Photo album – SEANA Campout at Forrest 2007
1. Entering Melba Gully. A beautiful rainforest area known for the glow worms at night. Photo: Val Hocking.
2. Otway Forest Road near Ayre Crossing.
3. The Otway Snail is endemic to the Otways. Its black shell is distinctive. On the walking track, Melba Gully.
4. Triplet Falls. Photo: Val Hocking.
5. Aire River crossing is a natural stone outcrop.
6.Lake Elizabeth was formed as a result of a landslip in 1952, following heavy rain.