Fungi grow in damp Melba Gully, Great Otway National Park, Victoria, Australia.
Fungi thrive in damp Melba Gully, Victoria, Australia. Formerly a State Park and now part of Great Otway National Park, Melba Gully protects a small pocket of natural rainforest which escaped bushfires in the Otway Ranges near Apollo Bay. Enjoy basic picnic facilities and the 35 minute Madsens Track Nature Walk, where glow worms can be seen at night. This area is one of the wettest places in the state, with an annual rainfall over 2000mm. The gully is a dense rainforest of myrtle beech, blackwood, and tree ferns with an understory of low ferns and mosses. The 'Big Tree' is over 300 years old.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download