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We are here to support you on your Great Ocean Walk adventure!

We can offer:

  • Camping assistance. Water & food drops, luggage transfers and camping gear hire.
  • Have a Car? We meet you at your vehicle and transfer you to the start of your walk.
  • One off Shuttles. Just email us with the time and location and we will give you a quote!
  • Order the Official Topographical Parks Victoria Map.
Great Ocean Road Shuttle

 

If you want a simple one off shuttle please email us your preferred date, time, number of people and where you want to go & we will email you a quote! Please email us on   gow@greatoceanroadshuttle.com.au

0428 379 278

Assisted Camping

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Self-guided walk staying in campsites on the Great Ocean Walk.

Great Ocean Road Shuttle provide water, move your heavy rucksacks and transfer you from the 12 Apostles back to Apollo Bay at end of your walk. Start any day you please, pending availability.

You book your campsites & provide your own food.

We provide water containers (there is no treated drinking water on the track) & provide a key code for our trailer & store your gear.

The trailer moves along the track as you walk.

Choose from 3, 4 or 6 Days Camping

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3 Day Walk, Camping

Day 1 - (22km) Apollo Bay to Blanket Bay.

Day 2 - (21km) Walk Blanket Bay to Aire River.

Day 3 - (14km) Aire River to Johanna Beach.

Transfer back to Apollo Bay

From $400 for 1-4 walkers

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4 Day Walk, Camping

Day 1 - (22km) Apollo Bay to Blanket Bay.

Day 2 - (21km) Walk Blanket Bay to Aire River.

Day 3 - (14km) Aire River to Johanna Beach.

Day 4 - (14km) Johanna Beach to Ryan's Den.

Transfer back to Apollo Bay

From $570 for 1-4 walkers

6 Day Walk, Camping

Day 1 - (22km) Apollo Bay to Blanket Bay.

Day 2 - (21km) Walk Blanket Bay to Aire River.

Day 3 - (14km) Aire River to Johanna Beach.

Day 4 - (14km) Johanna Beach to Ryan's Den.

Day 5 - (13km) Ryans Den, via Wreck Beach to Devils Kitchen.

Day 6 - (16km) Devils Kitchen to 12 Apostles.

Transfer back to Apollo Bay

From $755 for 1-4 walkers

Great Ocean Walk car access

There are some sections of the walk we cannot access by car.

We cannot access Eliot Ridge, Cape Otway, Devils Kitchen or Ryans Den hike in campsites.

 Great Ocean Walk tip:

There is no drinking water on the track, only untreated rainwater tanks. In summer these tanks may run dry, so be prepared and bring your own water.

Please also note that Telstra mobiles work best on the Great Ocean Walk. Also, there are several spots on the track where there is no mobile reception, so always let a friend or family member know your walking itinerary before you commence your walk.

 

 

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A single shuttle on the

Great Ocean Walk

If you are just looking for one or two transfers on the walk

Please email us:

  • The date
  • Where you want to go
  • How many people the shuttle is for
  • An approximate time

We will email you with availability and a live link to pay if you wish to book.

gow@greatoceanroadshuttle.com.au

Or Call 0428 379 278

The Official Great Ocean Walk Topographical  Map

Indicates decision points on the track and entry and exit points. Highly recommend when planning your walk!

Order Your Great Ocean Walk Map

Self Guided 'Inn to Inn' Walk Packages on the Great Ocean Walk. 

Walk 91 will organise your complete Great Ocean Road Walk holiday including accommodation, food, shuttles and luggage transfers.

Frequently Asked Questions on the Great Ocean Walk

How long is the Great Ocean Walk and where does it start and end?

The walk is 104kms long, but the campsites cover approx 100km as a more direct route (as you do not need to walk in and out to meeting spots). It starts in Apollo Bay on the foreshore (on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia) and ends at the 12 Apostles. There is no track to Port Campbell.

 

Is Great Ocean Road Shuttle a local business?

Yes, Great Ocean Road Shuttle is run by locals who have worked and lived in the area for years.

Originally Great Ocean Road Shuttle was set up and owned by Abby Usas, who sadly passed away in 2016. Abby loved the Great Otway National Park and lived in the heart of the bush at Cape Otway. Walk 91, owned by an ex-local ranger who lives in Apollo Bay, has taken over Great Ocean Road Shuttle to run alongside their self-guided Great Ocean Walk inn to inn walking packages.

www.walk91.com.au

Great Ocean Road Shuttle’s drivers are all locals who have lived in Apollo Bay for years. They are looking forward to meeting you and driving you through the beautiful Great Otway National Park!

Water on the Great Ocean Walk?

There is no drinking water on the trail, only untreated rainwater tanks, so bring your own water or water purification tablets. Do not presume that the water tanks will be full, however. If it has not rained much they may be empty so keep this is mind when planning your walk.