Thinking about hiking the Great Ocean Walk?
Looking for a weekend bushwalking trip close to Melbourne?
Want to experience (what we think) is the best section of the Great Ocean Walk – from Johanna Beach to Princetown?
Just want to check out some spectacular coastal scenery and enjoy the magnificant views?
In this post we share a wonderful trip report about the Great Ocean Walk by Alex Hallatt. Alex and two companions did the western section of the walk a few weeks ago and we recently discovered her terrific write up AND pictures of their fun long weekend.
You know, when people have talent, it is often across a whole lot of interrelated skills and Alex appears to have a great deal of talent. Her bio tells part of the story:
I’m Alex Hallatt, the creator of Arctic Circle, a comic strip about 3 penguins (who have emigrated to the Arctic), with an underlying green theme. In my own life, I try to make eco-conscious choices. However, I like the 21st century, so I am happy to see technology (yay, cheaper solar power!), communities (hooray for farmers’ markets!) and political action (emission reduction targets, please!) help to make it easier to be kind to the planet.
In addition to being pretty handy with a pen and computer creating delightful cartoon strips (with an important message), she also writes beautifully and take great photographs. Mmm, well rounded comes to mind.
So, if you feel like escaping to the Great Ocean Walk for a few minutes, check you can read about her Great Ocean Walk trip here. Please take to time to investigate the rest of her site, Arctic Circle Cartoons, it is great fun.
Many thanks to Alex for permission to use her terrific images. There are heaps more in her trip report, check em out.