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  • mary O
    4 contributions
    Never heard of The Great Ocean Road before but because of Camille with Go West Tours, so many memories from our day exploring the Surf Coast, the Green Coast, and the Shipwreck Coast! Such a rich history in this part of Australia. Thank you Camille for a wonderful day…this trip is a must for those visiting Melbourne who want to get out of the city!
    Written 16 December 2023
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  • CherylF51
    Melbourne, Australia15 contributions
    The views are amazing
    The water is warm at Torquay.
    Sunrise gives a golden glow to the surf —surfers are on the waves from daulight
    Coool breezes every night escape the heat of nthn vic or city suburbs
    Written 3 February 2024
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  • Traveller
    Melbourne, Australia15,756 contributions
    My wife and I visited this place during our recent holiday in Torquay where we stayed for two nights. We parked our car at the Torquay War Memorial and walked here along the coastline and a boardwalk.

    Rocky Point is where the waves roll into the Torquay Surf Beach, separating Torquay from Jan Juc. The views are scenic.

    Although Rocky Point is in Jan Juc, it’s right on the edge of Torquay and you’ll see more of Torquay than you will of Jan Juc.

    The eastern platform overlooks Torquay Point and the surf beach and standing on the western platform, visitors will be able to see along the coast towards Bells Beach.
    Written 17 September 2022
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  • Koala-Linz
    Melbourne, Australia140 contributions
    Have always enjoyed my visits to this Torquay UC church and its associated congregations (Bellbrae and Airey's Inlet); the quality of the volunteer music is usually excellent (a mix of traditional and contemporary folk gospel songs) and the female minister ("Madre"?) is a delight and presents very thoughtful and (sometimes) humorous sermons. The congregations are very much involved in the community with a 'clothing packed' OpShop in Bellbrae - amazing bargains! - and lots of seconds surfside shopping in Torquay and not to forget the Lighthouse Cafe at Airey's Inlet. Perhaps this parish should call itself 'Sing and Shop!'
    Written 29 October 2021
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