Places of  Interest

The Great Ocean Road is a 243 kilometre stretch of road along the south west coast of Victoria, Australia.  The road takes travellers from Torquay to Port Campbell and was originally built between 1919 and 1932 by returned soldiers and dedicated as a World War 1 memorial. Winding through varying terrain along the coast and providing access to several prominent landmarks, including the limestone stack formations known as the Twelve Apostles, the road is one of the most important tourist attractions in Australia. The road traverses rainforests, as well as beaches and sheer cliffs with breathtaking views. Although the Twelve Apostles are the most prominent attraction there are a great many other things to see along the way.

The Great Ocean Road has far too many attractions to see in one day. The attractions we visit can vary depending on your interests and fitness levels. This is a list of just some of the things that are available depending on the duration of the tours selected :

Great Ocean Road Memorial

Bells Beach

Kangaroos at Anglesea Golf Course

Aireys Inlet Lighthouse

Lorne Township

Mt Defiance Lookout

Kennett River Koala and parrot spotting

Cape Patton Lookout

Carisbrook Falls

Apollo Bay township

Marriners Falls

Otway Fly Tree Top walk

Maits Rest Forest walk

Cape Otway Lightouse and Kangaroo spotting

Castle Cove

Melba Gully Forest walk

Gibson Steps

The Twelve Apostles

Loch Ard Gorge

Port Campbell township

The Arches

London Bridge

The Grotto

Bay of Islands