Wreck Beach – Great Ocean Walk

Descending down the steps onto Wreck Beach.

Wreck Beach at Low Tide – A Great Ocean Walk Highlight

I will add more info soon, however for those wondering what the walking along Wreck Beach entails please enjoy the photos below –

Family walking along Wreck Beach as part of a 4 day Great Ocean Walk trip.
Enjoying the incredible coastal views along Wreck Beach at low ride.
Marie Gabrielle anchor at low tide on Wreck Beach - A highlight of the Great Ocean Walk experience.
The anchor of the "Fiji" was cemented to the reef near the wreck site in the 1960s and is visible in low tide. f
Walking over rock scramble section on Wreck Beach at low tide.
Walking along Wreck Beach at low tide.
Leaving the beach and walking up near Devil's Kitchen Campground on the way to Princetown Recreational Reserve.
Yellow-tailed black cockatoos on the Great Ocean Walk.
Climbing up from Wreck Beach on the Great Ocean Walk. Next stop Gellibrand River.
The incredible ocean views from the hike in Devil's Kitchen Campground.

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