It official, The Great Ocean Road now ends at the South Australian Border. Many people have assumed for years that The Great Ocean Road finishes at the 12 Apostles, but many attractions are past what was the 'official' end of the road near Warrnambool. It makes sense that the road is now recognised to continue to Port Fairy and beyond.
Photography Tours on the Great Ocean Road. The Great Ocean Road region attracts photographers from all over the world, and for good reason... It's spectacular!
If you want a quiet, relaxing and romantic getaway, then Aireys Inlet is the perfect place for you. Pristine beaches, a famous Lighthouse and an intimacy found in few other Great Ocean Road towns.
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After a long day exploring the Great Ocean Road or tramping the Great ocean walk...put your feet up & relax ......in your home away from home. Perched
Honeymoon is the best romantic and private period for a couple’s life and plays the key role to increase the love meter between them. People love to go
last year a friend and I wanted to spend some time around Lorne checking out the place and getting better with our cameras. Lorne was stunning and because
Landscape Photographer Michael Willem shares his favourite & most beautiful Waterfalls in the Otway & Great Ocean Road region, and the best ways to experience them.
Queenscliff is a classic seaside town, with heritage architecture lining the main street, which further adds to the charm of the place. With its rich maritime and military history, 19th Century archit
There are many famous shipwrecks scattered along the Great Ocean Road. There are few coastlines as infamous for shipwrecks as Victoria's South West Coast, otherwise known as the Shipwreck Coast.
Barwon Heads is only a small coastal town but it offers so much variety- not only has it been the setting for a popular Australian television show, but the area also caters for golfing enthusiasts and
When you think of Australian animals the first ones that probably pop into your head are kangaroos and koalas, whereas in reality Australia is host to an amazing array of animals with widely differing
Some Koala Facts You May Or May Not Know A trip to Australia wouldn't be complete without getting a glimpse or two of it's much loved native, the Koala.
Wreck Beach is another one of those 'Secret Spots' on the Great Ocean Road. The beach is named for its two prominent shipwrecks; The Fiji, and the Marie Gabrielle, whose anchors serve as a...
Beautiful Beauchamp Falls: The sister of Hopetoun Falls