Great Ocean Walk, VIC

 Australia

Trek the entire 105 kilometres of the Great Ocean Walk, well away from the crowds of the popular Great Ocean Road.

Trip duration:
7 days

Challenge duration:
7 days

Challenge grade:
3/5

Departure months:
September to April

Accommodation:
Twin-share in 3-Star accommodation

Hiking the Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean walk cuts through some of the most iconic scenery in Australia; pristine deserted beaches, sheer limestone cliffs that plunge dramatically into the sea, coastal dunes and towering mountain ash forests.

Koalas, kangaroos, fur seals, black cockatoos and a host of other wildlife call this area home. You’ll have ample photo opportunities to capture the magnificent sights and—with any luck—some of the local animal residents. You’ll cover 105 kilometres well away from the crowds and traffic of the Great Ocean Road, soaking in the true charm of the Twelve Apostles and their stunning surrounds.

This is an exhilarating walk for any nature lover, with enough challenge to give a sense of accomplishment.

Apollo Bay, Victoria, Australia
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Why you'll love this adventure

  • Challenge yourself as you trek 105km over seven exhilarating days
  • Witness some of the most dramatic and iconic scenery in Australia, from sheer limestone cliffs to deserted beaches, and mountain ash forests
  • Raise vital funds for your chosen cause and make friends with like-minded people when you travel for good

 

Trip notes

Day 1: Depart Melbourne - Apollo Bay to Shelly Beach

Our adventure begins! We meet our guides and board our private transfer at the National Gallery of Victoria. We’re treated to spectacular scenery along the Great Ocean Road as we make our way to Anglesea. There, we stop for morning tea and a welcome briefing before continuing to Apollo Bay where we’ll enjoy lunch and last-minute preparations for the trek: topping up water bottles and tightening laces.

Our first steps on the trail are through the beach-side suburb of Marengo, where fur seals hang out on rocks in the bay. Leaving the suburb behind, we trek into rural countryside, the open landscape revealing views along the coast looking south-west towards Cape Otway and north-east over the ranges surrounding Apollo Bay. Continuing on, we descend to a beach for a short rest before rejoining the trail as it winds into low rainforest, and then starts to climb into the Great Otway National Park just above Shelly Beach. Here we complete the day’s trek and transfer to our accommodation before sharing our first team dinner, getting to know each other and reflecting on a great first day.

Transfer Time: 3 hours

Trekking Distance: 9 km

Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Shelly Beach to Parker Inlet

Our trek today is more challenging and leads away from the coast into the towering forests of Mountain Ash. At up to 65m high, these are some of the biggest trees in Australia and walking through the heart of the giant forest is a humbling experience, with hills to keep you working hard as you soak in the soaring tree canopy above. The trail rejoins the oceanside at Blanket Bay, an isolated stretch of coast, then meanders along the cliff tops and through coastal forests to the quiet haven of Parker Inlet. Keep your eyes open for black wallaby, echidna, black cockatoo, rosella and other wildlife along the way. With today’s challenging but rewarding walk complete, we return to our accommodation and enjoy a hearty dinner together.

Trekking Distance: 20.5 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Parker Inlet to Aire River

Today’s trek is all about the coast. We start our trek around Parker Inlet, which gives us the option to walk along the water’s edge following rock shelves and beaches around Point Franklin. The trail then heads inland through manna gums to the Cape Otway Lightstation, Australia’s oldest continuously operating lighthouse. Keep an eye out - you are almost sure to see koalas along this section! The trail winds its way through wind sculpted landscapes of sand dunes, coastal scrubland and magnificent calcified cliffs. At the Aire River Lookout, we enjoy views down to the estuary where the Aire River meets the Southern Ocean. The wetlands look quite spectacular from this vantage point. A nice steady downhill walk from the lookout takes us to a picnic area for lunch.

Trekking Distance: 16.5 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Aire River to Johanna Beach

From Aire River, the track heads inland for a while, climbing up and around the next headland through tea-tree forests, and then continues along the coastal path with sweeping views of the rugged coastline. Located on a spectacular bend of the Great Ocean Road at Glenaire, Castle Cove is a beautiful beach surrounded by towering cliffs which have high archaeological significance, as dinosaur fossils have been found here. From Castle Cove the track winds its way along the cliff tops, through heathlands and forests, occasionally emerging to give breathtaking and extensive views along the coast. The forest here is an interesting mixture of manna gums, spring wildflowers and magnificent expanses of grass trees. Make sure you keep an eye out above for Peregrine Falcons. Eventually you will emerge onto the broad expanse of Johanna Beach, one of the best in Australia with superb views and enormous crashing surf.

