The Grotto

The Grotto

Port Campbell

Don't be disuayed if you don't see it straight away - The Grotto is a hidden gem along the Great Ocean Road. Make your way down to sea level and take a look through the arch towards the ocean; the vie...
Protecting 12 hectares of ocean waters, the Marengo Reefs Marine Sanctuary is the protected habitat for the creatures and coral life of Little Henty Reef. Both the inner and outer reef are exposed and...
Rising up from the Southern Ocean along the Great Ocean Road are some of Australia's most iconic rock formations - the Twelve Apostles. The rugged splendour of these limestone cliffs have called crowd...
Large in history and large at life, Barwon Park is a magnificent two storied bluestone mansion built between 1869 and 1871 by Thomas Austin. The 42 roomed mansion, now classified by the National Trust...
A coastal reserve along the world renowned Great Ocean Road, the Bay of Islands Coastal Park is a protected attraction encompassing sheer cliffs, scenic coastal views and dramatic coastal flora and fa...
London Arch

London Arch

Port Campbell

London Bridge is falling down? Yep - and now it's called London Arch... only in Australia. This spectacular arch is situated within Port Campbell National Park along the Great Ocean Road was originall...
Stretching along the Great Ocean Road from Torquay through the Otways, Great Otway National Park is a hinterland haven for those looking to explore what lies within Victoria's famous south eastern coa...
Easily one of the world’s most scenic drives, the Great Ocean Road follows the stunning coastline of Victoria’s south-west. Stretching 243 kilometres from Torquay, just south of Geelong, to Allansford...
Memorial Arch

Memorial Arch

Aireys Inlet

Constructed as a war memorial for soldiers who lost their lives in World War One, The Great Ocean Road is lined with monuments, one particular area being the Memorial Arch of Eastern View. Constructed...
Cheese World

Cheese World

Warrnambool

Cheese World is the show case for Warrnambool Cheese & Butter Factory’s national & international award winning produce & one of the south west’s most popular attractions. Situated on Australia's Great...
Apostle Whey Cheese

Apostle Whey Cheese

Port Campbell

Apostle Whey Cheese was established in 2002 by Julian and Dianne Benson after watching a story about cheese making on Landline. Julian and Dianne decided to investigate the possibility of making chees...
Jumpz Anglesea

Jumpz Anglesea

   Open Now

Anglesea

When exploring along the Great Ocean Road, schedule in some time to stretch sore legs after hours of driving at Jumpz Anglesea outdoor trampolining facility. Expend excess energy having fun jumping ar...
The Crags

The Crags

Port Fairy

Sandstone cliffs provide views of the coastal area. Skin diving is popular during calm weather.
Home of Portlands founding family, is a superb bluestone building in a garden setting.
Hopkins Falls

Hopkins Falls

Warrnambool

An attractive feature sometimes known as Warrnambool's Mini Niagara. In early summer hundreds of young eels can be seen fighting their way up the falls to reach the quiet waters upstream.
provides views of the Otway Ranges and the scenery bordering the Great Ocean Road.
Step back in time and climb aboard an open cockpit Tiger Moth for the flight of a lifetime. Optional mild to extreme aerobatics. Or, take a tour to the awesome 12 Apostles in the comfort of modern air...
Mt Noorat

Mt Noorat

Terang

Australia's largest, dry volcanic crater, 310m above sea level. A walking trail leads to the summit and offers extensive views of the western plains.
Wollaston Bridge

Wollaston Bridge

Warrnambool

Opened in 1890 at a cost of five thousand pounds. The original suspension cables used were taken from old Melbourne cable trams.