See & Do

Take a wander a bit further afield in Wye River and the Great Ocean Road surrounds.

Wye River Heritage Walk - Wye River

Discover the historical side of Wye River with a 1.5hr loop around the Wye River township.

Paddy's Path - Wye River

Take a 20min walk to Separation Creek where once the tramline ran.

Koalas & Glow Worms – Kennett River

Take a 10min drive to Grey River Road and discover the koala breeding ground or glow worms at night.

Bird Watching – Wye River

Our area is reknown for birds such as the Gang Gang, King Parrots, Rosella’s, Yellow tailed Black Cockatoo and hundreds more.

Sheoak Falls – 10mins from Wye River

Take the tranquil walk through to Sheoak falls.

Apollo Bay – 40 mins drive

A great town to sit have a drink and take in the scenery.

Paradise – 45 mins drive

While you’re passing through Apollo Bay, take a short detour to Paradise where you could stop and have a picnic, have Devonshire tea at paradise café or explore Marriners falls.

Maits Rest – 55 mins

Walk through some of the prettiest rain forests on the Great Ocean Road.

Cape Otway Lighthouse – 60mins

Built in 1848, the Cape Otway Lighthouse is the oldest surviving lighthouse on the Australian main land

Melba Gully – 1.15mins

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.

Otway Fly – 1.5hrs

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.

Triplet Falls – 1.5hrs

While visiting the Otway Fly, stop in next door to Triplet Falls. This magnificent waterfall is surrounded by wet forest and ferny rainforest.

Platypus Canoe Tour – 1.5hrs

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.

Apollo Bay

Apollo Bay Market

The Apollo Bay Market is on most Saturday's throughout the year and provides and excellent opportunity for a pleasant morning with quality handmade wares, conversation, coffee from nearby cafes and the beach all on offer.

The market showcases local art, craft and produce of the Otways, 8.30am to 4pm. Apollo Bay Market stall holders are from the local area, making or growing what they sell.
The Apollo Bay market began in 1978 as a meeting place, an outlet for fresh produce to encourage the development of local crafts. It is unique and has maintained its integrity and high quality ever since. Located on the Apollo Bay foreshore, on the Great Ocean Road, between the Apollo Bay Surf Life Saving Club and the Tourist Information Centre.

Apollo Bay Swimming Pool

Fun for all the family at Apollo Bay swimming pool, it is a 25 metre indoor pool.