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We walked part of the trail each day of our stay. The views were amazing and varied, the most enjoyable part of our stay. The guide book we were recommended proved to be outdated and confusing, more than once.
Decided to do a couple of hours walk with a friend who volunteers his time to the walk. It was amazing, we saw the seals at play, the sea mist, kangaroos, cattle, and all for free. Once at the top the view was well worth...More
A group of 5 of us walked an 85 km section of the GSWW. Using friends to move our car we started at Wrights Swamp Road near Cobboboonee camp and finished at Simpsons Landing where our car had been relocated.
Campsites are well equipped with...More
Members of our bushwalking club walked the inland section of the Great South West Walk from Nelson to Portland. We found the whole track well maintained and sign-posted, but using a good quality map is recommended. We started the walk after heavy rain and strong...More
Walks along the Glenelg River provide something different around every bend, Cape Bridgewater to Cape Nelson and into Portland magnificent views of cliffs and ocean. Walks can be long or 1/2 day, easy to access, good picnic/bbq facilities. You need 2 cars to alleviate retracing...More
Walked both ways from Cape Nelson and also at Cape Bridgewater Lakes. Great views and good for birdwatching. Saw wallabies and a fox. Portland stretch has good walking surface after lighthouse towards Bridgewater you really need boots due to rough rocky surface.
I have walked small sections of the walk and enjoyed them very much, my favourite being the walk from Bridgewater Bay to the Blowholes, passing the Seal Lookout along the way. This section takes around 21/2 to 3 hours for a slow walker and photographers,...More