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Beech Forest

With the abundance of Beech, Blackwood and Ash Trees, the areas quickly became a major centre for the local timber industry. In 1902 the narrow gauge railway extended from Colac making harvesting...

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Birregurra

With the fertile soil of the world’s third largest volcanic plain, Birregurra’s harvest has a freshness and honesty rarely found in modern products. Originally named Bowden’s Point, Birregurra...

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Breweries

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Cape Otway

Named by Lt James Grant in December 1880 after his friend Captain William Albany Otway of the Royal Navy, Cape Otway was originally inhabited by the Gadubanud people with evidence of their campsites...

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Caravan, Camping and Holiday Parks

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Colac

The name Colac comes from the Colagjin people, meaning 'fresh water' in reference to Lake Colac.Less than 2 hours drive from Melbourne, Colac is built aside the huge Lake Colac and is on the...

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Cottages

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Deans Marsh

Exploring the region will uncover plenty of tales about the efforts of the colonial pioneers of the 1800s. You’ll find some of Australia’s most famous pioneering names associated with them....

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Farmstays

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Forrest

Lake Elizabeth, which was only formed in 1951 after a landslip dammed the river, is a mecca of nature. All that’s visible of the sunken forest are the towering, tattered trunks of a dozen manna...

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Galleries, Museums and Collections

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Gellibrand

The Old Beechy Rail Trail passes through Gellibrand at its half way mark, making the town an ideal rest stop, or starting point if the 50km trail sounds like a bit much to chew. Originally a narrow...

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Great Ocean Road Holidays

Great Ocean Road Holidays offers over 800 holiday rental homes and apartments in Torquay, Anglesea, Aireys Inlet, Lorne, Wye River, Apollo Bay and beyond.Booking direct with Great Ocean Road...

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Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

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Holiday Houses

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Johanna

Fittingly named after the schooner ‘Johanna’ that was wrecked at the mouth of the Johanna River on 22nd September 1843.The area is steeped in history, from the discovery of dinosaur fossils...

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Kennett River

Location

Kennett River is located on the Great Ocean Road 170 km south west of Melbourne and an approximately 35 minute drive from Lorne. When driving from Lorne Kennett River is around...

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Lavers Hill

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...

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Motels

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National Parks and Reserves

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Natural Attractions

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Pennyroyal

The numerous Pennyroyal berry farm’s offer pick your own berries, proved to be a very popular activity for the littler ones. Fill your buckets with vine fresh strawberries, raspberries,...

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Produce

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Restaurant and Cafe

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Retreat and Lodges

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Separation Creek

The town is home to a number of exclusive luxury holiday homes and spectacular wildlife including koalas, kangaroos and echidnas and many different birds.Separation Creek has no shops but Wye...

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Shopping and Markets

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Spas and Retreats

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Sports and Recreation Facilities

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Wye River

Wye River hosts a beach side caravan park, a large number of holiday homes, a general store and the popular Wye Beach Hotel. Wye Beach Hotel serves up one of the best pub views in Australia. Wye...

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Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the Great Ocean Road region the Wadawurrung, Eastern Maar & Gunditjmara. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise and respect their unique cultural heritage and the connection to their traditional lands. We commit to building genuine and lasting partnerships that recognise, embrace and support the spirit of reconciliation, working towards self-determination, equity of outcomes and an equal voice for Australia’s first people.