Get closer to Australia’s spectacular natural scenery by taking a ride on the wild side on the Great Ocean Road. Located along the southern coast of the Australia, visitors can enjoy the coastal views of the Southern Ocean along miles of open road, taking in a multitude of natural sights and attractions interspersed with quaint beachside villages. Features along the Great Ocean Road include the breathtaking limestone stacks of the Twelve Apostles and the surf paradise of Bells Beach, as well the opportunity to witness whales and shipwrecks as you enjoy long stretches of unspoiled golden beaches. The Great Ocean Road also takes visitors through verdant rainforest of the Great Otway National Park and a chance to discover some of Australia’s unique wildlife. In addition, the Great Ocean Walk offers a challenging but rewarding expedition for adventurous travellers, whilst the Great Southern Touring Route provides the ultimate road-trip between Melbourne and Adelaide.
Great Ocean Road
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When to Visit
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