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From Torquay to Port Campbell. We share the highlights of Australia's most famous drive
Created 1/07/2014 11:43:32 PM
The only beachfront accommodation in Lorne!
One of the best views of the winding Great Ocean Road
Between Lorne and Apollo Bay is the most scenic part of the Great Ocean Road drive
Superb views of Apollo Bay and the coastline
The short walk to Triplet Falls in the Otways National Park is worthwhile
A wild and rugged surfing beach - only for the experienced
Get down onto the beach for a different view of the 12 Apostles
One of the most delightful suprises of the Great Ocean Road - a great shipwreck story and beautiful beach scenery
Torquay is known as the home of surfing in Australia. Rip Curl and Quiksilver were founded here and the Rip Curl Pro Surfing Competition is here every year at Bells Beach
Great cafes, right on the beach, surrounded by National Park. Oozes charm
A very small town on the Great Ocean Road but truly special as you can get very close to koalas. They are on the side of the road and you'll see heaps of them in the trees at Grey River Road
Apollo Bay is halfway along the Great Ocean Road and a great spot to explore the surrounding Otways National Park and coastal area.
Make sure you go to Mariner's Lookout for an awesome view
The Cape Otway Lighthouse is Australia’s oldest lighthouse still in operation today, you can take a tour and climb to the top 90 metres high with breathtaking views of Bass Straight.
Simply amazing. You must see the Twelve Apostles at sunrise and sunset.
Don't forget Loch Ard Gorge, London Bridge, The Grotto, The Arch, and the Bay of Islands.
A small, quiet town close to the Twelve Apostles. Use it as a base to explore the area