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All reviews twelve apostles the great ocean road spectacular scenery short walk natural beauty london bridge rock formations port campbell awe inspiring boat ramp beautiful spot car park well worth the stop the main road take your time loch ard gorge sunny day
Wonderful, wild part of the west coast of Victoria. Many, many little tourist buses make a day trip from Melbourne and see everything in a few hours. I can understand wanting cafe stop which is on the way. I prefer that the attraction is seeing...More
Situated alongside the Great Ocean Road the Bay of Islands Coastal Park is a thirty-two  kilometre reserve playing home to numerous Reefs, Limestone Sea Stacks & a stunning collection of rare plant-life and animals.
Comprising of two  timber viewing decks, its own Beach,...More
If time is not an issue, I would suggest similar to what we did, and that is, if travelling from Melbourne, schedule your GOR trip so that you reach Apollo Bay late afternoon and plan an overnight stop there at one of the... More
If time is not an issue, I would suggest similar to what we did, and that is, if travelling from Melbourne, schedule your GOR trip so that you reach Apollo Bay late afternoon and plan an overnight stop there at one of the motels. As the turn off from the GOR to Cape Otway is only about 40 km further on and then about a 20 mins drive to the Cape, it could be your first call the next day. Bear in mind that there is no town or village at Cape Otway itself, so no accommodation; it is mainly just the historic lighthouse and surrounding precinct. There is an old cottage which, at certain times of the year, can be booked for basic accommodation, but only by special arrangement. You can obtain all these details from the website. Search for "Cape Otway Light Station''. To fully appreciate all that the GOR trip has to offer, even just stopping at the many lookouts for the outstanding views, you should allow at least five days travelling from Melbourne to Warrnambool. GOOD LUCK and ENJOY. -------David R