.
    Tucked away on the Victorian/SA coastal border, this beautiful walk is like a well-kept secret. Spectacular cliffs, quiet forest, deserted beaches, clear lakes, abundant wildlife and stately river.
    Photos advertising this walk do not represent a rare highlight or two. The scenery constantly changes and is consistently magnificent.
    Auswalk are friendly to deal with and very well organized. We could tell there are years of experience behind the planning of our walk. Our comfortable accommodations at Portland, Nelson and Bridgewater each had their own unique charm. The owners have longstanding relationships with Auswalk and that knowledge and experience shows.
    The meals were great; when you are walking you especially look forward to what is in that insulated lunch-bag! The walk notes and kit were also excellent.
    This is a great way of having a comfortable hiking holiday with someone else doing the planning. You really do unwind. Life becomes simple. Rest, Eat, Walk (with beautiful scenery all around you), Rest, Eat, Sleep. All the hard stuff has been done by Auswalk.
    Many thanks for a wonderful experience.

  3. Karen B

    29 November, 2016 at 5:40 AM
    5

    I have just completed a 7 day guided walking trip, including 4 days on the Great South West Walk. Auswalk guided tour has selected 4 sections (from the 250 km walking track) to walk on this tour and they were outstanding. Two days walking along near Glenelg River and two days along the tops of the cliffs looking out over the Southern Ocean. Three travel days over the week provided opportunities to visit and walk around local destinations, attractions and wildlife colonies in the south west corner of Victoria and into South Australia. All the details and logistics were handled by Auswalk, leaving the walkers to thoroughly enjoy each day. Good company with like-minded people, good food, very comfortable accommodation and great guides made for a sensational trip ( my 10th with this company)

  4. Kevin S

    17 October, 2018 at 4:28 AM
    5

    We did the 8 days, Great South West Walk, that follows the Glenelg River and the south-west coastline. While I love walking along rivers and pathways through bushland I found on this occasion the highlights were equalled by spectacular views and interesting insights into the formation of the landscape along the coastline. The variety and notes provided by Auswalk were informative. The advice they provide on what to bring, such as cameras and what to be careful about was sound. I would suggest that you have your camera handy at all times – so many times I was too slow to catch a photo of a kangaroo, wallaby or another of the natural wildlife. The hosts at the various locations were outstanding.

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