Resources

We hope these resources will be helpful in planning your holiday.


There is just so much to see and do in the Otways that we recommend a stay of at least 3 nights:

The Otway Fly is just a short drive from here and is the longest & tallest rainforest canopy walk in the world. It has recently begun operations of a tree top zip fly where you can fly through the trees on a flying fox. In the same vicinity you’ll find some of the best waterfalls in the entire Great Otway National Park.  The Cape Otway Lightstation , also just a short drive away is the oldest, surviving lighthouse in mainland Australia. The light, which has been in continuous operation since 1848, is perched on towering sea cliffs where Bass Strait and the Southern Ocean collide. This is where you will be able to get up close and personal with koalas. The Great Ocean Walk Shuttle Service is a fantastic service to utilise if you are considering doing the Great Ocean Walk. They can pick you up in the morning and drop you off in the afternoon. Makes it easy to experience the beauty of the Great Ocean Walk without having to worry about your vehicle. If you are coming along the Great Ocean Road you might like to stop in Lorne for a short break. It’s a beautiful town and a good spot to break your journey. An alternative to Lorne might be the lovely coastal town of Apollo Bay. This is a sensational seaside town with very safe swimming and has a supermarket where you can pick up some supplies before driving the rest of the way to us.

When you arrive at our Bed and Breakfast you might not want to go anywhere but assuming you do please don’t hesitate to ask us anything. We want to make sure you have a great holiday in this stunning part of the world. If you are continuing on from here along the Great Ocean Road you might want to check out and perhaps stay in Port Fairy.  A great place to end your journey along the Great Ocean Road. Oh, and you musn’t forget to visit the 12 Apostles.