The south-west coast of Victoria offers one of the most spectacular drives in the world. Winding roads, plunging cliffs, ... More
The Great Ocean Road
The south-west coast of Victoria offers one of the most spectacular drives in the world. Winding roads, plunging cliffs, eucalypt studded hillsides, primeval rainforests, wind-battered oceans and tales of piracy and shipwreck all feature in a drive along the famed Great Ocean Road. Built between 1918 and 1932 by about 3,000 ex-servicemen; the project was dedicated to those who died in World War I. The road stretches from Anglesea to Warrnambool and includes many highlights such as the much photographed Twelve Apostles, seaside villages and the magnificent Otway Ranges and Port Campbell National Park.
Truly one of the great drives in the world. The ocean views, the surfers at Bells Beach, the forests, the nature hikes, the small towns, the waterfalls, and the Twelve Apostles. Plus most of it is less than a days drive from Melbourne.
My only advice would be to book your hotel or B&B room in advance if you travel on a holiday weekend.
Experience frontier adventures from the days of the Oregon Trail to tomorrow's information superhighway. Immersive exhibit area will offer the
sense of walking with pioneers through history.
Built in 1811, Anglesea Barracks are the oldest military establishment in Australia. Many of the buildings have been restored and
the external grounds are open to the public. Access to the interior of the barracks is limited to one ...
The Great Ocean Road with its magnificent surf beaches, rainforest and rolling farmland is a favourite holiday destination for Melburnians.
This tour travels through central Melbourne over the Westgate Bridge and through Victoria's second largest city, Geelong, before entering ...