Trekking Distance: 14 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Johanna Beach to Moonlight Head

The first part of today’s walk from Johanna Beach to Ryan’s Den is the wildest and most challenging section of the entire track. From Johanna Beach the track rises through rolling hills and farmland as it cuts inland before returning to the coast and one of the walk’s highlights, Milanesia Beach which receives few visitors and is all the more special for it. We then rollercoaster our way up to Ryan’s Den, our picturesque lunch stop for today with breathtaking views all the way back to Cape Otway and west to Cape Volney. After soaking in the scenery – arguably the most picturesque of the whole track—we continue through coastal forests to Moonlight Head. We check into our accommodation in Port Campbell for the last two nights.

Trekking Distance: 19 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Moonlight Head to Princetown

After Moonlight Head the track leads us to The Gables Lookout, perched on one of the highest sea cliffs in mainland Australia. Continuing along the track through a grove of casuarina trees Wreck Beach will come into view, where at low tide you can descend and see the anchors of two of the many shipwrecks that lie submerged along this coast. From Devils Kitchen we follow a new section of track that hugs the wild coastal cliffs towards Princetown where our day’s walking concludes. Tonight we enjoy one last team dinner (at own cost), happy to rest our feet and celebrate a successful adventure so far.

Trekking Distance: 17 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 7: Princetown to Twelve Apostles - return to Melbourne

It’s the last day of our adventure, and we’ve saved one of the most iconic sights in Australia for today. We set out today near Princetown, home to a wide variety of birdlife in the surrounding wetlands. We reconnect with the Great Ocean Walk on the home stretch into Port Campbell National Park and the world-famous Twelve Apostles. Soon, the famous landmarks come into view with the last kilometre of the Great Ocean Walk taking us through to the Twelve Apostles Visitor Centre. You’ve done it! With the Apostles welcoming us, we celebrate the end of an incredible adventure. We head back into Port Campbell where we can purchase some lunch and collect our bags. It’s then time to transfer back to Melbourne, arriving at approximately 5:30 pm.

Transfer Time: 3 hours

Trekking Distance: 8.5 km

Meals: Breakfast

Note: As this adventure begins early on Day 1, you will need to arrive in Melbourne the day before the trek starts. Accommodation is NOT included on this night. Please do not book your flight home to depart before 7:30 pm on the last day. 

Day 1: Depart Melbourne - Apollo Bay to Shelly Beach

Our adventure begins! We meet our guides and board our private transfer at the National Gallery of Victoria. We’re treated to spectacular scenery along the Great Ocean Road as we make our way to Anglesea. There, we stop for morning tea and a welcome briefing before continuing to Apollo Bay where we’ll enjoy lunch and last-minute preparations for the trek: topping up water bottles and tightening laces.

Our first steps on the trail are through the beach-side suburb of Marengo, where fur seals hang out on rocks in the bay. Leaving the suburb behind, we trek into rural countryside, the open landscape revealing views along the coast looking south-west towards Cape Otway and north-east over the ranges surrounding Apollo Bay. Continuing on, we descend to a beach for a short rest before rejoining the trail as it winds into low rainforest, and then starts to climb into the Great Otway National Park just above Shelly Beach. Here we complete the day’s trek and transfer to our accommodation before sharing our first team dinner, getting to know each other and reflecting on a great first day.

Transfer Time: 3 hours

Trekking Distance: 9 km

Meals: Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Shelly Beach to Parker Inlet

Our trek today is more challenging and leads away from the coast into the towering forests of Mountain Ash. At up to 65m high, these are some of the biggest trees in Australia and walking through the heart of the giant forest is a humbling experience, with hills to keep you working hard as you soak in the soaring tree canopy above. The trail rejoins the oceanside at Blanket Bay, an isolated stretch of coast, then meanders along the cliff tops and through coastal forests to the quiet haven of Parker Inlet. Keep your eyes open for black wallaby, echidna, black cockatoo, rosella and other wildlife along the way. With today’s challenging but rewarding walk complete, we return to our accommodation and enjoy a hearty dinner together.

