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The Great Ocean Road

One of the world's great scenic drives, the Great Ocean Road winds along the Shipwreck and Surf coasts, and through the beautiful rainforests of the Otway Ranges. Historic towns, vibrant holiday havens, a huge range of accommodation options (including, of course, Butterfly Farm) and exciting attractions right throughout the year.


Visit Victoria

There are a wealth of places to go and things to do in Victoria. From vibrant, cosmopolitan cities, to lush farmlands, natural bushland, snow-covered mountains and superb beaches, there's variety to suit all holiday tastes (speaking of tastes... Victoria features some of the best food and drink in Australia!)


Timboon Railway Shed Distillery

In the 19th century, the Timboon area had two thriving industries - timber and illicit whiskey!

Today, the whiskey trade is legal, and within a beautifully-restored railway shed, you can learn more about those wild days, while enjoying great food, and a sample of the fine single malt whiskey made at the distillery.  A great weekend outing or leisurely holiday lunch break.

Warrnambool Tourism Association

Find out what's happening in the coastal city of Warrnambool, western gateway to the Great Ocean Road, and home to some great restaurants, famous sporting events, and a nursery for Southern Right Whales -- each year these magestic whales return to calve and nurse their young in the waters offshore from the city.


Otway Fly Treetop Adventures

A birds-eye view of the Beech Myrtle forest in the Otway Ranges from a giant elevated walkway, or experience the adrenalin rush of a zipline tour, flying up to 30 metres above the forest floor.


Port Fairy

A charming and picturesque fishing village with a rich maritime history, Port Fairy now is home to a thriving arts and music scene, highlighted by the world-famous annual Port Fairy Folk Festival.

Limestone rock stacks in the Bay of Islands, just “down the road”
from Butterfly Farm

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Bay of Islands