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Hello there!

I would like to hike for 3 days (2 nights) along the Great Ocean walk, camping in the designated camping areas along the way.

1) Can anyone recommend the most scenic part of the trail for this length of time?
- I found a couple of options here http://www.visitvictoria.com/displayobject.cfm/objectid.DB5D3AE2-8A1D-4318-95A20DFEFAEDF85D/ but am after personal recommendations.
2) Has anyone used one of those drop-off/pick-up services to certain parts of the track? costly? easy to use?
3) Any other tips or recommendations?

thanks in advance!

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    I can't answer some of your questions but the area around the 12 Apostles is a must....Port Campbell nearby is a lovely little town with a camping ground and motels.There are quite a few places to walk down to the coves and beaches with a lot of history....near the 12 Apostles. The Otway Lighthouse is another lovely area. www.fascinating-travel-destinations.com/the-great-ocean-road.html Port Fairy is also a very beautiful town if you get that far. about 10 years ago

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    We did the drive rather than the walk, but I loved The Otway Lighthouse and we saw koala in the trees. Its rural as opposed to Apollo Bay which is quite touristy. about 10 years ago

    Answered by Sam Richards via Site_iconTravellr.com

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