A new holiday attraction has been made available to females wanting to use their two feet in Australia this year.

A new holiday attraction has been made available to females wanting to use their two feet in Australia this year.

A walking trip has been launched lasting four days called the Great Ocean Walk, which will see hiking specialists take exclusively female groups along this costal stretch.

“One of the world’s best coastal walks, bothfeet takes this icon trail and makes it sublime,” says the organisation.

As well as walking, women on holiday will be treated to a half-hour massage, yoga sessions, “spa-inspired cuisine” and be wined and dined in the evening.

Each walk has a life coach who while stimulating the women mentally while they walk, she will help those seeking self-reflection from the experience.

The walk will begin at Apollo Bay, ascend the Cape Otway Lightstation and make its way to the edge of Ryan’s Den.

“Breathe fresh air [and] marvel at the power of the waves crashing on the cliffs,” bothfeet urges women walkers.

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