|There wasn't a lot of skill involved in taking a good photo this morning.|
|Heading down the Great Ocean Road to Urquhart Bluff, I was planning on walking the cliff line in the distance.|
|Today's early start didn't hurt my photos.|
|Navigation today wasn't really an issue.|
|This rocky turret marks the spot I headed inland beside the inlet.|
|The Surf Coast Track on the way back gave me a different perspective to the wild coastline.|
|Eagles Nest Reef|
|There is a steep little pinch climbing away from Sunnymead Beach.|
I walked 11.1 kilometres and climbed 90 metres on this medium grade walk, those figures are from the notes that I used for today from the Geelong Bushwalking Club’s Walking The Otways (published by the House of Chapman). It’s vitally important to time the beach section of this stroll for the lowest of low tides, even timing it perfectly I had a bit of a scramble around Split Point in order to keep my boots dry. The beaches along the coast would be beautiful spots for aswim on a hot day but you are a long way away from help if you get into trouble, so keep that in mind if heading in. There is a nice café near the lighthouse if like me you need a caffeine hit. Navigation wise everything is pretty straightforward on this walk.
Ironbark Gorge & Currawong Falls, Great Otway National Park, 2017.
Angelsea Perimeter Walk~West, 2016.
Lorne Forest Walk, Great Otway National Park, 2017.
|One last view through the Casuarinas.|