Point Addis - Anglesea Great Otway National Park

3.9/5 rating (8 votes)
  • Walk Length: 9 km
  • Walk duration: 3 hours
  • Walk Grade: Easy
  • Walk Style: One Way
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Point Addis - Anglesea

Walk Summary

Walk Category:  Short

Getting There:  Car

Nearest Town:  Anglesea

Walk Area:  Central Victoria

Distance from Melbourne GPO:  110 km

Mobile Phone Coverage:  Yes

Walk Details Collected:  October 2010

Walk Details Provided By:  Waverley Bushwalking Club

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Getting There

As this is a one-way walk it is necessary to leave a car in the park down by the Anglesea River near the completion of the walk to enable you to get back to collect the cars left at the start (Melways 196 F6).

To get to the start of the walk from Anglesea travel on the Great Ocean Rd towards Geelong for 7km and turn right into Point Addis Rd and travel along to the end of the road to the car park (Melways 611 D10). 

Further Information

Map:  Vicmap 1:50000 Torquay 7721-S, First edition 2008

Parks VictoriaGreat Otway National Park

Parks Victoria:  Point Addis Marine National Park

Mobile phone coverage information 

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