We stopped here on the second day aling the great ocean road and only got a couple of the walks along here because of the rain and not being prepared enough
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One of the many sites to see along this road. This one comes with a story. take the to time to read the signs. Walk to the three. tracks and take amazing photos. There are 72 steps down and back to the beach . You...More
Just a short drive from the twelve apostles, this is one of the most beautiful places on the great ocean road. Definitely worth a visit. Be sure to read the signs or come with a guide for the historic story behind the place - about...More
Walking along the boardwalks the Loch Ard Gorge was a little difficult to find. We could hear the water but not find the exact spot to see the gorge. When we eventually found it, it was very pretty. You can't get very close but it's...More
That's probably the best part about the GOR. While the views, yes, are absolutely stunning! The history is also really something to take in. It seems crazy to think that a mere 150/200 years ago transport was so basic and dangerous!!
Parked here on a hot sunny day by recommendation and went down the wooden steps to the beach... Stunning !!!... The waves were rolling in and the whole place looked like something from a movie shot . One or 2 braved the conditions and went...More
A beautiful sight that is a must when doing the Great Ocean Road. There is an amazing beach nearby if you have more time. Beware of bug season though.
If you've made the effort to get to the Great Ocean Road then do all of it! Although the coast is scattered with limestone formations, each and every bay and coastline formation is amazing. Every turn is a new photo opportunity and the colours of...More