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.
& 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.
Ocean Road was opened in Lorne on November 26, 1932.
Great Ocean Road
12 Apostles National Park