Nelson's Perch Bed & Breakfast

54 Nelson Street, Apollo Bay, Victoria, 3233, Australia | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Apollo Bay

Apollo Bay and the Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by melnscottgriska


... on the roadside. Now, we've seen a heap of koalas in our time but it was pretty cool to actually see some in the wild, and awake and moving! A little further down the road and all by ourselves we found another koala just strolling down the road. I was able to get out of the car and practically walk right up to it and get some photos. I have never seen a koala walk before, it was so special to watch! All rugged up and with rain coats on for the first time in this trip ...

Delving deeper down Great Ocean Rd

A travel blog entry by maxandnat


... coast. That night, we met up with Czech girls who were staying at a camp site they had paid for, we found a free spot at the back of some lovely shops right next to a bowling green. The girls offered if we would like to use their luxury on site hot shower, we didn't want to be rude, so took them up on their offer as well as a few candlelit cups of tea and great chat around their hired van. Today was an eventful fun ...

Great Ocean Road, from Geelong to Lavers Hill

A travel blog entry by cyclist123


... ride. I didn't have any problems with the wind at all - presumably as the windy nature of the road combined with the steep cliffs gave a lot of cover from the wind. After another hour and forty five minutes of riding, I arrived at Apollo Bay. It was 6 pm, but I knew that sundown here was about 8.30, so I decided to get some decent food to fuel myself (a tasty Greek lamb kebab), rest for 30 minutes and try to ride for another hour and a half, hopefully getting near to ...

Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by jasonandtiff


... sky we pressed on toward perhaps the most renowned site along the GOR - the 12 apostles rock formations. Our first glimpse of these remaining lime and sandstone cliffs was up close, from the beach after descending the cliff side Gibson's steps. We trudged joyously along the beach with sand whipping at our hoods and salty mist on our lips until two natural stone wonders stood tall in front of us, refusing to be bullied by the mean sea at their feet. From there, ...

Day 43: Apollo Bay

A travel blog entry by tanys


... based pie went down well. Backtracked a few miles to the limestone formation,' London Bridge'. I'll leave the photographs to explain it's dramatic story. Next onto 'The Arch'. All these spots have a walkway from the carpark and viewing platforms to view the formations. Nicely done to have minimum impact on the country. The stacks are formed by the sea's relentless action against the cliffs eroding the softer limestone away at a rate of about 2cm a year. Harder areas are ...

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