Colac Otway Shire
Victoria
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Forest
artistfx1118A walk through the treetops of Otway, if the translation should be like this, it is necessary to come here to experience the Great Ocean Road once. Because the Great Ocean Road is always watching the sea, it is necessary to experience the fun of the woods in the middle section of the forest road. Tickets are required for this attraction, and two ways are provided, one is hiking and the other is cableway sliding. Hiking is not like a normal trekking in the woods, but a tree top trek. It is a hiking trail in the middle of the woods. This trail is the tallest and longest elevated trail of its kind, with a total of 600 meters and 35 meters above the ground. After walking for almost 2 kilometers, because the whole journey is not at the top of the tree, there is still a part under the tree, which takes about 45 minutes to an hour. It is very interesting to see the whole forest from a completely different perspective. I didn’t choose the slide, so I can’t explain it to everyone The Ten Great Ocean Roads is a completely different experience.
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Beach
Eva27Wonderland on earth, paradise! Crescent Bay, Maverick Observation Deck, the nearby rainforest flyover, and each house in the town have different styles, and each place is worth savoring...
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Rock Monument
Geological Sites
队长 大使馆Twelve Apostles is a collection of limestone stacks off the shore of Port Campbell National Park, by the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. It's a good place to walk by the side while snapping some photos.
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National Park
qinmayThe Great Otway National Park is actually a large tropical rainforest-like virgin forest. After driving out of Apollo Bay on the Great Ocean Road, I entered this national park shortly after driving dozens of kilometers in this park. The park is open and has no entrance. The most famous attractions in the park are Cape Otway Lighthouse and Otway Fly Treetop Walk (or adventrues), but one is more than ten kilometers south of Great Ocean Road and the other is more than ten kilometers north of Great Ocean Road. The Cape Otway Lighthouse is a ticket. It has Australia's oldest lighthouse and beautiful sea views. The tree-top walk is a pedestrian trail set up between trees that are tens of meters high. It is also a fee, but it is very exciting to walk, especially when there is an iron tower. When you climb on the tower, the tower sways gently with the wind, making me this People who are afraid of heights are even more terrifying.
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Beach
Seashore
优的良仕Lorne is the first town on the B100, and many people choose to live here for the first night. Although the town is not big, there is a beautiful beach where you can swim and have a free bath on the beach. The room is still very convenient for tourists. Unfortunately, in the current weather, the thick-skinned locals dare to go to the sea. We all put on jackets, but the evening scenery is still very good. Dinner can also be solved here, but there are not many choices. They are all Western food. There is only one Chinese food. A bowl of noodles is 23 dollars. It is not delicious. It is really too wasteful. I wanted to go to the supermarket to buy things, but the supermarket here. It closed before 6 o'clock on the weekend, alas. Cute sunflower parrots, this cute animal that may only be seen in zoos in China, fly in groups in Lorne, and you can see them everywhere on the beach.
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Bridge
pxy0705The Lorne Trestle is a long wooden trestle on the Lorne beach in Lisbon. It goes deep into the sea and gives people a sense of loneliness. On the bridge, many locals will sun and fish here. It is very relaxing, everyone You can also walk along the bridge and feel the endless shock in the depths of the sea.