Princetown Boardwalk

Princetown Boardwalk

The Princetown Boardwalk restores a historic link from the township to the recreation reserve and river mouth. It also connects the town to a lovely picnic area and fishing platform near a bridge over the Gellibrand River.

Princetown’s new viewing platform provides a great perch to view birdlife and kangaroos on the estuarine river flats below the township.

  • Length: 600m including connective trail
  • Time: 25 minutes
  • Where: Commence from viewing platform on Post Office Road Princetown, 18km east of Port Campbell

Access Information

  • The Boardwalk is partially accessible for prams and wheelchairs from the car park on Old Coach Road West (near the Gellibrand River Bridge)
  • Watch the uneven connection from the roadside verge to the boardwalk

Download a copy of the Port Campbell National Park map

Accommodation Nearby

Princetown Recreation Reserve


Pebble Point




12 Apostles Cottages


Things To Do Nearby

Places To Eat & Drink

Kangaroobie Meats


Berry Good Thai


Camperdown bakery


Loaf and Lounge


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