Comfort Inn Port Campbell

2 Lord St Port Campbell VIC 3269 , Port Campbell, Victoria, 3269, Australia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2 Lord St Port Campbell VIC 3269 , Port Campbell, is near Port Campbell National Park.
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Travel Blogs from Port Campbell

The Great Otways National Park: Aire River (East)

A travel blog entry by purdonkeys on Mar 06, 2014

9 photos

... in his 40s or 50s took it upon himself to stand up for the youngsters, even though he wasn't a part if the original party. He had nothing to do with it originally but then managed to join in and prolong the party for another hour or so. The following day, the ranger did the rounds and after a few people had a word she stopped by their area and reminded them if the 10pm noise restriction. That night they were nowhere to be seen. ...

The Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by ronandmarysblog on Feb 22, 2014

5 photos

One of the world's most spectacular drives, The Great Ocean Road is 151 miles long and winding along spectacular cliffs, beautiful beaches and lots of small beach towns. It was great to drive into a town, find lunch or dinner and walk the beaches. There were several areas somewhat inland that were pretty boring, but the great views: The Twelve Apostles, Hyams Beach, Apollo Bay, Warrnambool cliff walk, more than made up for those miles! ...

Road tripping, part III

A travel blog entry by gfiveg on Feb 08, 2014

2 comments, 43 photos

... Are you kidding me?

We raced back to the truck, packed up our boards and wetsuits and headed down the trail, uh...actually a cliff. For my surf buddies back in San Diego, this made the Ho Chi Minh trail at Blacks looks like a Sunday stroll through Balboa Park.

Lowering ourselves using the rope, handing boards to one another in the sections that were close to un-makeable and stopping briefly from time to time, to witness another set of unridden waves roll through, ...

Road Kill Alley

A travel blog entry by peteindira on Feb 02, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... be a stressful experience.

A couple of hours after leaving Mount Gambier we finally made it out of roadkill alley and stopped off in the Tower Hill Reserve for lunch, hiking a volcano crater and some non lethal encounters with wild emus. Shortly after that we found ourselves on one of the most popular driving stretches in Australia, the Great Ocean Road. The tourist traffic - camper-vans and rentals cars - increased exponentially and ...

Day 7 - Great Ocean Road - 24.01.2014

A travel blog entry by daryl-sophie14 on Jan 24, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... out of Cape Otway we stopped off in koala territory and found a few sitting high up in the trees! Having a good sleep! (Sophie wishes she was a koala as they sleep 20 hours of the day) Kangaroos in the wild!!!! We pulled over on the side of the road as we could see some kangaroos in the distance, as we approached the field on foot, several of them came hopping out of the bush right in front of us, it was brilliant and was also great to see them in their natural ...