Great Ocean Road Trek 2020

The adventure of a lifetime

Trekking along the Great Ocean Walk is a life changing experience you will never forget.

Lace up your hiking boots and join us for this seven day, 100km trek along the coastline of the Great Ocean Road. This is one of the most iconic long-distance walks in Australia. Set yourself a challenge for fun, fitness and fundraising.

Along the way you’ll get to explore diverse and phenomenal landscapes as you trek through lush rain forests, deserted beaches, and majestic cliff faces. Being struck by abundant local wildlife alongside awe inspiring views, you will be in for an adventure of a lifetime.

Best of all, by taking on the challenge, you will be helping people with diabetes live a healthier, happier life every step of the way – what could be more fulfilling?

“Reaching that finish line, I couldn’t wipe the smile off my face. All that hard training was worth it for the scenery and the accomplishment.”Jenny, 2019 participant.

Don’t miss out on the inspiring, challenging and memorable five-day adventure.

“The highlight for me was the feeling of pure elation finally reaching the Twelve Apostles.”  Gail, 2018 Great Ocean Road trekker.

Expressions of interest for 2020 are now open. Places fill quickly, secure your spot today with a deposit!

We have taken COVID-19 into consideration in our planning this year. The health and safety of trekkers is our top priority. If the 2020 trek is cancelled, participants will be eligible for a refund of 100% of their registration fee.

To find out more download the information pack and registration form today, email our fundraising team at or call 1300 342 238.

To train for the 100km trek, you can join a local bushwalking club and experience the joy of walking with other friendly bushwalkers – it’s a fun, safe and easy day out. Your first few walks are on the house! Find a Bushwalking NSW club near you.


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Join us for the adventure and fundraising experience of a lifetime!

Join our community of over 45,000 people living with diabetes