With the fertile soil of the world’s third largest volcanic plain, Birregurra’s harvest has a freshness and honesty rarely found in modern products. It is no wonder Birregurra has found itself at the centre of the Otway Harvest Trails, surrounded by delicious restaurants, cafes, wineries, breweries and farmers markets.
Cape Otway is situated at the southern tip of Victoria’s Western Coast, where the Southern Ocean meets Bass Strait marked by the beacon of the Cape Otway Lightstation which is the oldest surviving Lighthouse in mainland Australia. Australian Wildlife is in abundance throughout the areas, especially koalas, birds and wallabies which are a popular attraction for visitors to the region.
Lavers Hill is a charming town situated on the Great Ocean Road between Apollo Bay and Port Campbell, surrounded by Great Otway National Park. The Melba Gully section, located just south of the town centre boasts ancient rainforests during the day and glow-worm viewing on trails at night.