Trekking Distance: 20.5 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Parker Inlet to Aire River

Today’s trek is all about the coast. We start our trek around Parker Inlet, which gives us the option to walk along the water’s edge following rock shelves and beaches around Point Franklin. The trail then heads inland through manna gums to the Cape Otway Lightstation, Australia’s oldest continuously operating lighthouse. Keep an eye out - you are almost sure to see koalas along this section! The trail winds its way through wind sculpted landscapes of sand dunes, coastal scrubland and magnificent calcified cliffs. At the Aire River Lookout, we enjoy views down to the estuary where the Aire River meets the Southern Ocean. The wetlands look quite spectacular from this vantage point. A nice steady downhill walk from the lookout takes us to a picnic area for lunch.

Trekking Distance: 16.5 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Aire River to Johanna Beach

From Aire River, the track heads inland for a while, climbing up and around the next headland through tea-tree forests, and then continues along the coastal path with sweeping views of the rugged coastline. Located on a spectacular bend of the Great Ocean Road at Glenaire, Castle Cove is a beautiful beach surrounded by towering cliffs which have high archaeological significance, as dinosaur fossils have been found here. From Castle Cove the track winds its way along the cliff tops, through heathlands and forests, occasionally emerging to give breathtaking and extensive views along the coast. The forest here is an interesting mixture of manna gums, spring wildflowers and magnificent expanses of grass trees. Make sure you keep an eye out above for Peregrine Falcons. Eventually you will emerge onto the broad expanse of Johanna Beach, one of the best in Australia with superb views and enormous crashing surf.

Trekking Distance: 14 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Johanna Beach to Moonlight Head

The first part of today’s walk from Johanna Beach to Ryan’s Den is the wildest and most challenging section of the entire track. From Johanna Beach the track rises through rolling hills and farmland as it cuts inland before returning to the coast and one of the walk’s highlights, Milanesia Beach which receives few visitors and is all the more special for it. We then rollercoaster our way up to Ryan’s Den, our picturesque lunch stop for today with breathtaking views all the way back to Cape Otway and west to Cape Volney. After soaking in the scenery – arguably the most picturesque of the whole track—we continue through coastal forests to Moonlight Head. We check into our accommodation in Port Campbell for the last two nights.

Trekking Distance: 19 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Moonlight Head to Princetown

After Moonlight Head the track leads us to The Gables Lookout, perched on one of the highest sea cliffs in mainland Australia. Continuing along the track through a grove of casuarina trees Wreck Beach will come into view, where at low tide you can descend and see the anchors of two of the many shipwrecks that lie submerged along this coast. From Devils Kitchen we follow a new section of track that hugs the wild coastal cliffs towards Princetown where our day’s walking concludes. Tonight we enjoy one last team dinner (at own cost), happy to rest our feet and celebrate a successful adventure so far.

Trekking Distance: 17 km

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 7: Princetown to Twelve Apostles - return to Melbourne

It’s the last day of our adventure, and we’ve saved one of the most iconic sights in Australia for today. We set out today near Princetown, home to a wide variety of birdlife in the surrounding wetlands. We reconnect with the Great Ocean Walk on the home stretch into Port Campbell National Park and the world-famous Twelve Apostles. Soon, the famous landmarks come into view with the last kilometre of the Great Ocean Walk taking us through to the Twelve Apostles Visitor Centre. You’ve done it! With the Apostles welcoming us, we celebrate the end of an incredible adventure. We head back into Port Campbell where we can purchase some lunch and collect our bags. It’s then time to transfer back to Melbourne, arriving at approximately 5:30 pm.

Transfer Time: 3 hours

Trekking Distance: 8.5 km

Meals: Breakfast

Note: As this adventure begins early on Day 1, you will need to arrive in Melbourne the day before the trek starts. Accommodation is NOT included on this night. Please do not book your flight home to depart before 7:30 pm on the last day. 

Frequently asked questions

Can't find the answer to your question? Get in touch via email (info@inspiredadventure.com.au) or phone (1300 905 188). We’re always here to help!

About the adventure

How challenging is this adventure?

Your adventure is ranked a moderate 3/5. While no trekking experience is required prior to registering, our adventures are specifically designed for people who are relatively fit and willing to train. The Great Ocean Walk trek is a physical challenge, and the fitter you are, the more you will enjoy the experience. It is essential that you prepare for this challenge. 

