Great Ocean Road
The Great Ocean Road region is best known for the world famous twelve Apostles and the beautiful long winding coastal road. Begining in Torquay, followed by Lorne, Apollo Bay, which is the heart of the Great Ocean Road region and ending in Warrnambool. The area is perfect for water activities including swimming in clear waters, sea kayak with local seals, surfing and deep-sea fishing to name a few. Explore national and state parks with waterfalls and take a treetop walk along the Otway Fly enjoying a bird's eye view of the magnificent Otways rainforest. There are many panoramic lookouts of the Twelve Apostles, which will take your breath away. Or view them from above in a helicopter flight. Shop along the way at gift shops, galleries and teahouses. Eat gourmet food at local cafés and restaurants specialising in fresh seafood. Visit mainland Australia's oldest lighthouse in Cape Otway. Best of all you can access the Great Ocean Road in 90 minutes. Visit the Great Ocean Road Region today and be amazed at the Wonder of the Twelve Apostles.
Geelong is best known for the gateway to the Great Ocean Road and is Victoria's second largest city. Experience the diverse cultural and colonial history this unique north-facing bay city has to offer. Dine at one of the many restaurants and cafes along the waterfront and sample some fine wines at local vineyards. Visit Victoria's biggest theme park - Adventure Park Geelong which is home to some of the best water rides in Australia. Stroll through the Botanic Gardens and visit the Old Geelong Gaol. View public art works along the stunning waterfront, the art deco-style pool and restored pavilion at Eastern Beach. Geelong has so much to offer and is only just over an hours drive from Melbourne.
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Bell Post Hill
Skenes Creek North
St Albans Park
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