The Great Ocean Walk is a walking trail located on Victoria's south-west coast in Australia, traversing several areas of historical and cultural significance. The track makes extensive usage of eco-friendly facilities; with Parks Victoria and tour guide operators attempting to raise environmental awareness. The trail meanders along high cliff tops and sandy beaches. You will likely find wombats, kangaroos and koalas, along the track, whilst listening to the sound of eager kookaburras welcoming you into the bush and beach landscapes. The walk is incredibly beautiful, and will enable you to see a variety of sights, including the well known Bells Beach, where shark attack survivor, Mick Fanning has once surfed.