Casa Favilla

Address: 18 Great Ocean Road , Apollo Bay, Victoria, 3233, Australia | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 18 Great Ocean Road , Apollo Bay, is near Great Grape Road.
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      Hobert to Apollo Bay, Australia's Great Ocean Road

      A travel blog entry by jayneamurrill on Oct 19, 2014

      9 photos

      ... meal in it or something. Not the best, but the decor of the place was great. After our not so great meal, Mrs. B rode a kangaroo. We visited the lighthouse at Airys Inlet. Next we stopped at the Erskine Falls, beautiful. We got a picture of a kookaburra. They are everywhere. Next stop was the search for koalas in the wild. We had to find the Grey River Road in Kennett River. There they were, everywhere ...

      Great Ocean Road and The Grampians

      A travel blog entry by peteandal on Apr 01, 2014

      5 photos

      ... it hadn't stopped raining. Pete made scrambled eggs and beans for breakfast and we headed to the Otway Tree Top walk. Once we arrived at Otway walk, the rain eased off, we paid $25 each to do the walk which was quite a lot but it was really cool. We walked the circuit which took us about an hour. The circuit consisted of a nice forest walk and a 300m tree top walk along bridges 45m above ground through a forest that before the logging started (about 100 years ago) was twice ...

      On the Road Again

      A travel blog entry by gfiveg on Feb 03, 2014

      7 comments, 22 photos

      ... These two, along with their dog Indo, were well stocked enough bad ass camping gear, they could open an REI outlet! The next day, because the surf was blown out, I hiked the coastline, once again finding amazing discoveries around every corner. I ran into the same couple on the beach later that afternoon, and despite the surf conditions looking like class 6 white water river, we decided to head out to catch a few. The water was moving around in so many directions, it was ...

      The start of the great Ocean Road..

      A travel blog entry by kscullion291 on Jan 20, 2014

      So we began our journey on the infamous Great Ocean Road. We were going to drive from Melbourne to Adelaide and take around 4 days to do it, with many stops along the way!

      We left Melbourne after a huge cafe breakfast in St Kilda and headed towards the coast. It was a few hours drive before our first stop in Queenscliff and Oceanbridge. Great beaches and views but we weren't prepared for how windy and chilly it would be! A full days driving with stop offs at different ...

      The Shipwreck Coast

      A travel blog entry by dulcielofting on Dec 20, 2013

      5 photos

      ... are the big draw that everyone heads for and they are a fantastic sight, although one can only actually see eight in one go, as the other four are obscured by the headland. Equally interesting to me was the beautifully adapted flora growing on the cliff top. We were seeing it in bloom of course which helped, but it is a tapestry of texture and colour in such a windswept, salt laden atmosphere. Mother Nature at her most inventive. The countryside from here ...