At the end of the Great Ocean Road, there is a little-known national park, koala, kangaroo casually watching We have been driving on the Great Ocean Road for three days and stayed for two nights, one of which stayed at Warnepur, the end of Great Ocean Road. If it is not the suggestion of the landlord, we do not know that there is a beautiful national natural forest park in Warrnambool. This little-known place is called Tower Hill. It is a nature reserve. It does not require tickets. It is also a good place for locals to enjoy hiking. There are not many tourists and the environment is superb. It is a paradise for wild animals. Here, you can see the koala on the banyan tree, very cute, almost not moving. The cockroach of the Australian ostrich is walking on the side of the road, not afraid of people, in the jungle. From time to time, there are kangaroos jumping. In short, all kinds of animals and plants have opened our eyes to us. Tower Hill is not high, and the summit is extremely far-sighted. You can see the whole nature of the nature reserve and the sea in the distance. Tower Hill has a gift shop selling local products, selling refrigerators, postcards and other small specialty products, as well as ice cream and coffee for sale, playing for almost a day.