Mountain to Mouth – more than the sum of all parts

Canoe has travelled the 80km extreme arts walk from Big Rock in the You Yangs to the foreshore of Barwon Heads.

Planting along the songline occurred at Limeburners Lagoon led by District Coordinator Matt Crawley.

A huge number of you (48 in fact!) walked the entire 80kms; many with blisters (some open, some more extreme), tight muscles but a huge sense of achievement when Barwon Heads rotunda on the Barwon Heads foreshore came into view.

Top 5 Reasons to Walk Mountain to Mouth

The reasons:

  1. You’ll get your 10,000K steps up
  2. You’ll discover Geelong from a different perspective
  3. You’ll see artwork, created specifically for the local areas, that will disappear within 48 hours
  4. You’ll celebrate your area with people from your neighbourhood
  5. You’ll want to bring your friends and relatives to experience the diverse and amazing landscape of Geelong and the Bellarine

Top 5 things you’ll see at Mountain to Mouth Friday 4 May to Saturday 5 May 2018

Mountain to Mouth: Plan to stay a few days or Get your Friends and Relatives West-Side

Fact: There are almost as many locations and accommodation types in Geelong and the Bellarine as there are Walking Circle Songline stations. 

Fact: Geelong and the Bellarine is the leading destination when it comes to weekend escapes. 

Need another fact?: Geelong is the first (and only) UNESCO City of Design in Australia.