Who will I be travelling with? 

Our average group size at Inspired Adventures ranges from 10 to 20 people. You can be sure that you have all come together with the shared purpose of making a difference to others and having the adventure of a lifetime.

The group will be led by a local tour guide with expert knowledge of the region. Many groups will also be accompanied by an Inspired Adventures team leader or doctor to support and motivate the team. Where applicable, a charity representative may also join the team. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about your chosen charity and their work.

Can I join an Inspired Adventure on my own?

Of course, most people do! Throughout your adventure journey, we will connect you with your fellow adventurers so you can get to know each other before you hit the road.

What is the general age range of participants?

The minimum age for this adventure is 18, however younger ages are considered on application. We have had participants aged 16–84 take part in our challenges, all united by their sense of philanthropy and adventure.

Fitness and training

How do I train for this adventure?

We will provide you with basic information on how to prepare for your adventure when you register. We recommend that you consult your GP and a personal trainer to develop a training plan that will prepare you for the challenge.

It is sensible to start training as early as possible before you go on your trek. As part of your training, we recommend making use of your weekends to complete a full day hike and if possible, an overnight hike. You should aim to walk in hilly terrain for 4-5 hours and get up to do it again the following day comfortably. Conventional exercise routines which build strength, fitness and stamina, such as aerobics and light weight training can be beneficial, particularly if your fitness level is less than ideal.

Accommodation

Will I be sharing accommodation?

Accommodation on this adventure is based on twin-share. You will be paired with a teammate of the same gender and, whenever possible, age group. Single rooms are available at an additional cost and subject to availability.

I’m travelling with a friend, can we stay together?

If you’re travelling with a friend, please make note of this and we will pair you together.

What to expect

What is the food like? 

Breakfast is a continental spread of cereals, stewed fruit, toast, spreads and yoghurt. Lunch can vary from day to day, but includes meat, salad, bread and wraps. There will also be plenty of snacks available during the day. Dinner is a casual two-course meal of main and dessert accompanied by pre-dinner nibbles, all prepared by your guides. The menu is constantly changing but can include a classic steak on the barbecue, chicken korma or salmon fillet. Dessert can include maple baked apples, pears in red wine, fruit salad or pavlova to name just a few.

I have dietary requirements, will I be catered for?

We are able to accommodate guests’ specific dietary requirements and can always prepare a meal to meet individual needs.

Will I have mobile phone reception? 

You may not be able to use your phone at all times - but don't worry, it's all part of the experience! It is possible that during our trek you will have limited access and usually Telstra is best. Otherwise, enjoying switching off and getting back to nature.

Will I have access to electricity?

Yes, you will have access to power points at your accommodation.

What do I need to pack? 

You will be sent a comprehensive packing list after you register for the adventure with everything you need to consider.

What weather can I expect?

Due to it’s coastal breeze, almost all times of year (except for winter) are comfortable temperatures to trek the Great Ocean Walk. During warmer months, you can expect temperatures of around 25-30C. In Spring and Autumn, these temperatures are slightly milder. Keep in mind that coastal breezes can be cool, so ensure you’re well prepared for sudden weather changes. Please check local forecasts in the weeks leading up to your adventure for up-to-date weather information.

What happens if there is a medical emergency?

Providing the safest possible environment is our highest priority and we have an outstanding safety record. All Inspired Adventures guides and Team Leaders are first aid trained. Our guides carry a satellite phone to be used if further assistance is required.

How will you manage the risk of COVID-19?

See the COVID-19 section of our website for full details.

Costs and payments

What’s included in the travel cost?

Package inclusions vary from trip to trip so please refer to the specific trip notes for details. 

Generally, the travel cost includes: 

  • Transfers as per itinerary
  • Accommodation in 3-star lighthouse cottage and hotel, based on twin-share
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Local guide(s)
  • Entrance fees as per itinerary

What’s not included in the travel cost?

Package exclusions vary from trip to trip so please refer to the specific trip notes for details. 

Generally, the travel cost does not include: 

  • Airfares
  • Airport transfers
  • Pre/post-tour accommodation in Melbourne
  • Travel insurance (highly recommended)
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages
  • Tips and gratuities

Are the travel costs subject to change?

