Surf Coast Walk

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A three year, $1.35 million redevelopment resulting in a 44km world class walking track along the Great Ocean Road.

A joint project between GORCC, Surf Coast Shire and other partners to upgrade and extend the Surf Coast Walk is now complete.

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.

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About the Surf Coast Walk
The redevelopment of the Surf Coast Walk has transformed the quality of the track and associated facilities resulting in a world-class walking track that offers easy access to the natural beauty of the coast.

Locals and visitors alike will benefit from the track, which puts a stunning and unique coastal environment within easy reach and stretches from Pt Impossible to Fairhaven.

The walk offers the best of both worlds – you can explore inspiring landscapes on the edge of our beautiful Great Ocean Road and remain connected to the town comforts of Torquay, Anglesea and Aireys Inlet.

Getting involved
Do you love the Surf Coast Walk? You can get involved! GORCC is seeking volunteers to join the Friends of the Surf Coast Walk group - there's something everyone can do to help.  Find out more here.


Images and information

 Learn about some of the fascinating animal and plant life you can encounter on the Surf Coast Walk.
Triple Olympic medallist walker Jared Tallent leads the crowd as he takes the first steps on the Surf Coast Walk at the launch event.
Coastal Projects Manager Mike Bodsworth on the Surf Coast Walk
The view from Eumeralla Scout Camp steps
The stunning vista from the Eumeralla Scout Camp steps. 
Great Ocean Road Coast Committee Chairman John Carlile and Project Manager Mike Bodsworth on the Surf Coast Walk