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All reviews twelve apostles the great ocean road spectacular scenery short walk london bridge port campbell rock formations awe inspiring boat ramp car park beautiful spot well worth the stop the main road sunny day loch ard gorge easy access plenty of parking
Spectacular views of the coastline, the area offers parking and designated walking paths to platforms for viewing . There are information boards explain the vegetation and information of wildlife. Would highly recommend if passing through this area. Only approx 30 / 4p min drive from...More
You can never get sick of seeing these beautiful rocks. Along this stretch of the coastline is very much the same but it is beautiful even on an overcast day.
We also went into the boat ramp area and was surprised at the steepness of...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