Lorne walks cover a great variety of distances and environments. There are more than 70 bush and coastal walks in the Surf Coast region. Some are only short but, in 10 minutes or so, they can take you to a spectacular coastal lookout, waterfall or forest.

There are also walks of several hours along windswept beaches, through heathland and forest.

Many of the walks in this area feature waterfalls and lookouts over the rugged coastline. There are waterfalls of all shapes and sizes, and dramatic cliffs and peaceful pools along the river valleys, as well as fascinating
geological features like the Canyon. There are short nature trails, walks to ocean lookouts and along old timber tramways, and long, strenuous walks through rocky gullies filled with tree
ferns.

Walks around Lorne
There are 23 walks around Lorne featured in this map. With over 60km of marked tracks, all the walks can be joined together to make
longer walks:
1 to 9 are walks that can be done from Lorne Visitor Centre and do not require transport.
10 to 23 are waterfalls and longer walks that can be joined together to create longer walks that may require transport.

You can download the Lorne Walks and Waterfalls Brochure here or collect a copy from the Lorne or Torquay Visitor Information Centres

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