Port Campbell Discovery Walk

The walk traverses cliff top and dense low coastal heath. It offers wildlife viewing opportunities and unobstructed viewing east to Sentinel Rock and the 12 Apostles. Look out for wildlife around dusk and dawn. Access via steps near the mouth of Campbell's Creek, on the beach in front of the surf club. Steps and gradients make this trail unsuitable for prams and wheelchairs. See below for high tide and alternate access. Distance is 3.8 kms, allow 1.5 hours for the walk.


The Bay of Martyrs Coastal Walk

A wonderful cliff top trail that provides access to some spectacular beaches and coves, a favourite local dusk and dawn walk. Visitors can leave their cars in town or in the Bay of Martyrs car park. Car parks between these two venues are small and have narrow rough access tracks. Please stick to formal tracks to access beaches along the trail. http://visit12apostles.com.au/ant/profile/peterborough-bay-of-martyrs-trail

Loch Ard Gorge

Offshore stacks, blowholes and the indescribable beauty of formations like the razorback and island arch make this precinct the one with the lot. There is a map of the whole precinct viewable from the main car park. Visitors should allow 2 – 3 hours and be aware that there are 3 separate car parks.


The Bay of Islands

The pale limestone of this section of coast reflects a different quality of light and offers superior photographic opportunity in overcast conditions. Highly underrated!