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Is it even the summer holidays if you’re not devouring some fresh local seafood? Here are some places to checkout 👇

1. @fishbymoonlite - Best potato cake you will ever try, as well as the freshest fish and 🍟 

2. @apollobayfishcoop 🦞 🦞 

3. @thewharfatportfairy - Try the seafood platter for two. 

4. @birdhouse.apollobay - Known for its fresh locally caught fish. 🎣 

5. @apollobaybakery - For its famous scallop 🥧

And if you are a serious seafood lover don’t miss Apollo Bay’s @apollobayseafoodfestival in February 🦞
With an international reputation as one of Australia’s best surf beaches,📍Bells Beach is an amazing spot – either in the water or out. There isn’t much ‘beach’ at Bells, it’s mostly a glorious cliff-face, and views from the cliff-top car park are spectacular – a great spot to watch local surfers out in the water.  Epic shot by @benrolfs.jpg 🏄‍♂️ ☀️ 🌊 

@exploresurfcoast #bellsbeach #visitvictoria #visitmelbourne #australia @australia #greatopia #greatoceanroad #stayclosegofurther
There are so many activities for families to do throughout the Great Ocean Road region, but we’ve picked out our top 7 to get you started!

1. Explore the rock pools. Pea soup, Port Fairy and Soapy Rocks, Anglesea are great! 

2. Push bike fun 🚴 
There are lots of fantastic mountain bike trails, rail trails, town paths and promenades across the region for families to enjoy a bike ride together. 

3. Slow down with a family picnic 🧺 
Lorne has some of our favourite spots like Blanket Leaf, Sheoak Picnic Areas or Shelley Beach.

4. Take a (fun!) history lesson @flagstaffhill_warrnambool 

5. Pick your own berries 🍓 
Pick-your-own berry farms:
@great_ocean_road_berryworld 
@surfcoaststrawberryfields 
@pennyroyalraspberryfarm 

6. Get adventurous in a canoe 🛶 @angleseapaddleboats  can get you out on the river in no time! 

7. Go deep into the rainforest 🌳
visit @otwayflyvictoria or @livewirepark, trek to a  waterfall or see if you can spot the 🧚‍♀️ in the redwood forest.
What a year! 

Let the 2023 adventures begin!!! 

#greatoceanroad #greatopia #visitvictoria #visitmelbourne @australia @sallysees
Checkout all our must see Summer Events!
A 3km long eastern facing beach, Apollo Bay provides safe, patrolled waters for walking, swimming, surfing, fishing, boating, sand castle building and beach cricket. Starting at the South end of the beach, Point Bunbury and the harbour wall create a protected bay best suited for families and leisurely bathers. This is the area patrolled by the Apollo Bay Life Saving Club during the summer months and popular weekends. ☀️ 🌊 

@visit_apollobay #iamapollobay #greatoceanroad #greatopia #summer #visitvictoria #visitmelbourne #apollobay
It’s not summer unless you are sampling the local produce and meeting the makers and craters of the Great Ocean Road. Here are 5 local markets to check out!
Merry Christmas & HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!! 
Thanks for following along in 2022. 🎅 🏄‍♀️ 🎄 

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Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the Great Ocean Road region the Wadawurrung, Eastern Maar & Gunditjmara. We pay our respects to their Elders, 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.