Travel Blogs from Great Ocean Road, Australia

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Come Rain and Shine, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Come Rain and Shine

A travel blog entry by lizandkev

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Our trip on the Great Ocean Road really was a game of two halves. The first half coming from Adelaide is the section with some of the more well-known sights like the 12 apostles, London bridge and Loch Ard Gorge. Things you just have to see. And see we ...

Land of Kangaroos, Koalas and Kolorful Birds, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Land of Kangaroos, Koalas and Kolorful Birds

A travel blog entry by charmedlife

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... months, I decided to hit the open road and test my driving skills on the left side of the street here in Australia. Considering I haven't driven at all since September, I've been doing quite well. Despite alarming road signs warning of 6ft tall ...

Rock Formation Glancing, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Rock Formation Glancing

A travel blog entry by escapetherace

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... this 100km wide channel into Melbourne ending up on the seabed. Just along the road was arguably what makes the Great Ocean Road, the Twelve Apostles. A whole bunch of rock stacks protruding from the sea, a stone's throw from the mainland, formed over ...

The Great Ocean Road - Day 238, The Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

The Great Ocean Road - Day 238

A travel blog entry by christosp

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... and blustery day as I drove to Warrnambool where the main highway joins the world famous tight, windy and gloriously picturesque Great Ocean Road. Stopped at the Bay of Islands first to gaze at the majestic rock formations sitting just off the coastline, ...

Great Ocean Road, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by carolandthomas

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... although the aussies don't seem to have heard of clotted cream which is very disappointing! The scenery along the Great Ocean Road is absolutely breathtaking and we also spotted more dolphins when we stopped to change drivers. Also spotted some ...

Sightseeing on the Great Ocean Road, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Sightseeing on the Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by jackie_n_james

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... in the morning but we saw bits of clearings in the clouds for sun so we went on our way to see the cliffs off the ocean road. First up we stopped at all the cliff lookouts which included the Grotto, London Bridge, Loch Ard Gorge and Thunder Cave, and The ...

Back to London Bridge, The Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Back to London Bridge

A travel blog entry by dazzla

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... slang for Yank). Finally there was J'ai L'eau, a French girl with a grande derriere a la Jennifer Lopez. The Great Ocean Road southwest of Melbourne twists and turns along the Southern Ocean coast making for some stunning scenery. The first stops were ...

Australia - Great Ocean Road, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Australia - Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by gonetilwhenever

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... down on the sand enjoying the views and taking in the splendour of this particularly dramatic part of the the Great Ocean Road. Having ascended Gibsons Steps we climbed back into Gizmo and proceeded along the Great Ocean Road, through Apollo Bay ...

'Team Cobba', The Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia travel blog

'Team Cobba'

A travel blog entry by scottwoz

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... Warrnambool and back again in time for tea. Five days would have been a perfect timeframe for consuming the delights of the Great Ocean Road, that is taking time to get stuck into some of the less obvious attractions and spectacles along the way - there ...

The Long and winding road, The Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

The Long and winding road

A travel blog entry by hodge

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... , up again at 9 we were ready for our first Ozzy road trip. A long journey laid ahead, the plan was to cruise along the great ocean road for the first day and up to the Grampians for the second day. I pick up Aimee and Charlotte (who I met in New ...

Great Ocean Road, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by jag

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... to get parking tickets costing us fifty dollars each and another days budget. The next day were off for a date with The Great Ocean Road probably the most Iconic stretch of road in Australia and something I had really been looking forward to. At first ...

Bus Trip From Hell, Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia travel blog

Bus Trip From Hell

A travel blog entry by irax

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... It didn't start brilliantly though, having to get to the bus for 7:30, driving around half of Melbourne and then along "Australia's most boring road, Melbourne to Geelong" as Ben put it. Even after the first 'proper' stop I was beginning to worry that ...

Ocean Drive, The Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Ocean Drive

A travel blog entry by stevejames

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Enough is Enough, Lorne, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Enough is Enough

A travel blog entry by rbisset

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... in the direction of the Suburb of Geelong and our destination of Torquay and the start of the B100, better known as the Great Ocean Road. After 350km's drive it was great to be back at the beach again so took the opportunity to stretch my legs and ...

"Relocation relocation relocation...!"

A travel blog entry by mattmcshane

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... was picked up by a very excitable Dan and Aaron at the airport. Because I had been asleep the last time I travelled along The Great Ocean Road, and Aaron had never done it before, we drove along it again. Although the weather wasn't as good as before, it ...

Driving along The Great Ocean Road, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Driving along The Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by alinmattrtw2005

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As the Blue Mountains deserves its own photo Album, then so does the stunning scenery of the Great Ocean ...

