Colac Otway Web
Townships of the Otway Ranges
Deans Marsh is the boundary on the northern side of the Angahook State Park, some of the finest coastal
and timbered country in Victoria is within the 22,350Ha. area. The park includes steep ridges, deep gullies,
coastal cliffs, small coves and sandy beaches. Declared in 1987 when the Anglesea and the Lorne Forest Parks
were combined Deans Marsh is the perfect location for explorers who wish to avoid the bustle of cosmopolitan
Otway Ranges Travel Map & Notes -
Country Wide Cottages
Travelling along the Princess Highway you can turn at Winchelsea to Deans Marsh and continue onto Lorne. This
can be quicker than following the Great Ocean Road along the coast when towing or during peak holiday
season. Deans Marsh and the Pennyroyal Valley offer peace and tranquillity with easy access to the coast
making it a great starting point for journeys throughout the Otway Ranges and the Great Ocean Road.
The town has a general store, nursery and gift shop, petrol station and free picnic/barbecue facilities.
On the last weekend in April the town hosts the