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Expedition: 3 Day Great Ocean Track
Code: XPD301
Region: Australasia
Country: Australia
Activity: Trekking,Nature
Duration: 3
Cost: *$970
*Per Person Twin Share


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3 Day Great Ocean Track > Expedition Overview

FREE TREKS : Put together a trip of 8 people and You will travel for free. Or we can distribute the cost of your trip over the rest of the group to give them a discount. 

Want to walk the entire Great Ocean Rd Track? Check out our 7 day End to End trip here!

-Walk one of the most beautiful coastlines in Australia
-See sweeping coastal cliffs and rugged shores
-Trek through pristine a ecologically diverse forests
-A great weekender or great training for other expeditions
-Learn about the colourful local shipping and colonial history

Come and experience what is destined to become one of the world's great hikes - right on your door step. Opened in 2006, the new Great Ocean Walk spans 91 kilometres of one of the most spectacular stretches of coastline in Australia. If you think you already know this area from driving the Great Ocean road think again!

The walk takes you to unspoiled and previously inaccessible terrain, far from crowds and traffic. Breathtaking coastal scenery, deserted wild beaches, sheer cliffs, historical lighthouses and shipwrecks, giant mountain ash forests, pristine river estuaries, abundant wildlife, dunes and coastal heathlands all await the adventurous trekker on this exciting expedition.

The Great Ocean walk extends from Apollo bay through the Great Otway National Park, to the famous Twelve apostles near Port Campbell. Along the way it traverses some of Australia's most amazing coastal scenery, cutting through the Otway National Park where mountains and forest plunge dramatically to meet the Southern Ocean. The trail is rich with wildlife as the Otway national park is home to over 60 threatened species, so expect to see Wallabies, Koalas, Echnida's and other iconic Australian wildlife on your hikes as well as abundant birdlife.

We have chosen the highlights of the walk for this event, offering some of the most spectacular and remote sections of the trail to showcase the wonderful diversity of scenery and habitats.

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