Walks tailored to you group

From 2 hours to a full day, join local guides to learn about our native animals and plants, Aboriginal bush foods and the natural & human pressures that affect the landscape. The Great Otway National Park has plenty of great walking tracks that lead through heathlands, eucalypt forests, temperate rainforest, beaches, rivers and cliff tops.

The beautiful Surf Coast Walk offers great coastal walking in 2-5 hour blocks.

Perhaps we can lead your group on a walk from camp to the beach, learning about traditional bushfoods and medicine plants along the way. We can also talk about Anglesea’s dramatic Alcoa coal mine from a lookout, look for signs and traces of native animals, discuss human impacts and land management, and talk about our Indigenous people’s involvement with the land.

Bush walks will be tailored to your group’s abilities, time frame, accommodation, and content requirements and may be                                             used to link your other camp activities. Save money and resources by walking, instead of taking the bus!

Eco-Logic outdoor education staff can be employed to lead your extended trips

Duration2 hours to a full day
SitesThe Great Otway National Park, including Point Addis, Anglesea, Aireys Inlet and Lorne regions
SuitabilityPrimary and secondary school students, tertiary and adult groups
NoteLeaders will carry additional hike first aid supplies on all walks
Cost $115 per guide per hour including GST.

Maximum 20 participants per guide.

Please phone us if you wish to take a longer hike, and we will discuss pricing for your group.