Tag Archives: Great Ocean Road

The Twelve Apostles at Port Campbell National Park — photos

The Twelve Apostles at Port Campbell National Park is a ‘must do’ activity if you are visiting Victoria. The Twelve Apostles are an iconic Australian landscape used on many tourist brochures and advertisements, and regularly feature on Australian photo calendars. After visiting, you will see why. The Twelve Apostles are a spectacular and rugged landscape carved out of limestone cliffs by the swells and wind of the Southern Ocean.┬áThe harsh weather conditions havemore »

Driving the Great Ocean Road — photos

I detoured via the Great Ocean Road on my way back from a family holiday in Tasmania driving home to Brisbane. The day before I had driven from Hobart to Devonport, via Strahan (see story here). I had had a rather sleepless night on the Spirit of Tasmania, and now wanted to get to Warrnambool by the evening. The Great Ocean Road starts at Torquay. One of the world’s most famous surfing beaches,more »