Self Guided Walks

Great Ocean Walk Self Guided Tours – Choose your own date to start walking!          View map

3 Day

Self Guided Walks

3 Day Walks

Cabin Accommodation

12 Apostles Walk – Catered or Self Catered from $815pp



 6 Day


6 Day Walks 

Cabin Accommodation

The Complete Walk,Catered or Self Catered from $1319

Premium Ecology Walk

The Complete Walk,Catered from $2148

7 Day


7 Day Walks 

Cabin Accommodation

The Complete Walk,Catered or Self Catered from $1375pp

Premium Ecology Walk

The Complete Walk,Catered from $2348



What is the difference between the Cabin accommodation option & the Conservation Ecology Centre Walk ?

The Conservation Ecology Centre is comparable to a 4 star rating. The cabins and other accommodation are more comparable to a 3 to 3 1/2 star rating. All food provided for all our walkers is freshly cooked by local chefs or accommodation providers, and all accommodation hosts are friendly and welcoming. Just let us know your most preferred walking date and we will check availability for you.

Group walks: If you have a group, 7 people plus, please contact us. If you would like a private house / cabins for your group, this can be arranged!


On the hill walking back to Apollo Bay fro Shelley BeachAll bag transfers are included from accommodation to accommodation.

If you do not see your perfect walk, please contact us on 03 5237 1189.

All walk 91’s self guided walking tours include:

      • An EPIRB – safety beacon
      • A light weight first aid kit
      • A personal safety briefing, with an ex Otways Park Ranger, before you commence your walk
      • Walking notes and maps
      • Transfers of bags, so you only carry a day pack
      • Free hire of walking poles
      • Entry to the historical Cape Otway Light Station

Please contact us if you see a ‘Great Ocean Walk’ itinerary that interests you, quoting the ‘Great Ocean walk’ code number provided.

Please also contact us if you have any questions or special requests, or would like a custom made walk.

If you would like to add a rest day in the middle of your ‘Great Ocean Walk’ vacation, we can also arrange this for you.

Alternatively call us to discuss your perfect ‘Great Ocean Walk’ on: (03) 5237 1189.
For international inquires call: + 61 3 5237 1189

All itineraries are subject to availability . *Some conditions apply.

Highlights of the Great Ocean Walk Include:

koala photoThe scenic start of the Great Ocean Walk sets the standard for the rest of your journey. The walk follows the magnificent coastline, with sweeping views of the Great Otway National Park and the Cape Otway region. Decide whether to walk along beaches or on cut tracks, past farmlands and coastal forests. Upon arriving at Shelly Beach the track starts meandering into the rainforest of the Otway National Park. Hikers walk past tree ferns and tall eucalypts found in the wet gullies. The tall rainforests are home to Black Wallabies who dominate this walk along old forest tracks.

As you approach the coast again with wonderful views over Parker Inlet, the vegetation changes to dry coastal forests, inhabited by Echidnas and King Parrots. Experience spectacular views of Bass Strait along the cliff tops, which lead you to Victoria’s oldest Light Station. Remember to look out for the Manna Gums, as they are home to the local Koalas.

After visiting Cape Otway Light Station, you will pass the old Light Station Cemetery, in the direction of the Aire Heritage River. The tombstones reflect the hardships earlier settlers experienced, when first inhabiting this challenging southern coastline.

Leaving the cemetery the track heads towards Station Beach, taking you past coastal wattle and bearded heath. Admire wind-sculpted slopes and cliff tops with sensational views and visit a spring fed waterfall, cascading onto rocky platforms below.

walk91-bus-on-great-ocean-walk-groupThis section of the walk also features a river estuary, rocky escarpments and stunning coastal views .You will pass heath land, wildflowers and grass trees.

Be prepared for some beach walking as you drop down onto beautiful Johanna Beach. Look out for majestic Wedge-tailed eagles and White bellied Sea eagles. Passing the beach, you climb upwards alongside a picturesque farmland valley, and follow a winding country road. The road then descends into the dramatically rugged Milanesia Beach. As the track rises back to the cliff tops you are presented with outstanding views from the coastal forests, high on the sea cliffs.

Finally walk amongst the Sheoak trees, dropping down onto historical Wreck Beach. Admire the old anchors rising out of the sand, as testament to why this region is referred to as the Shipwreck Coast.

Once past the beautiful Gellibrand estuary the track climbs up for the last 5 kilometres of the Great Ocean walk, finishing with impressive and unforgettable views of the 12 Apostles.