BEST WESTERN Apollo Bay Motel and Apartments
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... 8217;ve got all the maps with me now so I’m going to sit down and try to get it figured out before in the morning so we will be ready to go. I’ll have to admit I didn’t realize there was so much to do and see along the Great Ocean Road. I thought it was just a scenic drive and that was about it, but that’s not the case at all. You could easily spend 3-4 days out hiking and seeing everything this majestic journey has to offer.
... are being created with new stacks slowly separating from the cliffs. It may take several lifetimes, but who knows, maybe one day there will be twelve Apostles here.
The next morning we finally reached the end of our mammoth journey along the Great Ocean Road and turned our sights on Melbourne. As we pulled up to a viewpoint before joining the freeway, Ness cried out “DOLPHINS!” What a way to ...
So we headed out of Melbourne to Torquay to start our Great Ocean Road road trip, but started off by hitting some of the surf outlet shops for a spot of retail therapy before finding a cute little deli cafe for an early lunch. We then headed over to Bell’s Beach where Point Break was filmed and then on to Split Point Lighthouse which is where ‘Round the Twist’ was filmed. I always loved that show and wanted to live in a lighthouse as ...
... road ahead of us, going so fast that some skidded and almost fell. We were amazed but in hysterics at the same time. Walking around the Wildlife Park, we manged to spot Emus, Encindas, Lizards and last but not least Koalas, all in their natural habitats.
Driving on the GOR, with cliff edges on one side and the deep blue ocean on the other was amazing. It reminded us of highway 1 on the west coast of America, stopping off at various points to take in ...
... Apollo Bay but ended up in Kennett River which is only about 15 kms east of Apollo Bay which, at the time of booking, before we got to experience that part of the GOR we thought would be fine and would be just a short drive......we were wrong there, I'll expand on that later. Anyway, we plugged the address into the GPS and odd we toddled. Well, to say that it was an eventful drive would be a major understatement!! It was nothing short of hair raising!! We had no ...