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Bunurong Marine National Park

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varied coastline

The term often used to describe this national park is the mini great ocean road. pretty apt... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
JohnG3121
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Greater Melbourne, Australia
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The Mini Great Ocean Road

This beautifully scenic 14 km drive from Cape Patterson to Inverloch Victoria is 140 km from... read more

Reviewed 24 May 2018
Paddles55
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Cairns, Australia
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Cape Paterson, Victoria, Australia
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The term often used to describe this national park is the mini great ocean road. pretty apt description. lovely part of state. a hidden gem is the harmers haven area

Thank JohnG3121
Reviewed 24 May 2018

This beautifully scenic 14 km drive from Cape Patterson to Inverloch Victoria is 140 km from Melbourne. At five designated places visitors can leave the sealed road and park only metres from sweeping views over rugged coastal cliffs, sculptured sandstone headlands, and sandy, wave platform...More

Thank Paddles55
Reviewed 25 March 2018

If visiting Inverloch or Wonthaggi and not in a hurry take the time to travel along Bunurong Rd between Cape Patterson & Inverloch. The road twists and winds a bit but it's not too hard a drive and the views are terrific, well worth taking...More

Thank DuncanMac52
Reviewed 23 March 2018

More spectacular coastline - Drove form Inverloch along to San Remo - Stopping every mile or so to observe the views - Like everywhere around this whole area very stop has car walk and walkways to assist - Just wonderful

Thank Tony M
Reviewed 12 March 2018

Visited on Sunday 25th February. We drove between Inverloch and Cape Paterson and was amazed at the scenery we saw. So many beautiful beaches no wonder the area is now designated a Marine National Park.

1  Thank Michael-4551
Reviewed 10 February 2018

This 14k stretch of road will take you from Inverloch to Cape Paterson offering you views of rugged coastal cliffs, rocky headlands, and sandy beaches... all in the Bass Coast. It's stunning ... so many places to stop and enjoy some rather spectacular scenery. This...More

Thank Crystalline4u
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

amazing the amount of people that don't know this beautiful area of victoria exists. great set of beaches and lookouts between cape paterson and inverloch.

Thank JohnG3121
Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

I have driven the road Inverloch to cape Patterson many times. It's less than 20k's but always takes a couple hours as I stop and enjoy the views and walks. Must see eagles nest... and take opportunity to walk or just stop for the view....More

1  Thank Bernie W
Reviewed 22 May 2017

Took drive from Inverloch to Cape Paterson along coastal road. Stunning scenery, plenty of safe places to pull over and take photos and see the magnificent coastal views and sculptural rocky crags and cliffs.

Thank kitl4
Reviewed 16 March 2017 via mobile

Our 2nd time at this awesome location. Go during low tide and you can spot mini starfish sea slugs baby fish clamps. Turn further right and you can see rocks that shape like bird wing (thus the name eagle nest)

2  Thank Norazizah T
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