Discover the dramatic scenery of Victoria’s South West, from rocky sea cliffs to remote bushland, on this 5-day walking trip of the region. White sandy beaches littered with shells, petrified forests, limestone caves and the beautifully secluded Cape Nelson lighthouse are some of the highlights you can expect to encounter. Not to mention the wildlife – from emus, koalas, kangaroos and seal colonies, as well as a staggering variety of seasonal orchids and wildflowers which enhance the forest floor. Your local leader will help you uncover all the natural wonders of one of the states’ most underrated regions.
- Take a First Nations guided tour of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Budj Bim Cultural Landscape site.
- Explore Mount Richmond National Park and keep an eye out for emus, kangaroos, koalas, echidnas and wallabies.
- Climb to the mouth of the Tarragal Caves, a network of ancient limestone caves within the Discovery Bay Coastal Park.
- Enjoy a private dinner at the Cape Nelson Lighthouse with your fellow travellers and local leader.
- Visit Australia’s only mainland gannet colony at Point Danger Coastal Reserve.