Surf Coast Walk
The Surf Coast Walk was officially launched on 4 November 2012.
Offering natural beauty and easy access, the 44km Surf Coast Walk lets you relax and enjoy a world-class walking destination at your own pace. Many distinctive tracks invite you to explore inspiring landscapes on foot or bike beyond the edge of Victoria’s beautiful Great Ocean Road.
Discover ancient Aboriginal traditions, fascinating surf culture and abundant wildlife as the Walk connects you with the coastal town comforts of Torquay, Anglesea and Aireys Inlet.
Whether you're a nature lover or a fun lover, whether you take an hour, a day or a week, the Surf Coast Walk puts a stunning and unique coastal environment within easy reach.
Surf Coast Walk Background
The Surf Coast Walk has been delivered thanks to a working group involving representatives from the Surf Coast Shire Council, Great Ocean Road Coast Committee and Parks Victoria who have effectively worked together to progressively upgrade, improve and coordinate activities associated with the development of the Surf Coast Walk.
The redevelopment of the Surf Coast Walk has been made possible thanks to $800,000 in funding from Regional Development Victoria, $280,000 from the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee, and $270,000 from the Surf Coast Shire and support from a range of partners, including Parks Victoria.
More information on the project.
Lorne Walks and Waterfalls
Lorne Walks cover a great variety of distances and environments. There are more than 70 bush and coastal walks in the Surf Coast region. Some are only short but, in 10 minutes or so, they can take you to a spectacular coastal lookout, waterfall or forest.