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Port Campbell Discovery Walk

Port Campbell, Australia
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C... wrote a review Aug 2020
Traralgon, Australia23822 contributions1964 helpful votes
Experience the iconic clifftops that signify the Great Ocean Road. Look out for native wildlife hiding out among the coastal heath at dusk and absorb the unforgettable panoramas back to Port Campbell, Sentinel Rock and the Twelve Apostles. There are steps for a short section at the beginning of the walk. The walk will take you through Port Campbell National Park. It starts at the Port Campbell Lookout and ends at the Two Mile Carpark. They recommend that it will take you 1.5 hours and it's a 4.4kilometre walk in total. Also they remind individuals that dogs and cats are not permitted.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Jon M wrote a review Sep 2019
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This is a wonderful cliff-top walk from Port Campbell, with views of the harbour and then back all the way to Loch Ard and the Twelve Apostles.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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TheGoBird wrote a review Feb 2019
Jacksonville Beach, Florida574 contributions195 helpful votes
There are stairs leading from Port Campbell Beach up to the Discovery Walk. We love the walk along the cliffs in the foliage.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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The Wandering Reviewer wrote a review Jan 2019
Melbourne, Australia9592 contributions4030 helpful votes
As you arrive here there is an excellent car park and from here, you can walk along the Port Campbell Discovery Walk. From here you can see the Port Campbell Foreshore which is stunning and I've reviewed. I liked that in July there were still people having a swim. Brrrr.... it was cold, although they did have wetsuits. Note that the walk traverses the cliff top so if you suffer from vertigo it may be challenging. Stay on the tracks. The flora is amazing with coastal health being the main shrubs here. Sometimes you will see wildlife like wallabies, particularly at dawn or dusk but there certainly is plenty of birdlife. The views from here are uninterrupted to Sentinel Rock and the 12 Apostles. The track is not suitable for strollers or prams or wheelchairs and if you use a walking frame or cane it would be challenging. Some areas may be restricted because of tides. Good parking. Kid friendly. Not really wheelchair friendly. Bring your own food and refreshments.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Robby G C wrote a review Sep 2018
Toronto, Canada78108 contributions1786 helpful votes
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We parked our car and went to the Port Campbell Discovery Walk. Someone asked about thus walk. After telling what we will see, he headed to the trail as well. The first beauty was the Port Campbell Foreshore. People were swimming in the ocean. Then we saw the coastline. It was huge and attractive! The last attraction, not the favorite for damsels: Lots of spiders. However, the spiders were beautiful. I had never seen an a spider with these colors. Then we had to go down. We had a great time and we enjoyed the views we had seen, even the spiders. This is really worthwhile!
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Date of experience: March 2018
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