ANGAIR (Anglesea, Aireys Inlet Society for the Protection of Flora and Fauna) is dedicated to protecting our indigenous flora and fauna, and to maintaining the natural beauty of Anglesea and Aireys In This site is very good as it is made by a group that is solely devoted to protecting the otways. the book that i reveiwed also talks about many of the aspects that are associated with the ideologies the people who created the website share the book was "The Redwoods of the Otways" it is also very informational on the animals and geography of the park and surrounding area.
This link is a very reliable website created by the Victorian government it is very insightful into the large amount of diverse flora and fauna that resides in the otways. it is very easy to use and the page of resources that it has is very good.
Google maps is a very reliable site that uses satellite imagery to piece together a very accurate map of the world, this includes all the parks around Victoria, The great otway national park is shown very well and you can see rivers and settlement all along the map of the park. the website is very easy to use and is interactive and intriguing.
this site is made by the people who take care of the Great Otway national park, it is very reliable and easy to use it takes notes of the multiple camping sites, 4WD tracks and trails throughout the large expanse that is the park. other than important information it has lots of details on tourist sites and popular destinations.
This website is made by parks Victoria and is very reliable it has lists, descriptions and various other details that have to do with many parks all across Victoria including the Great Otway national park. The website was very easy to navigate and easy to use, parks and wildlife that reside in them were also very helpful as they would give a great insight into where the most potentially dangerous park was.