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Great experience for our French exchange students

We took 3 French exchange students on a hike through the Otways. The whole experience was terrific... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
lou M
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Allenvale Canyon Walk

Celebrated my 50th Birthday whilst undertaking one of the Allenvale Canyon walks. It was a great... read more

Reviewed July 9, 2018
charlesfrank7
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Discover glorious golden beaches,a basking seal,crashing ocean waves, rock pool sea stars or a breaching whale. There is always something to spot! Or a stunning waterfall in the rainforest. Spot a koala or kookaburra! Feel your senses excited by...more
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We took 3 French exchange students on a hike through the Otways. The whole experience was terrific. Regina had a comprehensive knowledge of the Otway region and I was delighted to learn many new and interesting facts - the Aussie bush is extraordinary! The French...More

Thank lou M
Regina G, Manager at Surf Coast Walks - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thanks Will. I'm glad you enjoyed the hike. It was a beautiful day and it's always a good way to get to know each other better when walking through the bush. And cake just doesn't seem such a guilty pleasure when you are out walking!

Reviewed July 9, 2018

Celebrated my 50th Birthday whilst undertaking one of the Allenvale Canyon walks. It was a great day out. Regina's knowledge in regards to the old growth rain forest and local knowledge was very interesting. We had morning tea in a very special part of the...More

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Reviewed April 29, 2018

Areas of moderate incline/ decent, quite a few steps in places, wonderful views. We started and finished at Bells Beach. We took our dog who especially loved her swims along the way. There are no bins at Point Addis, so be prepared to carry your...More

Thank donnam09
Regina G, Manager at Surf Coast Walks - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded July 6, 2018

Hi Donna, thanks for your review of the Surf Coast Walk. It certainly is an awe-inspiring place and we are glad you enjoyed your experience. Just for your reference, this site is for a private guided tour company called Surf Coast Walks. We are very...More

Reviewed November 21, 2017 via mobile

This is one of the places you must stop by especially if you are self driving to GOR. There is some light climbing uphill but the view of the lighthouse and sea will be worth it!

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Reviewed November 5, 2017

I would highly recommend Surf Coast Walks. We did a 2 hour walk which our family enjoyed especially my 10 year old son. The scenery was beautiful we walked along the beach at low tide and on the cliff tops. Regina was wonderful and very...More

Thank monfortemar
Reviewed May 20, 2017

42 Km walk that highlights the varied nature of this stretch of coastline. Sections that take you along beaches, clifftops and beautiful ironbark forests. Even the famous Bells Beach gets a look in. My favourite 2 sections are Ironbark forest basin to Point Addis, and...More

Thank Soulman2014
Reviewed April 9, 2017 via mobile

We did the surf Coast walk from both directions. Walked from Fairhaven end. Great walk but hot day! Some beach walk is affected by tides so you may have to backtrack. You do pass some little cafes. Very high cliffs to admire views from. We...More

Thank chris G
Reviewed May 12, 2013 via mobile

My first visit to Lorne as a getaway from busy Melbourne & I decided to do an adventurous walk during my stay in lorne. Stumbled on Regina's business website on google called Surf Coast Walk & was so keen to do one of the walks...More

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Regina G, Owner at Surf Coast Walks - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded June 1, 2013

This is one of our more challenging walks, starting at the top of Erskine Falls and following the river to Lorne. It's a great walk as it's such a beautiful rainforest setting and after a little rain the waterfalls are flowing really well. We'd recommend...More

Reviewed May 12, 2013

I was really excited to be able to find someone to help my friend and l to take the trek to Lorne via the beach and pleased to say we both finished it. Many thanks to you. It couldn't have been a better day with...More

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Regina G, Owner at Surf Coast Walks - Day Tours, responded to this reviewResponded June 1, 2013

So glad you enjoyed this walk. Thanks for the great review! This is fast becoming one of our really great walks as it takes you on an untracked journey along the beach, over boulders, around rocky crags, past huge caverns, all the while feeling the...More

Reviewed May 12, 2013

Surf Coast Walks. http://www.surfcoastwalks.com.au/ I would like to thank Surf Coast Walks for taking my friend and I (Sue & Susan!) for the walk from Aireys Inlet to Lorne via the beach. It was great day, weather perfect and your lovely morning tea made it...More

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