Venture through the Great Otway National Park to Cape Otway, the southernmost point of the Great Ocean Road region. Witness some of Victoria's most remote and beautiful rainforest, coastal scenery and mainland Australia's oldest lighthouse. Visit wild Johanna Beach where towering cliffs frame the pristine sandy beach or the isolated and incredibly beautiful Blanket Bay.
Take a tour of the Cape Otway Lightstation and discover its fascinating history while enjoying breathtaking views of Bass Strait. To really get away from it all, stay overnight in the historic lighthouse keepers' cottages or just relax over a great coffee and homemade scones in the cafe.
Stay at the Great Ocean Ecolodge, social enterprise of the Conservation Ecology Centre, for the opportunity to observe wildlife accompanied by qualified tour guides. See native animals and birds such as koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, parrots, cockatoos, galahs and kookaburras in their natural habitat.
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