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Take an immersive, four-day trek through the spectacular scenery of the Great Ocean Road — a journey that is celebrated as a Great Walk of Australia. Follow a network of moderate trails that traverse the beaches, forests and cliffs of one of the world’s most beautiful coastlines. The tour includes three nights of eco-luxe lodging, many gourmet meals, an expert guide, ground support and a thrilling helicopter ride over the Twelve Apostles for a grand finale. Numbers are limited to 12 for a personalized small-group experience.


  • Great Ocean Road 4-day walking tour
  • Walk through pristine coastal forest to secluded beaches
  • Join a guided hike and finish the walk on a helicopter tour over the 12 Apostles
  • 3 nights of comfortable lodge accommodation included
  • 3-course gourmet dinners, hearty breakfasts and packed lunches are included

What You Can Expect

Great Walks of Australia: 4-Day Twelve Apostles Walk

Johanna walking lodge

This unforgettable four-day trip along the Great Ocean Road is one of eight Great Walks of Australia — a curated collection of immersive multi-day walks through Australia’s wildly diverse landscapes. Consisting mostly of moderate tracks, this walk is great for all experience levels.

Explore famous surf beaches, peaceful eucalyptus groves, the lush rain forest of the Ottway Ranges and the dramatic limestone cliffs of Australia’s ‘Shipwreck Coast.’ For a grand finale, get an aerial perspective of the famous Twelve Apostles rock formations with a thrilling helicopter ride.

An experienced guide will lead a small group of no more than 12 participants. Return to the same accommodations each night — a comfortable eco-lodge designed specifically for hikers. Refuel along the journey with gourmet, locally-sourced meals served with regional wines.

See Itinerary below for complete tour details.


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