Press Release: Otway Fly and Cape Otway Lightstation discounted pass
Issued: 7 March 2008
THE Otway Fly tree-top walk and Cape Otway Lightstation have joined forces to offer a discounted pass to tourists who want to visit the Otways’ premier tourist attractions.
The pass is $30 for adults and the promotion is a success story for the iconic destinations.
Elaine Burridge who manages the 600 metre long, 25 metre high elevated walk near Beech Forest said the promotion also had benefits for locals entertaining friends and family from further afield.
The Lightstation offers free entry to Colac Otway Shire residents, while the Otway Fly offers free entry to residents when they bring visitors from outside the Shire.
Lightstation manager Paul Thompson said the promotion meant locals could show off the region’s top man-made attractions for free.
“It’s important for the visitor and it’s great for the attractions to work together. There’s a good contrast between the old stone-built light tower and the Fly’s new steel tower.”
Mr Thompson said the Lightstation was committed to forging partnerships with other accommodation providers and attractions to boost the local tourism industry and improve the Great Ocean Road experience for tourists.
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