Bellarine Peninsula self-guided bush walks – what to expectPosted on December 15, 2016 in News
If you’ve booked yourself in for one of Footprint Walks Bellarine Peninsula self-guided bush walks – prepare yourself for a week of truly amazing experiences, unlike anything you’ve seen before! Our dedicated team has taken the time to walk through each part of the tour, ensuring an unforgettable, action-packed walk.
Our Bellarine Peninsula self-guided bush walks feature a seven-day itinerary, with five days of walking. The average distance covered per day is approximately 15 kilometres, but we try to balance the load so that longer days are followed by lighter days – and you can enjoy every aspect of your self-guided bush walk.
Accommodation and breakfast are built-in to our bush walk packages, ensuring you get a good night’s sleep and start each morning off with a hearty meal to keep your strength up for the day. Footprint Walks also takes care of your luggage, transferring it to your accommodation each day.
This bush walk is designed to showcase the best of the Bellarine Peninsula – from the beautiful seaside towns to world-class wineries, restaurants and famous local landmarks and attractions. You’ll also get the chance to get up close and personal with the local wildlife.
Bordered by the Bass Strait and Port Phillip Bay, the Bellarine Peninsula self-guided bush walk is designed to offer jaw-dropping scenery, along with unmissable local activities.
The basic itinerary is:
Day one and two: Barwon Heads.
Day three: Barwon Heads – Ocean Grove – Point Lonsdale – Queenscliff.
Day four: Queenscliff.
Day five: Queenscliff – St Leonards – Indented Heads – Portarlington.
Day six: Portarlington.
Day seven: free day.
Each walker receives a detailed welcome pack, including tour map and notes outlining your full itinerary.