A Great Ocean Walk

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To me being near the ocean is food for the soul and nourishment for the senses.  A day of coastal walking, going to sleep after a big dose of sea air and ocean views and waking up to the sound of crashing waves is like heaven on earth.  But let’s back track.

We started our walk late in the afternoon, deciding to get a bit of exercise after our leisurely and somewhat decadent late lunch. Well, one has to build up endurance!

Early morning steps (600x800)The Great Ocean Walk is one of Victoria’s most spectacular and iconic walks and it starts not far from where we camped last weekend, at the caravan park in Marengo.  The trail goes for 104kms and finishes at the Twelve Apostles near Princeton.

GOW sign (800x600)

Not that we were going that far.  It was just a small taste for us.

Trail to beach (600x800)

There are lots of side tracks along the way that lead to tiny rocky beaches.

Doug on beach (800x600)


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