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Parking available don’t miss it! Everyone thinks it’s all about seeing the twelve apostles. It’s not! Hire a car and stop at every section you can view, they are well signposted. This way you avoid the tourist hoards. Best time is early morning.
This is a much quieter place to view the coastline from the Great Ocean Road as compared to the 12 Apostles. There were only a few people at the lookouts when I was there in school holiday time.
There are a number of lookouts to...More
Took our overseas family (from Scotland) along the Great Ocean Road many opportunities along the road for photos. The day was hot, skies blue and sea aquamarine, What more can you ask for? Always busy along here because of the numerous tour buses and people...More
This spot is one of the many classic great ocean road views but simply beautiful. Was fairly busy here but the further west you go along the great ocean road the less busy. Would definitely come back here
Amazing vista at the first (of 2) lookouts walked to. Feels visually like the landscape of dragged sandstone cliffs, surly bay filled by southern swells, and changing overhead sky wraps your entire view 270 degrees. The most naturally awesome vista (IMHO) on The Great Ocean...More
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I went from Warrnambool to Anglesea between 8am to 2.30 pm without the extra 28 kilometre detour to Cape Ottoway. I stopped at the Bay of Islands, Twelve Apostles and Apollo Bay for lunch. I was in my accommodation on the... More
I went from Warrnambool to Anglesea between 8am to 2.30 pm without the extra 28 kilometre detour to Cape Ottoway. I stopped at the Bay of Islands, Twelve Apostles and Apollo Bay for lunch. I was in my accommodation on the Dukes Hwy at Beaufort Vic by 4.30 pm. Going east to west would be slower because of all the RVs in convoy from Melbourne. I was on a motorcycle and it was light rain.