Great Ocean Walk (VIC) – Camino Training Trip
Enjoy interesting accommodation, incredible food and the company of new friends. Each day on the Great Ocean Walk promises varied terrain and spectacular views.
Take in the breathtaking coastal scenery from the Cape Otway Light Station and the Gibson Steps all the way to the 12 Apostles. Deserted wild beaches, sheer cliffs, shipwrecks, giant mountain ash forests, pristine river estuaries, abundant wildlife, dunes and coastal heathlands all await you on this exciting adventure.
We've operated trips along Victoria's Great Ocean Walk for more than 10 years. Our team on the ground is the most experienced you'll find. We offer safety and local support, including RAW's private transfer vehicle, plus EPIRBs (beacons) and comprehensive trip notes for self-guided walkers, and a satellite phone if you're with a group.
Our group trips feature informative talks from a local shipwreck historian born in the Cape Otway lighthouse and a local Indigenous cultural guide. The insights they provide to our clients are a highlight of our trips along the Great Ocean Walk and make this adventure even more worthwhile and memorable.
We offer more variety and flexibility of tours and itineraries than any other operator. We listen to what you want and tailor the walking on the Great Ocean Walk to your ability and timeframes, giving you the experience you want, not what's easiest for us! All our guided trips include carefully planned itineraries and wonderful accommodation and food.
RAW Travel's Great Ocean Walks are advanced eco-certified; a reassurance that we provide high-quality nature-based tourism experiences. Our guides who lead our Great Ocean Walk trips are highly experienced and mature individuals who deliver an authentic, environmentally responsible and professional experience for our clients.
This popular coastal town is the gateway to Victoria's stunning Great Ocean Walk. Get ready for a walk of ever-changing landscapes, from giant rainforests and deserted wild beaches to rocky cliffs and coastal heathlands.
The secluded and postcard-worthy Parker Inlet on the Great Ocean Walk offers amazing geology and wildlife. Two lookouts along the way provide wonderful views into the estuary
and over the ocean.
This is the southern tip of Victoria's western coast, where the Southern Ocean collides with Bass Strait. To get here you'll need to walk through the magical towering forests of mountain ash that characterise the Great Otway National Park. Perched on towering sea cliffs, the Cape Otway Light Station is Australia's oldest and most important lighthouse.
After walking along the cliff tops through heathland and forests you'll emerge onto the broad expanse of beautiful Johanna Beach – one of Australia's best beaches for views and surf. The walk from here to Ryan's Den is one of the wildest and most challenging sections of the Great Ocean Walk.
The challenging descent to Wreck Beach brings you to the anchors of the shipwrecks Marie Gabrielle (1870) and Fiji (1890), embedded in the reef and visible at low tide. These are a real highlight of the Great Ocean Walk. Watch out for large waves!
This famous collection of limestone stacks off the shore of the Port Campbell National Park is the end of the wild and wonderful Great Ocean Walk. Descend the stone staircase of the Gibson Steps for unique views of Gog and Magog.
View our exclusive guide to everything you need to know about experiencing the Great Ocean Walk with RAW Travel's guided or self-guided trips.
Our stand-out advantage is our local staff who have led and supported countless walkers on the Great Ocean Walk, with 11 years' experience operating groups and supporting independent walkers.