Otway Fly Treetop Adventures takes your rainforest experience to new heights in the lush surrounds of the magnificent Otway Ranges. Whether you’re soaking up the breath-taking birds-eye view of the rainforest on the Treetop Walk or soaring through the leafy treetops on the awe-inspiring Zipline Tour, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy.
The oldest surviving lighthouse on the mainland. Take a day trip to the lighthouse or pop in and see it on your way to the 12 Apostles. Or you may wish to explore the lightstation and sourounding Aire River area by embarking on the Cape Otway to Aire River Hike which is part of the great Ocean Walk.
Get out amongst it! Weaving through National Parks, deserted beaches, the historic shipwreck coast and finishing at The 12 Apostles, this walk is a great way to experience some of the icons of The Great Ocean Road. Then after a long day of exploring, head back to Captains and relax by the fire with a glass of wine.
Marriners Lookout is a short drive or a long walk to the northern outskirts of Apollo Bay. It is about a 10 minute easy walk from the lookout carpark to a spectacular ocean, beach and town outlook. For those wanting a fairly strenuous workout, walk about 1.5 kms north from Apollo Bay along the beach or Great Ocean Road, then climb a steep hill along a surfaced road for another 1.5 km to the lookout track.
Take the self-guided rainforest boardwalk at Maits Rest in the Otways and see beautiful fern gardens and giant rainforest trees up to 300 years old. A wooden boardwalk has been built over the tree-fern gullies and moss-covered roots of ancient rainforest trees, protecting the delicate ecosystem while providing visitors with unique views of the forest.
Immerse yourself in some of Australia's best rainforest scenery in the Otway Ranges amongst tall trees, ancient plant life and lush ferns. Walk among giant tree ferns at Maits Rest, see the glow worms at Melba Gully, or experience the full beauty of this rainforest paradise on the Otway Fly Tree Top Walk.
Located on Point Bunbry, Apollo Bay Golf Course is exposed to the elements and therefore the level of difficulty can vary with each day. The nine hole course comprises four par three and five par four holes. As there are two tees on some holes and two greens on another, an interesting eighteen holes can be played. Try not to become too absorbed in your game and enjoy the fabulous scenery all around the course.