We will do our best to keep the travel costs as quoted. However, please bear in mind they can change due to group size or factors out of our control. If absolutely necessary, Inspired Travel may have to add on an additional supplement fee should the current social distancing measures continue. This fee would be required if our operator needs to add on additional vehicles, equipment and/or staff.

Why do I need to pay a registration fee? 

When you register, you will be required to pay a registration fee to secure your spot on the team. From the minute you register until you return from your adventure, the team at Inspired Adventures will provide you with everything you need - including a tailored fundraising plan, fitness advice and support with your travel preparations. You will receive access to your online adventure portal complete with your own online fundraising page and lots of resources to help you along the way. Your registration fee goes towards our cost of managing the adventure and supporting you on your journey.

How much spending money do I need?

We recommend that you allow $45 per day to cover any meals not included in the trip costs, souvenirs and gifts, drinks, and any additional activities you may wish to participate in. It is possible to travel comfortably on a smaller budget, and you can always withdraw cash, when required, while travelling.

Is it customary to tip? 

Tipping is not compulsory, and you are encouraged to tip only an amount you find appropriate.

Travel insurance and visas

Do I need to have travel insurance?

Travel insurance is highly recommended for domestic adventures to cover cancellation, hospital, emergency evacuation and lost luggage. We recommend purchasing your policy as soon as possible. It is up to you to ensure you have fully comprehensive travel insurance and you will need to share these details with our team before departure. For more information, please visit www.inspiredadventures.com.au/travel-insurance-information.

About the adventure

How challenging is this adventure?

Your adventure is ranked a moderate 3/5. While no trekking experience is required prior to registering, our adventures are specifically designed for people who are relatively fit and willing to train. The Great Ocean Walk trek is a physical challenge, and the fitter you are, the more you will enjoy the experience. It is essential that you prepare for this challenge. 

Who will I be travelling with? 

Our average group size at Inspired Adventures ranges from 10 to 20 people. You can be sure that you have all come together with the shared purpose of making a difference to others and having the adventure of a lifetime.

The group will be led by a local tour guide with expert knowledge of the region. Many groups will also be accompanied by an Inspired Adventures team leader or doctor to support and motivate the team. Where applicable, a charity representative may also join the team. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about your chosen charity and their work.

Can I join an Inspired Adventure on my own?

Of course, most people do! Throughout your adventure journey, we will connect you with your fellow adventurers so you can get to know each other before you hit the road.

What is the general age range of participants?

The minimum age for this adventure is 18, however younger ages are considered on application. We have had participants aged 16–84 take part in our challenges, all united by their sense of philanthropy and adventure.

Fitness and training

How do I train for this adventure?

We will provide you with basic information on how to prepare for your adventure when you register. We recommend that you consult your GP and a personal trainer to develop a training plan that will prepare you for the challenge.

It is sensible to start training as early as possible before you go on your trek. As part of your training, we recommend making use of your weekends to complete a full day hike and if possible, an overnight hike. You should aim to walk in hilly terrain for 4-5 hours and get up to do it again the following day comfortably. Conventional exercise routines which build strength, fitness and stamina, such as aerobics and light weight training can be beneficial, particularly if your fitness level is less than ideal.

Accommodation

Will I be sharing accommodation?

Accommodation on this adventure is based on twin-share. You will be paired with a teammate of the same gender and, whenever possible, age group. Single rooms are available at an additional cost and subject to availability.

I’m travelling with a friend, can we stay together?

If you’re travelling with a friend, please make note of this and we will pair you together.

 

What to expect

What is the food like? 

Breakfast is a continental spread of cereals, stewed fruit, toast, spreads and yoghurt. Lunch can vary from day to day, but includes meat, salad, bread and wraps. There will also be plenty of snacks available during the day. Dinner is a casual two-course meal of main and dessert accompanied by pre-dinner nibbles, all prepared by your guides. The menu is constantly changing but can include a classic steak on the barbecue, chicken korma or salmon fillet. Dessert can include maple baked apples, pears in red wine, fruit salad or pavlova to name just a few.

I have dietary requirements, will I be catered for?

We are able to accommodate guests’ specific dietary requirements and can always prepare a meal to meet individual needs.

Will I have mobile phone reception? 

