Situated on the great ocean road
Walking Distance from BIG4 Wye River:
Take a 20min walk to Separation Creek where once the tramline ran.
Our area is reknown for birds such as the Gang Gang, King Parrots, Rosella’s, Yellow tailed Black Cockatoo and hundreds more.
For the more adventurous; take a ride from the back of the BIG4 Wye River Holiday Park along the river into the dense rainforest.
Whether a proffesional fisherman or a ambitious junior, we have the facilities to drop a line and hopefully catch dinner! The river is a great spot to sit by all year round and people have been known to catch a fish or 2.
Alternatively, the beach across the road is a great spot with a surf-rod with the wide beach offering a solid chance to make a catch!
During the summer months, surf lessons are hosted by Go Ride A Wave on the Wye River Beach which is convinientely located just across the road from the park.
We also hire boards out all year round - so it's never too late to get in the water and give surfing a go!
The Great Otway National Park (backing on to the park) has abundant wildlife - swamp wallabies, Koalas, Ring-tailed possums and grey Kangaroos are common, and tiger quolls and yellow-bellied gliders can be seen too - though rarely seen.
Lorne is a seaside town on Loutit Bay in Victoria, Australia. It is situated about the Erskine River & is one of the most popular summer destinations on the Great Ocean Road. Take a walk down the main street (Mountjoy parade) and discover boutique shopping along with sensational coffee or take the kids to the amazing waterfalls that surround and bedazzled by nature at its best.
A great town to sit have a drink and take in the scenery.
Take a 10min drive to Grey River Road and discover the koala breeding ground or glow worms at night.
Walk through some of the prettiest rain forests on the Great Ocean Road.
Built in 1848, the Cape Otway Lighthouse is the oldest surviving lighthouse on the Australian main land
Take the tranquil walk through to Sheoak falls.
Known as the ‘jewel of the Otways’ this is one of the wettest places in the state. See the ‘Big Tree’ which is over 200 years old. Glow worms line the path at night.
While visiting the Otway Fly, stop in next door to Triplet Falls. This magnificent waterfall is surrounded by wet forest and ferny rainforest.
Take a short 300m uphill walk to the lush & sun-exposted ravine for a distant look at the impressive 50m waterfall. The waterfall is rated as one of the closest ones to the great ocean road - which means not too much walking for the kids!
Just 15mins from Lavers Hill, take a breath taking tree top walk which reaches heights of 47metres above ground level. A must do on your holiday.
Lake Elizabeth walk takes you on a journey to the landslide which dammed the east Barwon River to form a remote lake where you can experience a platypus canoe tour.
Otway Estate, set at the beautiful otway Estate provides guests and visitors alike a true taste of teh Otways from a selection of the wonderful wine, beers & ciders all produced on site. The Prickly Moses beers & Forbidden Fruit ciders are produced by Otway Brewing - the on-site brewery and have flavours and tastes to suit the seasons.
Walk 91 was created by a Parks Victoria Ranger in Apollo Bay, based on his knowledge of the Great Ocean Walk.
As the walk is based locally, you can walk in confidence knowing they are never away should you need them.
Your walking package will include a safety beacon, small first aid kit, maps & walking notes. You can request the use of walking poles and overseas vistors can also borrow a mobile phone if needed.
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Witness the rugged splendour of the famous 12 apostles, manificent rock stacks that rise up majestically from the sourthern ocean on Victoria's dramatic coastline!