Port Campbell Discovery Walk

Port Campbell Discovery Walk

The walk traverses cliff top and dense low coastal heath. It offers wildlife viewing opportunities and unobstructed viewing east, to Sentinel Rock and the 12 Apostles.  Look out for wildlife around dusk and dawn!

The Discovery Walk traverses cliff top and dense low coastal heath and offers wildlife viewing opportunities and unobstructed viewing east to Sentinel Rock and the 12 Apostles.  Look out for wildlife around dusk and dawn!

Length: 4km return
Time: 1.5 hrs

Access Information

  • Access via the new Port Campbell Suspension Bridge via a 2m wide sealed path which is suitable for prams and wheelchairs
  • The bridge spans Campbell’s Creek to a viewing platform and a 191 step staircase that flanks the western headland of Port Campbell, connecting to the Port Campbell Discovery Walk. Alternatively, you can access the Discovery Walk from the Port Campbell lookout area 2km west of Port Campbell
  • Steps and gradients make the Discovery Walk unsuitable for prams and wheelchairs
  • Access via steps near the mouth of Campbells’ Creek is currently closed

Download a copy of the Port Campbell National Park map

Check out our video: Relive ‘Port Campbell Discovery (extended)’

Accommodation Nearby

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Things To Do Nearby

Places To Eat & Drink

12 Rocks Beach Bar Cafe

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Grassroots Deli Cafe

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Barrels Bar

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Port Campbell Hotel

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