Koala Walk

Spot koalas in their natural environment
Kennett River Koala Walk

Kennett River Koala Walk

Kennett River Koala Walk

The Kennett River Koala Walk is formally known as Grey River Road and is a popular attraction located on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. It is a self-guided walk that takes visitors through a eucalyptus forest, where they can observe wild koalas in their natural habitat.

The walk begins at the Kennett River Caravan Park, where visitors can pick up a map and information about the best places to spot koalas along the way. The walk is easy and suitable for visitors of all ages, and takes approximately 20-30 minutes to complete.

Along the way, visitors can observe the koalas as they sleep, eat, and move about in the trees. The forest is also home to a range of other wildlife, including colorful parrots and other bird species.

Kennett River is located half way between Lorne and Apollo Bay along the Great Ocean Road, the Kennet River Koala Walk is located 170km southwest of Melbourne. The drive time is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes from the capital of Victoria but most travellers take their time stopping at many Great Road attractions along the way.

Many of the Great Ocean Road day tours stop at Kennett River to spot Koalas and othe wildlife