You may not be able to use your phone at all times - but don't worry, it's all part of the experience! It is possible that during our trek you will have limited access and usually Telstra is best. Otherwise, enjoying switching off and getting back to nature.

Will I have access to electricity?

Yes, you will have access to power points at your accommodation.

What do I need to pack? 

You will be sent a comprehensive packing list after you register for the adventure with everything you need to consider.

What weather can I expect?

Due to it’s coastal breeze, almost all times of year (except for winter) are comfortable temperatures to trek the Great Ocean Walk. During warmer months, you can expect temperatures of around 25-30C. In Spring and Autumn, these temperatures are slightly milder. Keep in mind that coastal breezes can be cool, so ensure you’re well prepared for sudden weather changes. Please check local forecasts in the weeks leading up to your adventure for up-to-date weather information.

What happens if there is a medical emergency?

Providing the safest possible environment is our highest priority and we have an outstanding safety record. All Inspired Adventures guides and Team Leaders are first aid trained. Our guides carry a satellite phone to be used if further assistance is required.

How will you manage the risk of COVID-19?

See the COVID-19 section of our website for full details.

Costs and payments

What’s included in the travel cost?

Package inclusions vary from trip to trip so please refer to the specific trip notes for details. 

Generally, the travel cost includes: 

  • Transfers as per itinerary
  • Accommodation in 3-star lighthouse cottage and hotel, based on twin-share
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Local guide(s)
  • Entrance fees as per itinerary

What’s not included in the travel cost?

Package exclusions vary from trip to trip so please refer to the specific trip notes for details. 

Generally, the travel cost does not include: 

  • Airfares
  • Airport transfers
  • Pre/post-tour accommodation in Melbourne
  • Travel insurance (highly recommended)
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages
  • Tips and gratuities

Are the travel costs subject to change?

We will do our best to keep the travel costs as quoted. However, please bear in mind they can change due to group size or factors out of our control. If absolutely necessary, Inspired Travel may have to add on an additional supplement fee should the current social distancing measures continue. This fee would be required if our operator needs to add on additional vehicles, equipment and/or staff.

Why do I need to pay a registration fee? 

When you register, you will be required to pay a registration fee to secure your spot on the team. From the minute you register until you return from your adventure, the team at Inspired Adventures will provide you with everything you need - including a tailored fundraising plan, fitness advice and support with your travel preparations. You will receive access to your online adventure portal complete with your own online fundraising page and lots of resources to help you along the way. Your registration fee goes towards our cost of managing the adventure and supporting you on your journey.

How much spending money do I need?

We recommend that you allow $45 per day to cover any meals not included in the trip costs, souvenirs and gifts, drinks, and any additional activities you may wish to participate in. It is possible to travel comfortably on a smaller budget, and you can always withdraw cash, when required, while travelling.

Is it customary to tip? 

Tipping is not compulsory, and you are encouraged to tip only an amount you find appropriate.

Travel insurance and visas

Do I need to have travel insurance?

Travel insurance is highly recommended for domestic adventures to cover cancellation, hospital, emergency evacuation and lost luggage. We recommend purchasing your policy as soon as possible. It is up to you to ensure you have fully comprehensive travel insurance and you will need to share these details with our team before departure. For more information, please visit www.inspiredadventures.com.au/travel-insurance-information.

All information is subject to change and will be confirmed upon your registration.

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Responsible Travel

Caring for our adventurers, the communities we visit and the wellbeing of the planet is the heart of everything we do. This adventure is no exception.
Meaningful connections: Hear from Aranda Elders who will tell us about the history of the area.
Environment: We offset the emissions from this trip through carbon credit programs in partnership with Carbon Neutral. 
Treading lightly: Trekking is a great, low-impact way to explore.
Small group travel: Our teams consist of a maximum of 25 people. Better for you, and better for the planet.
Responsible business: We’re a certified B-Corp, committed to using business as a force for good

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Safe travel and flexible bookings

Keeping you safe: We’ve developed a stringent COVID-10 Pandemic Safety Management Plan in cooperation with government guidelines, tourism boards and the advice of medical experts to minimise the risks associated with travel as best as possible.

Flexible bookings: If COVID-19 travel bans mean your Inspired Adventure cannot go ahead as scheduled, we will endeavour to reschedule the departure to a later date or you will receive a travel credit.

To learn more about our COVID-19 policy, you can see a full list of FAQs here

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