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Address: Anglesea, Victoria 3230, Australia
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Discover glorious golden beaches,a basking seal,crashing ocean waves, rock...

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 this beautiful place. Come walking near Torquay, Bell's Beach and Lorne on sections of the Surf Coast Walk. Comfortable walking at its best! Yummy gourmet food and coffee, carry just a day pack and all transport and safety are organised for you. We'll guide you safely on our established tours –half day, full-day or multi-day hikes.

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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... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
chris G
Port Macquarie, Australia
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Port Macquarie, Australia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago 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 also walked from Bird Rock near Jan Juc past bells Beach where they were setting... More 

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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 on the website. And I'm so glad I chose the Erskine River walk with her!... More 

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Regina G, Owner at Surf Coast Walks - Day Tours, responded to this review

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 you join us for this walk in late Spring, Summer or Autumn for a really... More 

Noble Park, Australia
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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 the weather playing a big part. Many interesting things were pointed out along the way,... More 

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Regina G, Owner at Surf Coast Walks - Day Tours, responded to this review

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 surging Southern Ocean beside you. You never know what you may encounter! It's definitely a... More 

Noble Park, Australia
1 review
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 very special. Your commentary was great, you seem to know a great deal about the... More 

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Reviewed May 11, 2013

Camera in hand we begin a guided photographic walk in the beautiful Otway Range in Lorne. Rebecca snaps a fern leaf whilst the morning sun is filtered through the large gums. Each of us try to emulate this photo that certainly has the ‘wow’ factor. Colour, aperture, focus mode: great advice is shared between the small group of photographers. We... More 

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Regina G, Owner at Surf Coast Walks - Day Tours, responded to this review

Thanks for the review and glad you enjoyed learning more about photography whilst exploring this beautiful coast. Rebecca is certainly a talented photographer and teacher. She is a renowned local artist - photographer and enjoys exploring new places to photograph. This day is less about distance walking and more about finding great photographic moments. Bring your camera and a sense... More 

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Reviewed December 3, 2011

Peter(43) Really recommend this walk. We did the walk from Urquhart’s Bluff at Aireys Inlet along a stunning bit of coast to Eastern View. Even though I was a bit rusty, the walk was ok –not too hard. Because it was low tide we walked along the rock platform and poked around the rock pools –saw some anemones! Incredible how... More 

Thank Peter G
Regina G, Manager at Surf Coast Walks - Day Tours, responded to this review

It was a beautiful day for a walk, wasn't it. Glad you enjoyed it. I think that walk in particular is really interesting as it gives you the opportunity to poke around in a rockpool and to spot some fossils. On Monday we found a seal along that section of coast - a really cute young one. thanks for coming... More 

Mornington, Australia
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Reviewed November 1, 2011

I took a guided walk with my fellow TAFE students and Regina or Surf Coast Walks. The walk was 2 hours long and included a brief overview of the area and some essential bushwalking safety tips before we set off. Staying mostly to the Anglesea area Regina guided us along well made paths through brush and scrub with stunning coastal... More 

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Geelong, Victoria, Australia
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Reviewed October 27, 2011

We had a great day, walked from Bell's Beach to Anglesea. Regina was very knowledgeable and easy going, explaining and pointing out flora and fauna including 3 echidnas. There was some hills but nothing too strenuous. The morning tea and lunch was lovely and nothing was too much bother. Highly recommend. I am a local to this area but the... More 

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