Otway Ranges

January 5, 2013 § 1 Comment


The southern Australian coastline is extremely beautiful and we took a trip down there a year or two ago with some old family friends (see feather man). The Great Ocean Road curves along the coast line – often on very sheer cliffs and hairpin turns, for 234km from Torquay to Warrnambool. I’ve been along that road a few times before as a scenic option returning from South Australia; however this time we decided to spend a little more time exploring and checked out the Otway Ranges. We stayed in Apollo Bay which gave us easy access to the rainforest and the other sights along the coast. Everything about the coast is so beautiful and the National Park is breathtaking. There is a lot of history around the area too with shipwrecks, light houses and all sorts of memorabilia. All in all the region is a definite stopping point if you are down that way.


IMG_9528The Light house from Around the Twist. Another thing ticked off the list.


IMG_9838Road-side local

IMG_9852The greatest morning run I have ever had – sunrise, cliffs and waves.

IMG_9750View from above – 30m up on the Otway Fly


IMG_9869Carnivorous Snail – Yes in Australia our snails are carnivorous

draw 13Photo or drawing can’t truly capture how beautiful the bush was



IMG_0130Who’s still standing of the 12 Apostles


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