Colac Otway Web
Coastal Towns along the Great Ocean Road
Lavers Hill is a place of natural and man-made beauty where a diverse society can fulfil an individuals ambitions
and hopes in harmony and safety. It is believed that the first men to enter the district in 1856 were hold
prospectors. In 1891 after being surveyed the area was opened for selection and the first white settlers were
Stephen and Frank Laver.
The picture above was taken from the west looking east toward the 'Tee' junction where the Beech Forrest Road and the
Great Ocean Road intersect. The town has a variety of services including tea rooms and restaurants. Spectacular
views from Lavers Hill back across Johanna's beaches and Cape Otway are awe inspiring. The local community
has published an informative web site highlighting the towns attractions, you will find a link in the Travel Directory
entries for Lavers Hill below.