With its diverse terrain and coastal margin, the entire Great Ocean Road region is a natural for waterfalls. Typically they offer shady respite from summer days and walkable access through forest settings alive with sights and sounds of wildlife. keep your eyes peeled for koala, echidna, wallaby, weird fungi, wildflowers and native birds.
Near Beech Forest
Near Beech Forest
Near Lavers Hill
Between Skenes Creek & Forrest
To plan your own waterfall experience in the region in more detail you can download maps here for Waterfalls close to Lorne or throughout the Otways.
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