One of the best multi-day walks.
Australian Geographic Adventure
Victoria will not disappoint those with a focus on outdoor fun. Whether it is riding or hiking its spectacular alpine region, walking the epic coastline west of Melbourne, or exploring one of Australia’s most iconic coastal national parks, there is loads of adventure on tap. Here are three escapes to start planning now so you’re ready to roll once restrictions are eased!
It might be called the Shipwreck Coast but it’s a walk that can be done in style and comfort.
At first you might think it’s a typo when you see ‘seal kayaking’. But think again: this is actually kayaking with seals.
Quolls aren’t such a well-known Aussie animal, but their plight is not looking good, especially for the tiger quoll.
There’s not shortage of adventures in the Otway ranges, but one of the funnest is the Otway Fly – a zipline through the trees.
Lake Elizabeth, near Forrest in Victoria, is home to platypus and one of the few places you can view them in the wild.
The Great Ocean Walk area also boasts an important part in the history of Australia.
One of the highlights of the Great Ocean Walk, of course, is the finale of finishing at the 12 Apostles, and they don’t disappoint.
If there’s one thing about the Great Ocean Walk that stands out (aside from the stunning scenery), it’s the wildlife viewing.