Discover Point Addis Coastal Cliffs

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About Point Addis Cliffs
The Point Addis Cliffs are revealed in the final section of the Koorie cultural walk. A 2km trail takes you through our bush land to see beautiful wildlife, our flora and fauna and spectacular costal views. It’s a perfect stop over on your adventure through the Great Ocean Road as it doesn’t take long to do and gives you views you won’t see until you hit Port Campbell. The sandstone cliffs turn a stunning gold as the sun appears from the horizon for day-break. Point Addis is a clothing optional beach, so be free, enjoy the views and on your way down have a surf or just a dip.
  • Hiking/Walking
  • Views
  • Photography
My Point Addis Adventure: @kirkjrichards
“I joined a few of my photography mates on a last minute sunrise session to the Point Addis cliffs on a Saturday morning. We all wanted to see some epic views. I had been to this spot during the day once before but never for sunrise. It was a 4:30am wake up for us as we had to catch the sunrise by 6:50am. We all met at the first carpark and started our walk through the darkness on the Koorie path. Once we got to the top we found a sweet spot that gives an extension to the cliff line so we could get them sweet panoramic views. It was a clear morning and to watch the sun rise directly in front of us was truly magical. We used the time to photograph each other, have a laugh and enjoy watching the surfers and rowers start their day.”
Getting to Point Addis
  1. Travel towards the Point Addis Car Park.
  2. The car park is 2.5km down Point Addis Road on the right-hand side, opposite the stairs down to the beach.
  3. Follow signs to the Koorie Cultural Walk.
  4. Continue up the hill on the Koorie Cultural Walk for 900 metres.
  5. The cliff top is 100m past the lookout point on the right.
Best Conditions
Sunrise. Clear or partly cloudy skies with an off-shore breeze. All year round.
Skill Level
Beginner. Easy walk out to cliff-top.


I’m a self taught photographer that loves to explore anywhere outside of the city and suburbia. I love to road trip and shoot landscapes; waterfalls, mountain scenes, surfy coastlines and foggy forests are my favourite.

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