Just a quick turn and a world away from the Great Ocean Road.
The Prince of Princetown
The Gellibrand River makes a virtual island of the hilltop village of Princetown as it lazy meanders through the valley, just a quick turn and a world away from the Great Ocean Road.
The township borders both the Great Otway and Port Campbell National Parks and is connected to the Great Ocean Walk via a picturesque wetland boardwalk. Princetown offers fishing opportunities in the estuary and on the ocean beaches and direct access to National Park trails and lookouts. and plenty of magnificent beaches.
Princetown to Glenample Hike
Take this walk and be rewarded with spectacular views of the 12 Apostles. Hike along cliff tops through coastal scrubland and low heath to Glenample. Kangaroos are regular grazers in nearby paddocks and pods of dolphins can sometimes be seen in the Marine National Park below.
Duration: 2.5 hours
Start: Princetown Recreation Reserve
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