The Great Otway National Park starts from Torquay and goes to Colac. The park features rugged coastlines, sandy beaches and rock platforms. The website is useful as it tells us all information about what parts are closed and other useful information about the park. It is reliable as Parks Victoria looks after the park.
There is three types of water management; storm water, waste water and tank water. the tank water is mostly at homes but as well as at public spaces and shops although some do have private water which comes from rivers creeks, etc. This website is usefull as it talks about the different water types and its uses. It is reliable as it is made by the Colac Otway Shire.
In the campgrounds within the Otway's rubbish is getting dumped and left in the national park because people are being too lazy to take rubbish with them to a bin. This website is useful as it talks all about how someone from Melbourne had gone away and seen rubbish dumped after an Easter weekend. It is reliable as it was published in the Colac Herald (Colac's Newspaper).
The Otway Harvest Trail has some local produce at farm gates & farm shops across the Otway's. On of the butcher's provide local grass fed, free range aged beef, heritage pork, organic & free range chicken, duck, quail, lamb. The locals also produce different types of berries. This website was useful with the a good amount of information on what is produced in the area. The website was trustworthy as it was made by the harvest group in the Otway's.
The population decreases every few years as there isn't much around the area and people want to live in cities. The website is very useful as it had the information needed. It is also trustworthy as it was made by the Victorian government.