The Great Ocean Road is truly one of the world's great road trips, with white sandy beaches and little coves, lazy seaside villages and lush bush-covered hills. The best-known feature of this spectacular drive is the 12 Apostles, the huge and mysterious group of rock stacks just offshore between Anglesea and Port Campbell.
There are dozens of bush and bay walks, with the ultimate goal the Great Ocean Walk that stretches 104 kms from Apollo Bay to within sight of the 12 Apostles.
Inland is the richly green Otway National Park, where tall trees, relic plants and graceful ferns create some of Australia's best rainforest vistas. Waterfalls, fern-fringed ponds, steep cliffs and views of secluded beaches add to your experience.
And more than a dozen seaside towns and resorts are strung out along the road, so you can stop for a night or two and explore the local history, shopping, cafes, food and wine.
Highlights include Great Ocean Road, Bells Beach, Koalas, Ancient Otway’s Rainforest, Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, Wildlife Park, Kangaroos, Phillip Island, Port Phillip Bay Ferry crossing and Penguin Parade.
Prices from $259 per person.
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