The Otway tree top walk is an incredibly popular activity that gives people the opportunity to have a bird’s eye view of the forest. It is an activity perfect for the whole family to enjoy and take part in. The Cape Otway treetop walk is about 2km long and takes roughly an hour to complete.
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Walking along a 25- meter high elevated walkway for 500m and absorb the breath-taking views of the rainforest we are lucky enough to live so close to! The Otway tree top walk stands as the longest and tallest walkway of its kind in the world, even featuring a huge 45 -meter tall spiral tower.
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