Lavers Hill

Lavers Hill is a charming town situated on the Great Ocean Road between Apollo Bay and Port Campbell, surrounded by Great Otway National Park. The Melba Gully section, located just south of the town centre boasts ancient rainforests during the day and glow-worm viewing on trails at night.

The small town centre caters well for tourists, featuring a number of cafes, a pub with a bistro, and tourist information. The landmark wood sculpture at the junction of the Great Ocean Road and Colac Road is the “Drift”, which is a tribute to the marine environment, prehistoric skeletal finds, shipwrecks and the agricultural machinery of the area, designed by artist James Catell.

As a place to base and explore, Lavers Hill is central to some of the Otways most diverse destinations including beaches, rainforests and waterfalls.

Lavers Hill is a charming town situated on the Great Ocean Road between Apollo Bay and Port Campbell, surrounded by Great Otway National Park. The Melba Gully section, located just south of the town centre boasts ancient rainforests during the day and glow-worm viewing on trails at night.

All Lavers Hill

Accommodation Nearby

Things To Do Nearby

Calma Candles

Lavers Hill

Melba Gully

Lavers Hill

Colac Turf Club

Colac

Cape Otway Lightstation

Cape Otway

Places To Eat & Drink

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