Access the emerald depths at a selection of rainforest and waterfall trails and lookouts
within the Great Otway National Park
Below are some of the 'must see' rainforest stop-offs
Adventurous walkers will be treated to a stunning base view of this long drop waterfall. A just reward for the 1 hour 15 minute return walk.
The Redwoods are one of the most magical parts of the Otways. Planted more than 85 years ago, the location by a cascading river is a beautiful rest stop or destination.
An easy 30 minute loop on Cape Otway - this majestic rainforest walk accessed from the Great Ocean Road is very popular with visitors - and well worth a stop
If you go into the woods tonight... If you are looking for glow worms your best bet is at Melba Gully near Lavers Hill. It's also spectacular in daylight!
Triplet and Little Aire Falls
A magnificent installation of boardwalks through rainforest and two cascading waterfalls. Great for all walking abilities.
The Otway Fly
Soar above the treetops by zipline or keep your feet a little more stable on the elevated treetop walk at the Otway Fly
Cape Otway Lightstation
Cape Otway Lightstation is Australia's most important lighthouse. The light established in 1848 is perched on towering sea cliffs 90 metres above where Bass Straight and Southern Ocean collide.
Let's go chasing waterfalls - the Great Ocean Road region and the Great Otway National Park are brimming with big nature - discover them all!