Afternoon Stroll Along Millionaire’s Walk In Sorrento, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Today we bring you to Millionaire’s Walk in Sorrento, Australia. We went there in the afternoon, around 5.30pm. This stunning cliff top walk has historic significance as it was the first time the Union Jack was used to claim possession of Australia. An undulating track on well-maintained, mostly natural surfaces, Millionaires Walk is a fairly easy stroll, suitable for all-ages and popular with local seniors’ walking groups.

Millionaires Walk makes up a small part of the Sorrento Portsea Artists’ Trail, with four of the fourteen sites that comprise the trail located along Millionaires Walk. Paintings by Sir Arthur Streeton, Arthur Boyd and Ray Hodgkinson are displayed along the walk.

As we followed the path further, we found a few gates to go through. It feels like you are walking through the back yards of neighbours houses.

Here are photos we took.

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