Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road – Victoria’s long and winding wonder…….

Starting its journey at Torquay near Geelong, The Great Ocean Road winds it’s way along the Otways coastline through the well known seaside townships of Anglesea, Aireys Inlet, Lorne, Apollo Bay and Port Campbell to it’s finishing point at Warrnambool and Port Fairy.

There’s no doubt that the Great Ocean Road in Victoria is one of the most recognised scenic wonders of Australia, with the Twelve Apostles a world famous landmark.

Some of the highlights along the Great Ocean Road are:

  • The Cape Otway Lightstation
  • Johanna Beach (pet friendly)
  • Maits Rest Rainforest Walk
  • Apollo Bay beaches (pet friendly)
  • Split Point Lighthouse at Aireys Inlet
  • Bells Beach at Torquay
  • Erskine Falls at Lorne
  • Melba Gully Rainforest Walk and Glow Worm display at night
  • The Great Ocean Walk
  • Wreck Beach and the Anchors at Moonlight Head
  • Gibsons Steps
  • The Twelve Apostles
  • Loch Ard Gorge, and Port Campbell National Park

The Great Otway National Park is an inspiring and exceptional part of the Great Ocean Road, with its amazing rainforest and awesome cliffs.

The Rainforest Walks at Maits Rest, Triplet Falls and Melba Gully are a sublime retreat into an ancient world of tall trees and huge ferns. The Otway Ranges offer many many walks for those wishing to explore nature
at its very best!

The Great Ocean Road is on your doorstep when you take a break at Cape Otway Cottages.