The Great Ocean Road




  • Victoria State, Australia
  • Highway B100 aka. The Great Ocean Road
  • Meandering along beautiful coastline

Situated in Australia crossing through Victoria, is where one of the World’s greatest drives is located.  Covering 240km+ of unparalleled, amazing scenery The Great Ocean Road is a must see if travelling to the land of Oz. Listed as part of the Australian National Heritage, the road passes cliff-sides, beaches, rain forests and hugs the majestic coasts of the southern ocean. It is also home to the World famous 12 Apostles, one of the most popular tourist attractions on the road.



The Memorial Arch

For the ultimate picture stops follow the road highlights for a quick glimpse into what you can find on one of the world’s ultimate drives. The gate/entrance of the road marks the first picture spot as shown above.


Apollo Bay

Look into the distance and stare into the vastness of the southern oceans. Visit in the day to swim, kayak or even surf in the crystal blue waters . Alternatively stick around for sunset and take in breathtaking views.


Great Otway National Park

Behind Apollo bay is located some of Australia’s best rain forest scenery. Tall trees, amazing waterfalls and hidden beauty is found in the amazing Great Otway National Park. You can also catch a sight of Australia’s iconic Koalas by Kennet River.


Port Campbell National Park & The 12 Apostles

Be in awe at the magnificent site of the 12 Apostles- formidable 45 metre tall giant limestone stacks which have stood the force of nature and stand alone in the ocean enthralling all tourists who visit.


Portland & The Discovery Coast

Visit here in the Australian summer time and enjoy natures show on whale watching tours and see the huge blue whales in their natural habitat making gigantic splashes. Portland also houses Victoria’s largest fishing fleet so if you enjoy fishing you will certainly enjoy it here.


The Great Ocean Road is a must see in Australia and is popular amongst all tourists. It can be done as a day trip from Melbourne which is located 2 hours away. However if you really wanted to stop and enjoy it properly, pack the camping equipment and be prepared for a marvellous 3 days on Australia’s gem of a coastal drive. Tick it off your bucket list and buckle up for the once in a lifetime experiences and unrivalled coastal views!