Point Addis and Bells Beach Loop Trail

MODERATE 11 reviews

Point Addis and Bells Beach Loop Trail is a 11.3 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Anglesea, Victoria, Australia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.

DISTANCE
11.3 km
ELEVATION GAIN
251 m
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

birding

hiking

nature trips

walking

beach

cave

forest

views

wild flowers

wildlife

In Great Otway National Park. Bring all of your water along as there is no potable water available on the trail. Plan your hike so that you will not be walking on the beach at high tide.

1 month ago

Great track, stunning views. I would say that the track is rather easy than moderate. It took 2 hours to complete, but we did lots of stops to take photos. Definitely recommend

hiking
1 month ago

We had a gorgeous 30 degree day for this walk. We went inland first due to the tide times so that we had no tide issues doing the beach walk to finish. Deviated accidentally from the set track listed but there were no dramas with that. An absolutely gorgeous walk that has you walking through native bushland with the amazing coastline as the back drop. So many picture opportunities! The final leg of the journey with the walk along the beach has you venturing alongside gorgeous rock formations. Point to note that there is a nudist beach along the beach walk back... a little surprise for us!

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful views and good mix of beach / bush walking. But make sure it’s low tide. Really great

hiking
4 months ago

Lots of variety packed into 11km, a long walk on the beach, rock scrambles, lots of climbs up and down rolling sandhills with scrubby gums, wattle, grass trees and in spring lots of tiny paper daisies. Many opportunities to glimpse the ocean once you turn inland. Well marked. Bonus for indigenous waymakers and interpretation.

7 months ago

9 months ago

very picturesque views

hiking
1 month ago

9 months ago

Saturday, November 19, 2016