FISHING, OCEAN BEACHES, NATIONAL PARK TRAILS AND LOOKOUTS.. PRINCETOWN HAS IT ALL.

Princetown River

The Gellibrand River makes a virtual island of the hilltop village of Princetown. It’s lazy meander reflective of the flow of time through the valley, just a quick turn and a world away from the Great Ocean Road.

The township borders both Port Campbell and Great Otway 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.

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THE GREAT OCEAN ROAD WILDLIFE PARK

The Great Ocean Road Wildlife Park offers a unique opportunity to experience Australian wildlife in an interactive and natural way.

Take the time to hand-feed the friendly kangaroos, wallabies, emu and deer in the large petting section. Then take a walk around the sanctuary to observe more animals in a free range environment.