Melville Caves Walking Track – 1 hour loop, 1km Start on the opposite side of the Melville Caves Picnic Area and climb between boulders, passing Seal Rock. The track continues to the summit (steep grades in places) and Melville Caves Lookout. Return to the picnic area via the steep walking…
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Melville Caves Walking Track – 1 hour loop, 1km
Start on the opposite side of the Melville Caves Picnic Area and climb between boulders, passing Seal Rock. The track continues to the summit (steep grades in places) and Melville Caves Lookout. Return to the picnic area via the steep walking track that leads off from the summit or via the road past the Melville Caves car park.
Eastern walking track – 2½ hour loop, 4.5km
The Eastern Walking Track is a loop track leading off Back Road and is currently isolated from the main visitor nodes. About 700m along the track there is a rock lookout with a good view of the valley. Continue past a long rock down to the fenced bush paddock. The track crosses a creek then heads down through more rock formations before climbing out of the valley and returning to the car park.
Melville Caves Lookout – 15mins, 300m
This is a short walk commencing from the Melville Caves carpark. A directional disc on top of the boulders at the Lookout points out surrounding features and landmarks.
Southern Lookout Walking Track – 1½ hours, 1.8km
Start from the Melville Caves Picnic Area and follow the track to the Southern Lookout. Enjoy some of the best views from the park. Return to the picnic area via the same track.
Long Rock Walking Track – 2-3 hours, 5.3km
Start from either the picnic area or the campground. From the picnic area head to the Southern Lookout, then backtrack 200m to rejoin the track heading north. Walk in a clockwise direction to McLeod’s Lookout with magnificent views. The track continues south through remarkable rock formations and rock pools. From the campground, follow the walking track to McLeod’s Lookout and continue south to the Rock Pool and the picnic area. Return to the campground via the Southern Lookout walking track (turning north at the sign).
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11 Feb 2014
A role-play re-enactment of the horrific Loch Ard shipwreck was just one of the Shipwreck Tales activities for the Summer by the Sea program run for holiday makers along the Victorian coastline. At Loch Ard Gorge in Port Campbell, one of the two survivors from the 1878 shipwreck, Miss Eva…