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GORVIC
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Great Ocean Road Visitor Information Centre

100 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay, Victoria, 3233
Email: gorvic@colacotway.vic.gov.au
Website: www.visitotways.com
9103925 Phone Number: 61 13 0068 9297
Fax Number: 61 03 5237 6194

Great Ocean Road Visitor Information Centre provides visitors with information on accommodation, tours, things to see and do in Apollo Bay and the Otways. They also have an Interpretation centre, interesting souvenirs and gifts available to suit all ages. Free maps and general information handout sheets. With the charm of a fishing village, golden sandy beaches nestled into the lush green foothills of the Otway Ranges, Apollo Bay truly is 'Paradise by the Sea.' Located on the awe inspiring coastline of the Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay is 186 kilometres south-west of Melbourne or three hours by car. Whether it be a romantic getaway, family holiday, business conference or time to simply relax, there really is something for everyone. From lush rainforests and the magnificent waterfalls of the Otway's to superb restaurants and cafes, tearooms, art galleries and shops, museums, golf course, harbour with an active fishing fleet, sandy beaches and a wide variety of adventurous sports, there are numerous experiences awaiting you. Apollo Bay and the Otway's is a great base from which to explore the spectacular scenery that abounds in the surrounding Great Otway National Park. Get ready to pull on those hiking boots and experience the new 91 kilometres Great Ocean Walk featuring some of the most remarkable coast and forest scenery in the country. Visit the Cape Otway Light station, the Otway Fly Treetop Walk, also the cliffs and rock formations of the Twelve Apostles and Port Campbell National Park. Apollo Bay and the Otway's boasts a wide range of accommodation including bed and breakfasts, rural retreats, self-contained cottages, backpackers, caravan parks, motels and executive units. While you are in Apollo Bay make sure you visit the Information Centre on the foreshore, to find out the many more activities available to you during your stay.

Colac Information Centre
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Colac Visitor Information Centre

Cnr Queen & Murray St, Colac, Victoria, 3250
Email: colacvic@colacotway.vic.gov.au
Website: www.visitotways.com
9103932 Phone Number: 61 13 0068 9297

Come and explore the Otways! Enjoy the spectacular natural scenery, mighty timbers and magnificent waterfalls, the lush green hills that roll down to long stretches of sandy beaches of the Great Ocean Road, the volcanic lakes, craters and wetlands of the Otway Hinterland. Here you will find something for everyone to enjoy. The region encompasses the major town Colac and smaller villages that include Gellibrand, Forrest, Birregurra, Cressy, Beeac, Beech Forest and Lavers Hill. There are also the seaside hamlets of Wye and Kennett River, Cape Otway, Johanna Beach and the relaxed beach resort of Apollo Bay. Plenty of nature based activities to experience including Forrest Mountain bike trails, Old Beechy Rail Trail, Segway Trails, Globe riding, Great Ocean Walk, waterfalls, bush walks, Otway Fly Tree Top Walk, bird watching, platypus tours, fishing and horse riding. There are also a series of unique trails throughout the Otways. These walks and tours incorporate heritage, wildlife, attractions, art galleries, food and wine and scenic views. There are plenty of accommodation options to suit your personal taste and budget. For detailed fact sheets on accommodation and things to see and do in the Otway Region please check the website.

Warrnambool Visitor Information Centre
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Warrnambool Visitor Information Centre

89 Merri Street, Warrnambool, Victoria, 3280
Email: vic@warrnambool.vic.gov.au
Website: www.visitwarrnambool.com.au
9103920 Phone Number: 61 03 5559 4620

Warrnambool Visitor Information Centre is located on the shores of the beautiful Lady Bay. Warrnambool is the largest city on the Great Ocean Road, offering all the services expected of a vibrant, modern city whilst maintaining the atmosphere of a relaxed country town. With clean sheltered beaches, manicured parks and gardens, visiting whales, notorious shipwrecks, unique volcanoes, contemporary art and exhilarating sports, there is certainly something for everyone. Warrnambool has an outstanding variety of accommodation, a large range of cafes and restaurants and an abundance of year-round events and entertainment. You are invited to explore, experience and enjoy!