Great Ocean Road Australia
 

The 12 Apostles are icons of the Great Ocean Road. Giant rock stacks that are a central feature of the Port Campbell National Park.

Among them are Pudding Basin Rock, Island Arch, the Razorback, Muttonbird Island, Thunder Cave, the Blowhole, Bakers Oven, London Bridge & the Grotto.

Boardwalks & viewing platforms ensure visitors experience amazing views especially at sunrise & sunset.

In 1864 the State of Victoria identified the need for a road along the south-west coastline. In 1918 surveys of the area were completed, & construction began in 1919.  

The Great Ocean Road was opened in Lorne on November 26, 1932.

 

 

 

Great Ocean Road Towns

12 Apostles National Park

Anglesea

Apollo Bay


Geelong

Lorne

Port Campbell

Port Fairy


Portland

Queenscliff

Torquay

Warrnambool

 

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