Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Road Highlights

Visiting the Great Ocean Road in Victoria is a highlight not to be missed by visitors to Australia. Melbourne is located only a few hours' drive from the start of one of Australia's most visited road trips and home of the Port Campbell National Park, featuring the giant limestone formations which stand today, known as the 12 Apostles.

Visitors can travel to the Great Ocean Road from their base in Melbourne and disappear amongst the towns and contrasting scenery for a day trip or, with the number of excellent accommodation in Great Ocean Road, can wander around exploring indefinitely.

With loads of information available you can pre-organise your travel plans for your Great Ocean Road trip, or you can just set out and discover the array of attractions as you go.

The Great Ocean Road showcases Victoria's most spectacular scenery and is home to an intriguing variety of Australian animals. If you are really lucky you just may find yourself passing a koala wandering aimlessly along the side of the Great Ocean Road or an echidna stretching its legs along the many bush trails leading in and around the National Parks and farms, extending inland from the Great Ocean Road.

The capital city of Victoria, Melbourne and the Great Ocean Road, captivate visitors and perfectly complement each other, offering the contrast of a thriving multicultural city, with the breathtaking natural elements of the coast.

The local residents will proudly welcome you with great enthusiasm as you discover all the area has to offer.

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