The wild side of the Gt Ocean Rd
Walk with Wildlife guided tour
Wildlife Wonders invites you to the wild side of the Great Ocean Road, to explore a spectacular Australian bushland environment, where the forest meets the sea.
At the Visitor Centre you’ll be met by your conservationist guide, who will accompany you on a 75-minute walk through this magical setting, and share with you the secrets of the bush and the plants and animals who call the Otways home.
During your tour, you will pause at the Conservation Ecology Centre Research Hub to learn about the conservation projects that Wildlife Wonders is supporting and see research techniques in action.
The tour winds along a gentle, 1.4km path suitable to all ages and abilities. Before or after your tour, enjoy refreshments or a light lunch at the Emu Café, and browse the gift shop for a memento of your visit.
Wildlife Wonders directly supports the environment with 100% of profits invested in vital research and conservation projects to save threatened species.
Family (2ad 2ch) AUD$149
Children (aged 4-14) AUD$24
Under 4 free
75 minute tour with a conservationist guide
Headsets and binoculars
Food and drink
Why Do We Love This?
Wildlife Wonders offers an opportunity to see Australia's wildlife living freely in a natural habitat. Your tour will wander through lush tree fern gullies, eucalypt woodlands and pass spectacular ocean vistas, while your guide shares the secrets of the bush and the animals and plants that call the Otways home.
What to Expect
Arrive at the welcoming visitor centre where you will find accessible facilities, a gift store, and the Emu Cafe. You will start your tour in the theatrette, where you will enjoy an Acknowledgement of Country, and be fitted with headsets and provided with binoculars. You will then embark on your 75-minute tour. Along the tour route, pause at the Conservation Ecology Centre Research Hub to learn about the conservation projects that Wildlife Wonders is supporting and see research techniques in action.
Your visit will directly support the environment, with 100% of profits invested in vital research and conservation projects to save threatened species.
Useful information about accessibility in the area
The Apollo Bay visitor centre offers information on accessible experiences and can also hire out Trailrider all-terrain wheelchairs.
If you are looking for somewhere to stay, Big 4 Apollo Bay Pisces Holiday Park has new accessible cabins.
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