The new edition covers one day walks in the Otway Ranges and also covers the Great Ocean Walk as a series of one day walks.
Find things to do in the Otways. Explore the many sightseeing activities, attractions, restaurants, cafes and galleries that are on offer within the Otways.
Population: the population grew in 1961 because of logging but is has been reduced. The Otway's is a very desirable place to live in and waterfalls an bodies of water. There is a lot of coast that it very well populated because of good surf, fishing and views. Because the Otway's is a national park, none can live there. Only tracks for bikes and trekkers are in the national park There is a major let down for living in the Otway's: the parks are prone to raging bushfires and the Otway's were heavily damaged during the ash Wednesday fires Water consumption: Because the Otway National Park is a well-protected area, the water in the park is not used by humans but only by native animals. Even though we can't use the water, there are plenty of picturesque waterfalls and creaks. There is also a large lake in the national park called Lake Elizabeth. Pollution: Once again the Otway's are protected so the part isn't effected by pollution. As well as not being effected by pollution inside the park, the surroundings of the Otway's aren't very populated to create a lot of pollution. Farming: As before the Otway's aren't troubled with farming or food production. If there were to be though it would be a challenge to farm fruits because there isn't that much fruits. The Otway's mainly contain of mushrooms and trees.
This complete website is dedicated to inform the reader about the Otway National Park. It ran smoothly and offered me with plenty of history and facts on the many different sites to visit in the Otways. it had many pictures which drew my attention very well.
This website was a very reliable and smooth website because it is owned and run by the government. it gave me an insight of the many unique places to visit in the Otway's and a brief history on how the national park came to be. It explained how there was logging until the mid 20th century, and how logging is successfully being reduced dramatically