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Walks in Torquay

Start your journey on the Great Ocean Road Walk in sunny Torquay

Surf Coast Walk

Let’s start at the very beginning. 

Torquay is the official start of the Great Ocean Road and home of Australian surfing. It is the largest town along the Surf Coast Walk with many cafes and restaurants close to the coast providing an ideal meeting point for your walking adventure. 

The Surf Coast Walk starts at Point Impossible, five kilometres northeast of Torquay, taking you through windswept dunes to the Torquay promenade with the conveniences of local cafes and shops for a refresh.  The path then heads out to Bells Beach before moving on to Anglesea.  In total, the Surf Coast Walk has 44km of well maintained trail, with many entry and exit points providing bite sized options. 

The Torquay section of the Surf Coast Walk is easily broken into three sections. 

Point Impossible to Yellow Bluff – 5.7km 

Yellow Bluff to Torquay Promenade – 1.6km 

Point Danger to Bird Rock -3.3km 

Bird Rock to Bells Beach – 3.2km 

For more information on the walks, visit Surf Coast Walk 

Accommodation Nearby

Things To Do Nearby

Places To Eat & Drink

Peachs Torquay

Torquay

Cafe La Hoot

Winchelsea

My Beach Kitchen

Jan Juc

Winchelsea Hotel

Winchelsea

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