Great Ocean Road Adventures

Where to Travel in Australia

Where to Travel in Australia’s Great Ocean Road Region

The road itself winds over 240 kilometres of divine ocean vistas, native bush and fertile hinterland. It offers dozens of destinations and hundreds of attractions. For some inspiration as to where to travel within Australia here are our top 4 Big Nature attractions in the Great Ocean Road Region:

  1. The Twelve Apostles: The location of these magnificent 45+ metre high limestone rock formations will take your breath away. Once you’ve enjoyed their natural features you can visit the Twelve Apostles Centre to learn more about their history.
  2. The Great Otway National Park: Our region isn’t just about the coastline but the rain-forested hinterland as well. This massive national park holds waterfalls, ancient trees, tree ferns and unique wildlife.
  3. Port Campbell National Park: This park extends between the towns of Peterborough and Princetown, in addition to the Twelve Apostles, it boasts other features such as Loch Ard Gorge, London Bridge, The Arch and the Grotto.
  4. Bells Beach: Home to the international Rip Curl Pro surf event this beach with cliff-faces and views is a great place to spot marine life and surfers offshore.

Where to Get More Info About The Great Ocean Road Region

For more advice about travel in Australia and the Great Ocean Road, check out our Plan Your Trip section or contact one of our Visitor Information Centres to get advice from a local expert.

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Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the Great Ocean Road region the Wadawuurung, Eastern Maar & Gunditjmara. We pay our respects to their Ancestors, past present and emerging. We recognise and respect their unique cultural heritage and the connection to their traditional lands. We commit to building genuine and lasting partnerships that recognise, embrace and support the spirit of reconciliation, working towards self-determination, equity of outcomes and an equal voice for Australia’s first people.