London Bridge

London Bridge, Port Campbell: Hours, Address, London Bridge Reviews: 4.5/5

London Bridge
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excess5
Australia2,341 contributions
Apr. 2022
While in the Great ocean road take some time to se this beautiful spot
I visited it early 2000 before the bridge collapsed but still the vies are magnificent
Written 18 April 2022
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erringtonfamily
Sydney, Australia9 contributions
Mar. 2022 • Couples
London Bridge is not falling down it has collapse but it is now of the many magnificent natural features that dot the coastline around Port Campbell. The beauty of the are is that there are many coastal features carved out by the eroding ocean. This means that tourist are not shackled to one or two areas but are able to stop at places like The Grotto and enjoy walking trails and features in the peaceful and relaxed atmosphere. Away from too many people. A drive along the coast from Lorne to Apollo Bay andPort Campbell is a must for people who want to experience Australia’s natural coastal beauty. Another tip for people looking for outstanding accommodation in a tranquil rustic setting Go to DAYSY HILL COTTAGES just outside Port Campbell
Written 16 March 2022
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wintercolleen
Canberra, Australia153 contributions
Feb. 2022
Very easy too see and know what it’s. Before u get there. Not a long way from the main big one. Very clean
Written 14 February 2022
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Simon B
City of Greater Geelong, Australia2,371 contributions
Sep. 2021 • Family
Could be renamed “Bench” after the 1990’s feature “bridge” rock break.
One of the lesser interesting places of interest about the coast here.
Other lookouts hold more short walks, changing aspects and vision to wild ocean.
Written 22 January 2022
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia10,447 contributions
Dec. 2021
For many years, London Bridge has been a feature of the Great Ocean Road, but one day the bridge really did fall down. It remains as an outcrop, which was once connected to the mainland. While the natural archway may have collapsed, if you want to look around you may find some little penguins in the vicinity. By the way, no-one was injured when the bridge collapsed.
Written 9 December 2021
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Llewellyn53
Melbourne, Australia3,963 contributions
Nov. 2021
Some great photos can actually be taken from the roadside. Every time i see it i wonder what the people who were trapped there thought when the other arch collapsed and they had to be rescued.
Written 2 December 2021
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Traveller
Melbourne, Australia9,765 contributions
Nov. 2021
My wife and I visited this place once again, during our recent holiday along The Great Ocean Road, staying in Lorne for three nights.

I had walked across this "London Bridge" in 1980 during my first visit. When it eventually collapsed many years later, someone had gotten stranded on the other side. A rescue helicopter had to rescue that person. There were no casualties.
Written 29 November 2021
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Sharlsandco
Melbourne, Australia124 contributions
Nov. 2021
No longer a 'bridge' anymore since its collapse many years ago, but still worth a stop. Plenty of parking, walk paths are in excellent condition and easy to manage, several photo spots along the way. Was even more amazing when it was joined and truly formed a bridge.
Written 29 November 2021
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gregs3071
melbourne6,141 contributions
Jun. 2021
London Bridge is very easy to find. It is the middle of three nearby attractions. There is a large, easy to spot sign on your left after The Arch if you are travelling westerly, and on your right after The Grotto is you are travelling easterly. The car park has plenty of spaces.

I thought I'd been here before but I wasn't sure until I was standing there looking at what remains of London Bridge. I had a similar experience at Loch Ard Gorge. It had been more than 30 years since I'd been there. Before the span connecting London Bridge to land had collapsed.

I could only give it four stars now. It was definitely a five before. It was one of the more distinctive formations along this ever changing coastline but now its similarities to its kindred mark it more commonplace.

It's still worth stopping there, though. I mean if you happen to find yourself in the vicinity for sightseeing purposes this is definitely one of the must sees. You'd have to have a pretty good reason to drive past.

I felt very privileged to have had the opportunity to see it pre and post collapse. The coastline is ever changing, but it changes so slowly. All the little islands and outcrops around here were once connected to the land, the cliffs have been retreating for thousands of years but the process is very slow. One of the 12 Apostles collapsed a few years ago. They all will eventually. But geological time is slow, very slow, And then dramatic changes can happen so quickly. I didn't actually see the span break and the rocks fall into the sea but, geologically speaking, I was there when it happened. I, with my short life, was lucky enough to see both the before and the after of a very slow process. I reckon that's pretty cool.
Written 13 November 2021
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Sharne P
Melbourne, Australia220 contributions
Oct. 2021 • Family
The kids were excited to see this stop. Famous landmark and definitely worth the stop. It was really windy and cold but didn’t disappoint. Spectacular views
Written 3 October 2021
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