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Travel guide Princetown

The New Great Otway National Park
By Parks Victoria

Parks Victoria invites you to visit Victoria's newest National Park – the Great Otway National Park. Just two hours to the southwest of Melbourne and stretching all the way from Anglesea to Princetown, it is a park of textured beauty. Proclaimed in November of 2005, this park is more than 100,000 hectares in size and has more than doubled the area previously protected through national and state parks in the Otways region. It is the sixth largest in the state and the largest National Park to border the coast. "It is," says Dale Antonysen, a Ranger-In-Charge of the Great Otway National Park, "a park of diverse landscapes, from cool temperate rainforest to low coastal heathlands, a fantastic rugged coastline and hinterland with many beautiful waterfalls and special place... Read more
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