March 15, 2016

I was at the Victorian seaside town of Lorne on the Great Ocean Road last week. The nearby Great Otway National Park is a spectacular area of native forest, and there are plenty of opportunities to get closer to nature with walking tracks and trails in the area, many leading to spectacular crashing waterfalls. Despite minimal rain over the summer months, water continued to flow. It seems no matter the time of year, this waterfall is always an easily accessible and relaxing nature escape.

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