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Great Ocean Road Attactions

The Twelve Apostles.

There are many attractions along the Great Ocean Road. One day to see the Great Ocean Road just isn't long enough to enjoy the sites. The Great Ocean Road was voted the Number 1 destination in a competition run by the RACV. There are the 12 Apostles, (although there are now only 8), the Cape Otway Lightstation, Otway Fly Treetop Walk, rainforest walks, waterfalls, Bay of Islands, Bay of Martyrs, the Great Ocean Walk, Beaches, Surfing and many more.

Amongst all of this is the wide selection of wildlife. Along the Great Ocean Road and the surroundings, koalas, kangaroos, echidnas, seals, whales, dolphins can all be found.

The Twelve Apostles

The Twelve Apostles.

The Twelve Apostles are giant rock stacks situated just outside Port Campbell on the Great Ocean Road. Parks Victoria has created boardwalks and viewing areas so guests can have a spectacular view of the Apostles.

The Southern Ocean has gradually eroded the sandstone leaving arches and stacks. In future years more Apostles are likely to be created and the current Apostles are likely to also change shape or collapse. On of the Apostles collapsed in July 2005.     More...

Cape Otway Light Station

Cape Otway Lightstation

The Cape Otway Lightstation is mainland Australia's oldest Light Station. The Light station was built in 1848. The Light has now been replaced by a beacon the the Light station and it's grounds contain many historical artifacts and information. There are many stories of shipwrecks and you can certainly imagine how isolated the light keepers and their families were in the 1900s.     More...

Otway Fly Tree Top Walk - Beech Forest

Otway Fly Treetop Walk

The Otway Fly Treetop Walk is the world's longest and highest tree top walk. It is 600m long and 47m high. Escape the heat of the summer by walking into the rainforest. The Otway fly is a perfect outing for families and also provides lunches, wine and gourmet food.    More...

Walking in the Otways

Walking in the Otways at Aire River

The Otways are a walking paradise. The cooler climates of Southern Victoria provide many months of suitable walking conditions. There are many short walks and of course the increasingly popular Great Ocean Walk which is about 91 kms long. Please see further links for detailed information at the bottom of each page.