Victoria's most famous lighthouse is actually the oldest on mainland Australia. It first began operating in 1848 and includes includes Australia's oldest and largest group of lighthouse keepers' cottages.
The Great Ocean Walk extends for a distance of around 100 kilometres between Apollo Bay and the 12 Apostles. See spectacular rugged coastline with sandy beaches and tall cliffs, the Cape Otway lighthouse, forests, rivers, waterfalls, wetlands and native wildlife. Visitors can enjoy short day walks or for those who wish to undertake overnight hikes, there are several walk-in camp sites along the way.
Spanning over 100,000 hectares along the coast between Anglesea and Princetown and inland towards Colac, this park features the steep timbered ridges of the Otway Ranges, fern gullies, waterfalls, and a coastline dominated by tall cliffs, coves and sandy beaches