Australia’s Best Coastal Walks

Yuraygir Costal Walk, NSW
The Yuraygir Coastal Walk, or Solitary Bay Walk, winds along the most pristine coast in northern New South Wales. Guided walks are available or you can undertake the four-day walk along 65km of easy to moderate terrain independently. You will cross beautiful beaches and freshwater creeks and lakes. The trail has been measured out so that each day ends at a town (with a beach) so you can recharge and refresh with a swim and sleep in a comfortable bed if you choose, otherwise campsites are also dotted along the route.

The Great Ocean Walk, VIC
The iconic 104km Great Ocean Walk hugs Victoria’s pristine coast between Apollo Bay and the Twelve Apostles. There are numerous ways to tackle the walk, from a one-day walk to an eight-day experience along the entire trail in which no two days are the same. Weave your way through tall forests, coastal heathlands, beside wild rocky shores and along windswept cliff-tops presenting amazing views.Campsites are available, but many tour operators will include a lodge or luxury tented accommodation.

Cape to Cape, WA
This beautiful 135km walk along stunning coastline from Cape Naturaliste in the north to Cape Leeuwin in the south passes through the Margaret River wine region: you can walk, taste wines and dine in style. Theregion offers unique flora and fauna, awesome coastal and inland views and incredible beaches and there are plenty of campsites, alternatively Margaret River offers a variety of accommodation options.

Bay of Fires, TAS
The Bay of Fires walk is a private tour that starts at Boulder Point in the Mount William National Park, on the north-east coast of Tasmania. Of the three nights, the first is spent in a semi-permanent camp at Forester Beach, while the other two are at the stunning Bay of Fires Lodge. The coastal walk is only 23km long, but traversesimmaculate white sandy beaches, rocky outcrops and coastal scrubland. There are two days of walking and one day of leisure, when most participants go for a morning kayak before returning to Launceston.

Freycinet, TAS
Freycinet National Park is home to the pink granite peaks of the Hazards Range and the iconic Wineglass Bay.There are many short walks across the park that are suitable for all abilities and that lead to secluded bays, clean beaches and bird-filled lagoons.For a longer trek, take on the whole length of the Freycinet Peninsula on a minimum two-day walk, taking in more remote places like Cooks Beach and Bryans Beach. Guided or independent walking options are available. Accommodation in and around Freycinet National Park ranges from basic camping to luxury eco-retreats.


Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail, SA
Kangaroo Island is widely considered South Australia’s premier nature-based tourism destination. Located only 15kms from the South Australian mainland, the island is the third largest of Australia’s islands at 4,500 square kms. The Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail offers a unique walking experience, among one of the most rugged, remote and spectacular coastlines in the world.


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