Parks Victoria wish to advise the Great Ocean Walk track in the Great Otway National Park is currently extremely slippery, river levels are high and there are trees down across the track. The section of walk from Milanesia Track to Ryans Den has been particularly compromised by severe weather. It is not recommended to attempt […]
The Great Ocean Walk section from Castle Cove to Rotten Point has been widened, regraded, and realigned and drainage improved.
The Sand Road bridge between Aire River East and West is now open to vehicles with a 2 ton and 2.1m height limit. A high-limit gantry has been erected.
The Aire River East Campground is now open to vehicles. The lower campsites are closed due to wet conditions, but the picnic area and a limited number of campsites on the higher area are open.
We have been informed that there will be some delays on parts of the great ocean road and that our guides are aware of these and will make alternative arrangements to keep our walking trips on track. http://www.standard.net.au/story/2587279/road-works-to-limit-great-ocean-road-traffic/?cs=72
Parks Victoria has announced that the Milanesia to Ryans Den section will undergo a track upgrade commencing Monday, 22 September. Works are expected to take up to six weeks. The track upgrade will include track regrading, widening and reforming, drainage, minor realignments and step-planking boardwalks. The walk will remain open to walkers along these sections […]
Parks Victoria has announced that the Castle Cove to Rotten Point section will undergo track upgrades commencing Tuesday 29 April. Works are expected to take between four to six weeks. These track upgrades include: Upgrading approximately 3 to 3.5km of walking track between Castle Cove and Rotten Point to a width of 1,200mm; Undertaking all […]
Aire River East Campground is closed to vehicles due to wet conditions. The campground remains accessible for walk-in camping. (2 June 2014)
Over the summer Parks Victoria have installed seats at five strategic locations on the section from Elliot River to Blanket Bay. (14 March 2014)
The section from Milanesia Beach to Ryans Den has been slashed over the past week and now the whole Walk is in excellent condition. (26 February 2014)