The Otway tree top walk is one of the most popular activities to do while visiting. Not only is it a great opportunity to get a bird’s eye view of the forest, but it is an activity that is perfect for the whole family to enjoy and take part in.
The Cape Otway treetop walk is about 2km long and take about 1 hour to complete. Imagine walking along a 25-meter-high elevated walkway for half a kilometre and absorbing in the breathtaking views of the rainforest. It is the longest and the tallest walkway of its kind in the world; featuring a 45-meter-tall Spiral Tower and cantilever.
This amazing experience is less than 3 hours away from Melbourne and transport within the vicinity is available. Shuttle bus service will run between the Visitor Centre and the Otway tree top walk to transport visitors every hour and is equipped to assist the mobility impaired.
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