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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        The Great ocean road and the magic bus

        A travel blog entry by aussie15 on Nov 06, 2015

        33 photos

        ... but eventually had a spot for us, only $100 for all of us.
        I didn't have much food with me but the group invited me to eat together with them. We ate at the indoor fireplace, since the weather had changed to very windy, cold and a bit of rain. We stayed here until midnight, some people played on the guitar, we had drinks and fire. Earlier this day I could not imagine nor wish that my evening would be like this. Dave the ...

        Robe to Peterborough

        A travel blog entry by hsa on Oct 18, 2015

        12 photos

        ... foam – this is an angry ocean. The petrified forest turns out to be some geological formation of limestone tubes but they do look for all the world like tree stumps.

        We get petrol in nearby Portland, which was the first place settled in Victoria, but haven’t got time to stop. The road between there and Warrnambool is unremarkable; you know you are near the sea but can’t see it most of the time. It’s very farmed, with livestock, regular farms ...

        The Final Journey

        A travel blog entry by philosophizermd on Apr 12, 2015

        39 photos

        ... I didn’t realize until today that there’s actually a walk that follows a good bit of the Great Ocean Road. It can be hiked at a normal pace in about 8 days and allows you to experience the countryside from a completely different perspective than most people ever do.

        Triplet Falls was next on our list and showcased not only a unique collection of waterfalls but also an old, steam driven sawmill from back in the day. How on earth ...

        Not Quite Twelve Apostles

        A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Mar 09, 2015

        7 photos

        ... word roaring, because I simply can't think of any other way to describe what it was doing. Maybe croaking. Having seen a handful of fluffy balls perched in the trees like the world's hairiest birds, we made our way to our lunch time location where we got to have a small pizza each and we met a couple of ladies who were from Seaford and a girl from Belgium. Barry however was on a very strict schedule and had already threatened to leave multiple people ...

        Great Ocean Road

        A travel blog entry by stephaniemuijs on Feb 14, 2015

        9 photos

        ... they’re quite fresh as well. ;-) A couple of days earlier… Elize, Linda, me and others were doing this bicycle tour in Melbourne. While zipping a Melbourne coffee E & L were talking about this tour they’re about to do this weekend. The Teepee Tour. ‘Two guys who quit their jobs, bought a van and a teepee and organize these cool random tours along the Great Ocean Road’. That sounded like music to ...