Waves

Address: 29 Lord St , Port Campbell, Victoria, 3269, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 29 Lord St , Port Campbell, is near Twelve Apostles and Port Campbell National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Campbell

    The Final Journey

    A travel blog entry by philosophizermd on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... They brought a piano, cameras, lights, generators, the whole works and set up right in the middle of the redwoods. I’ve got a short video of some of the music as well as the drive in to the forest. Once you see the video of the drive down the gravel road you’ll be astounded at how they got all that back in there. Speaking of the drive, there has been everything from crashing waves to mountains to farm land to rainforests to cattle ...

    Not Quite Twelve Apostles

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Mar 09, 2015

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    ... When we found one it looked pretty harmless. I don't think it could do much damage. Our final stops on our trip were the Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge which were a number of geological features on the rather boisterous sea front. The Twelve Apostles, of which there are only nine, are quite impressive. Huge lime stone stacks loitering in the aggressive surf and from any one view point you can only ever see seven at once. Why are they called ...

    Gables Lookout to the 12 Apostles 19km

    A travel blog entry by anniehanson on Mar 08, 2015

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    ... almost no one it was quite a shock to the system. Fortunately though the bus arrived and we headed back to Apollo Bay, after a stop for our bags at the B&B. Given that we were in a small 7 seater (the van had had engine issues) with a driver and 5 people, and with enough luggage for 10 people, Rob had a nice nap in the back of the car snuggled up with a Nike sportsbag. The GOR walk is highly recommended and well worth the effort, especially with some lovely B&B ...

    Day 5 - Each day gets better and better

    A travel blog entry by roisinororke on Dec 12, 2014

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    Just when we thought we couldn't top the previous day Victoria pulls out another amazing location out of the bag. We left Lorne bright and early to continue our trip down the Great Ocean Road. The whole trip is pretty much a coastal drive and the views are stunning. We stopped off in one of the mini towns along the way to pick up some picnic snacks and had a quick walk on one of the small beaches. Even at 9am the sun was out and there was hardly a cloud in the sky. After ...

    Sightseeing on the Great Ocean Road

    A travel blog entry by abeadventures on Nov 17, 2014

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    ... a nearby restaurant she recommended. She and her Australian husband Michael just got a little black miniature poodle named Zellie May who was adorable. We spent the rest of the evening eating, drinking wine and telling stories.
    (Editor's note: on travel days I have more time to write long, detailed entries like this. Today I am writing about the Great Ocean Road as we are on a 9 hour bus ride from Christchurch to Queenstown, New Zealand. More about that trip ...