There are so many epic places to grab that perfect photo – here are a few faves and a few ones you may not know about!
The Logan Beach Whale Watching Platform east of the Hopkins River, is a perfect viewing point. You might even get a whale as a photo bomber during winter!
Alan Marshall Discovery Trail. One of Australia’s best preserved dry craters offering commanding views of surrounding peaks on the volcanic plain.
Every Sunday you can access the walk to the Mount Elephant Crater. Visible from 60 kilometres in every direction, Mount Elephant dominates the landscape and now you have the chance to put yourself on the top of it.
View the scenic lookout above the St George River and the Great Ocean Road for breathtaking views. This lookout is located at the end of George Street. There are three lookouts within a 30 minute connecting loop walk for the nature enthusiast.
Cape Patton is located between Kennett River and Wongarra and dominates the coastal views in it’s direction along the nearby coast
It wouldn’t be a selfie spot list without the 12 Apostles right?! One of the most well-known highlights of the Great Ocean Road is the majestic 12 Apostles. Situated in the Port Campbell National Park, these massive limestone structures tower 45 metres above the tempestuous Southern Ocean and leave visitors awe-struck by their size and beauty.
The 12 Apostles Coast & Hinterland region is home to Port Campbell National Park and of course the famous 12 Apostles – but here nature provides a gallery of so much more! London Bridge, Loch Ard Gorge, Bay of Islands, and that’s just a start of what you can see carved by the Southern Ocean on the coast.
Deservingly known as paradise by the sea, Apollo Bay is midway along the majestic Great Ocean Road, in the shelter of Cape Otway and on the lowest slopes of the beautiful Otway ranges.
This stunning spot is located between Lorne and Wye River. Just make sure you pull over and park safely.
A picture-postcard beach is a fitting end to the effort required to reach it. Presided over by the imposing bulk of Moonlight Head the sand gives way to a tessellated green sandstone platform that may be explored in calm conditions and low tides.
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