If you have a yearning to explore the multiplicity of landscapes on the Victorian coast, then take the Surf Coast Walk. This hike can be taken in full or in stages and involves a few different starting points. The longest traveled route is from Jan Juc to Moggs Creek, a 30 kilometer (19 mile) day hike that also includes camping accommodations. This particular hike takes you by Bells Beach, an internationally renowned surfer's beach; the old mines and gorgeous ocean vistas of Ironbark Basin; the sprawling cliffs of the Aireys Inlet, home to the famous Split Point Lighthouse; and then your destination, the hilltop picnic area of Moggs Creek. Just over an hour's drive southwest on the M1 from Melbourne, we suggest you consult the included website for further hiking options, so that you're better able to better plan to meet both your needs of time and interest.