"Great Ocean Road" Tourism Victoria

Great Ocean Road Accommodation
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Discover the breath-taking coastline of the Great Ocean Road of south-west Victoria. Travel one of the world's most scenic roads through an extended area that includes the world-famous Twelve Apostles, the Otways rainforest, Bells Beach, on the Surf Coast, and the Great Ocean Road itself.


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Driving the Great Ocean Road experience resort towns like Torquay, Lorne and Apollo Bay, the coastal cities of Geelong and Warrnambool, and the historic villages of Queenscliff, Port Campbell, Port Fairy and Portland.

Starting 100km south west of Melbourne the Great Ocean Road works its way along the stunning coastline of Victoria's south-west. Recognised as one of the world's most scenic drives, the Great Ocean Road stretches for over 300 kilometres, from Torquay, just south of Geelong, to Warrnambool. For most of the distance the road hugs the coastline.

Torquay is a popular surfing spot and the Great Ocean Road leads past a collection of surfing and swimming beaches. Between Anglesea, Lorne and Apollo Bay the Great Ocean Road features the beautiful contrast of the ocean beaches on one side and the forests and mountains of the Otway Ranges on the other.

The Otway Ranges stretch from Anglesea to Cape Otway and offer beautiful hills, waterfalls, excellent walking tracks and picnic spots. At Apollo Bay the Great Ocean Road leaves the coast and winds through the rainforest of Cape Otway.

The Great Ocean Road returns to hug the coastline along the entire length of the Port Campbell National Park. This stretch offers dramatic coastal scenery, with the road twisting and turning. Along this stretch of the Great Ocean Road is an amazing collection of rock sculptures such as 'The Twelve Apostles' - huge stone pillars looming out of the surf - and 'London Bridge', a rocky promontory arch carved out by the sea.

The Great Ocean Road boasts ocean surf beaches and safe swimming beaches, a boat harbour, golf courses, weekend craft markets, fine dining, wineries, nature & eco tours, including seal watching, and excellent fishing and, the Great Ocean Walk. Together these make the Great Ocean Road an unforgettable place to visit. Services and Transport is plentiful.

Take your pick from bed and breakfasts, self-contained cottage stays, guest house bed and breakfast, rural accommodation, luxury and romantic accommodation, retreats, beach holiday houses and apartment rentals. Accommodation choices are suitable for couples, families, large and small groups and pet owners. 
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