Great Otway National Park

Great Otway National Park has wheel chair accessable locations Great Otway National Park has toilets Great Otway National Park has picnic tables You can go fishing at Great Otway National Park There are bbqs available at Great Otway National Park

Camping Areas at Great Otway National Park  (11 campsites)

Parker Hill Camping Area - A small campground right near the inlet for the Parker River. more...

Blanket Bay Camping Area - This is a well maintained and formalised campground right on the ocean in Great Otway National Park more...

Aire River West Camping Area - A large flat and grassy campground on the Western Side of the Aire River suitable for large groups and caravans. more...

Aire River East Camping Area - Near the beach on the Aire river, this is a large campground suitable of caravans or tent based camping. more...

Johanna Beach Camping Area - A grassy, open undulating area behind sand dunes facing farmland. more...

Lake Elizabeth Camping Area - Located in the narrow, forested valley of the Barwon River East Branch. more...

Hammond Road Camping Area - A ridge top fenced paddock, very open (most sites without shade), gently sloping with bumpy tussock grass and some holes. more...

Big Hill Camping Area - This is a small, fairly open campground suitable for tent based camping more...

Allenvale Mill Site Camping Area - Pleasant grassed hillside slopes above the small Saint George River. more...

Wye River Road Camping Area - Small, rough sites situated along the road on a narrow ridge, shaded and surrounded by dense messmate and mana gum forest. more...

Jamieson's Track Bush Campground Camping Area - Very few single-spot campsites. Basic bush camping- no facilities. more...

About Great Otway National Park

Great Otway is a wonderfully diverse coastal National Park, stretching between Torquay and Princetown in Victoria.

The beaches, river, heathland and rainforest as well as beautiful lakes make this a must see when in this part of Victoria.

Top of the list to see is Melba Gully which is one of the wettest places in Victoria and is surrounded in lush rainforest.

The short (800m) gables walk is also a must see and leads to one of the highest coastal cliffs in Australia with a spectacular view from the lookout platform. Whales are often spotted from here in late winter.

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