Great Ocean Road, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by lauraandrich

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We set off bight and early from Melbourne to hit the Great Ocean Road. The plan was to drive six hours, stay the night in Port Fairy and do another six hour journey the following day to get us to Adelaide. We hired a big 4 x 4 since there were five of us ...

The Great (and it is!) Ocean Road!, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

The Great (and it is!) Ocean Road!

A travel blog entry by dawn_smedley

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... like it! The 12 apostles are also amazing and I guess it´s the image that you have in your head when you think of the Great Ocean Road. I was in the bad books as well as we had filled up all our memory cards so had to resort to a disposable camera and ...

The Great Ocean Road, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

The Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by hillbill98

... , it turned out to be easier than I thought and we were soon motoring down the M1 towards Torquay and the start of the Great Ocean Road. Torquay was pretty busy so we moved on to Anglesea and stayed the night in a small independent hostel with a moth ...

Road Trip!, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Road Trip!

A travel blog entry by travelling3sum

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We managed to pursuade Micheal to do the Great Ocean Road with us and Mike, as we could fit another space in the car. We did a bit of driving to Anglsea and dropped our things off at Tim and Louise's holiday home which they kindly lent to us for a couple ...

The Great Ocean Road, The Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia travel blog

The Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by nickandmilly

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... cricket before sampling the local cuisine.   We stayed for 1 night in Lorne and then drove the remaining stretch of the Great Ocean Road (The Shipwreck Coast - there are 200 known shipwrecks along here) up to Port Fairy, where we spent the night and ...

Twelve Apostels..., Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Twelve Apostels...

A travel blog entry by upandaway_gk

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Mitten im Touristenzentrum (und wir sind Gegenverkehr nicht mehr gewöhnt) haben wir uns an der Great Ocean Road die bekannten "Twelve Apostels" und einige ihrer ähnlichen Abkömmlingen angesehen.... danach gings weiter zu den ...

First night in the tent on a rest area..., Just before the Great Ocean road, Australia travel blog

First night in the tent on a rest area...

A travel blog entry by froggies

... but we survived ;-) to be honest we were not ready and our lack of experience about camping in Australia made us beleive we could go sleeping wearing shorts and T-shirts... we were really really really wrong! On the way to the Great Ocean road... ...

Sept 18, 05 (Sunday)--Continued, West of Melbourne to the Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Sept 18, 05 (Sunday)--Continued

A travel blog entry by marvroki

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The most famous section of the Great Ocean Road is the Twelve Apostles (now only 8), carved out of the soft limestone headland by fierce ocean waves. We headed inland for our overnight accommodation at the Log Cabin Ranch in Monbulk. The church service ...

The East End - In Motion Along The Ocean, Kennett River, Australia travel blog

The East End - In Motion Along The Ocean

A travel blog entry by handytravels

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The East End – The Great Ocean Road The sheer volume of things to do along the Great Ocean road didn't really sink in until we’d wandered into the information office. We’d gotten out of Melbourne as quickly as we could; although perhaps ...

A Scenic Tour, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

A Scenic Tour

A travel blog entry by travelbuggie

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... Bay winding up and down hills and passing some really beautiful fields full of grazing cattle and sheep.After an hour or so the Great Ocean Roady goes back along the sea at Port Campbell National Park, where we had our stops at the scenic points. The ...

My Goldilocks Adventures in the Rainforest, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

My Goldilocks Adventures in the Rainforest

A travel blog entry by ms-diana

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... made us a nice breakfast. It was sad leaving the cabin, but the rest of the day was pretty nice. We traveled to Great Ocean Road and saw where the aboriginals lived for thousands of years. The rock formations have decayed and left pieces of rock in the ...

Great Ocean Road, Great Ocean Road, Australia travel blog

Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by cathyandjohn

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... put the camera away it started to rain... But the weather had cleared again when we got to the B100, better known as the Great Ocean Road. First bit of coast that we got to is a really good area for surfing, so we jumped into our wetsuits and unloaded ...

Adelaide to Melbourne, Great Ocean Road Trip, Australia travel blog

Adelaide to Melbourne

A travel blog entry by wagsnetberd

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... at the end made her turn GREEN and be grateful of solid ground!! What an exciting ride! The Great Ocean Road was beautiful and provided some fantastic experiences and sights .... but couldn't help thinking that Devon and ...

The spectacular

The spectacular "Great Ocean Road"

A travel blog entry by bjornrosier

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... apostles and the area around - but this section is so fantastic that we can only advise everyone to visit the Great Ocean Road during a trip to Australia. From Lourne it was another 2 hours to Melbourne. The capital of Victoria is well known as the great ...

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