Unique and abundant are two words to describe the wildlife and fauna on the Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk. Rarely an hour goes by without some exquisite bird or native animal coming into sight. And we seem to have shrubs, bushes and trees that flower for much of the walking season. Undoubtedly a treat for hikers from Australia and further afield.
You can expect to see wallabies, kangaroos, echidnas, and hear nocturnal small marsupials such as sugar gliders and antechinus. Birds include wedge tail eagles, cockatoos, galahs and rare hooded plovers on the beaches between Cape Otway and Johanna. Water birds are abundant at Aire River and we have over 50 species of birds sighted on the Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk lodge property by keen spotters.