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Bush and Nature Walk at Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve

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Worn Gundidj at Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve

Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve is located at the heart of the spectacular Great Ocean Road region. The only wildlife reserve west of the popular Twelve Apostles and just ten minutes from the coastal tourism hub of Warrnambool, you will discover the naturally diverse offering of the exquisite Tower Hill State Game Reserve.

Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve is the ideal place for visitors to experience the Australian bush, enjoy magnificent scenery and landscapes. Get up close and personal with some of Australia's most iconic native birds and animals including emus, koalas, kangaroos, echidnas, wedge-tail eagles and other exotic animals.

A 90-minute interactive walk conducted by experienced guides, provides for an account on the unique re-vegetation program of the Park.

This walk provides an exclusive opportunity to explore the wildlife at the Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve and discover the natural habitat of some of Australia’s most iconic native animals.

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Price

$22.95

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Days of operation:
  • Tours depart from the Visitor Centre at 11:00am and 1:00pm daily.

Facilities:
  • Car park

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Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve is located at the heart of the spectacular Great Ocean Road region. The only wildlife reserve west of the popular Twelve Apostles and just ten minutes from the coastal tourism hub of Warrnambool, you will discover the naturally diverse offering of the exquisite Tower Hill State Game Reserve.

Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve is the ideal place for visitors to experience the Australian bush, enjoy magnificent scenery and landscapes. Get up close and personal with some of Australia's most iconic native birds and animals including emus, koalas, kangaroos, echidnas, wedge-tail eagles and other native Australian wildlife.

Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve sits inside a dormant volcano that has a spectacular 11 kilometres crater rim. The volcanic cones rise from a lake bed in a formation known as a nested maar, which was created by a series of volcanic eruptions and events over thousands of years

This area is now home to many of Australias native wildlife, and provides visitors with the rare opportunity to witness animals at close range in their natural habitat.