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Monday, 22 December 2008

Otway Ollie Tree Top Dragon


An ancient dinosaur egg hatched on the 20th of November 2008 on a rainforest path and adopted by the Otway Fly Tree Top Walk. Ollie now calls the breathtaking cool temperate rainforest home.

“Ollie has so much fun and loves playing on the 600 metre long, 25 metre high elevated tree top walk. It’s the worlds longest and highest treetop walk, and it’s a kingdom fit for a dinosaur. He’s always running up to his lair at the top of the 47 metre high tower for a birds eye view through the canopy over the wet eucalypt & cool temperate forests” says Elaine Burridge GM.

Ollie is a very good baby dinosaur but all he wants to do is have fun! That’s why Ollie has invited all his new friends to come and play with him at his home, Otway Fly, on the 27th of December to 11 January.

“Ollie has giveaways for the kids and he is very, very excited! Ollie just can’t wait to show his dinosaur kingdom where there’s plenty of flora and fauna to see. Come and play on his new playground & go abseiling” Burridge says. On some weekends in January, there will even be Ollie’s real life cousins, the Roaming Reptiles, there to touch and play. Check the website for details www.otwayfly.com.au

Ollie loves taking his new friends down the prehistoric path where they can see and learn more about the world of his dinosaur ancestors, which have been extinct for over 100 million years. Follow the trails through his Myrtle Forest home. Like Ollie, the Myrtle lives at the Fly and remains the keeper of millions of years of secrets.

“Ollie has been stomping around making lots of appearances in Geelong at the Westfield shopping centre and even the Apollo Bay Day Care Centre where he had a great time at his first ever Christmas party” says Burridge. You can check him out at Facebook under Otway Ollie.

The Fly is directly accessible from Phillips Track and is 15 minutes' drive from Lavers Hill, 45 minutes from Apollo Bay and 40 minutes from Colac. Travelling time from Geelong is only 1.5 hours inland. Or if you have all day, take the famous scenic route along The Great Ocean Road. Well worth the journey.

Visit the Fly between 27 December to 25 January (inc) between 9am - 10.30am, first Adult pays $19.50 for Fly entry, 2nd Adult receives 50% off entry. Not valid with any other offer, conditions apply.

RACV and other Australian Motoring Association Members (NRMA, RAA, RACQ etc), upon presentation of membership card, will receive a discount on Adult ticket prices.

Don’t forget you can also save with our joint adult ticket offer with the Cape Otway Light Station and Otway Fly for only $28.50 (conditions apply).
Gift vouchers are available and are the perfect present for those hard to buy for. Phone 03 5235 9200 for information or check the website at www.otwayfly.com.au
For further media information contact Elaine Burridge on 0417 089 589 or Debbie Howie PR on 0417 572 228

Otway Fly Tree Top Walk - winner of 2008 Powercor Colac Otway Tourism/Hospitality Award

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