Great Otway National Park Overview
Featuring an Aboriginal cultural landscape, the Great Otway National Park starts from Torquay and extends along the Great Ocean Road. Passing through the Otways hinterland, the park stretches towards Colac. The national park flaunts tall forested mountains, picturesque waterfalls, sandy beaches, rock outcrops, colourful wildflowers, serene lakes, and stunning windswept coastlines.

One of the best places to go in Victoria for adventure enthusiasts, the national park offers umpteen varieties of adrenaline-fueled activities, including mountain biking, hiking, and horse riding. The park also offers excellent picnicking and night camping opportunities. 

Highlight of the place:
Distillery Creek, Moggs Creek, Blanket Bay, Blanket Leaf, Melba Gully, Triplet Falls, Shelly Beach
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