Beacon Point Ocean View Villas

Address: 270 Skenes Creek Road, Apollo Bay, Victoria, 3233, Australia | Villa
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This villa, located on 270 Skenes Creek Road, Apollo Bay, is near Great Grape Road.
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      Travel Blogs from Apollo Bay

      Koalas and Kangaroos

      A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Dec 16, 2014

      60 photos

      ... denen 2 sogar Babies hatten! Glücklicherweise ließen diese sich nur wenig von unserem Auto stören, so dass wir grandiose Bilder machen konnten.

      Leider sind die Nächte zur Zeit noch recht kalt und die Tage zum Teil ziemlich verregnet und dabei dachten wir, dass es uns in Australien schnell zu heiß werden wird und wir uns die Kälte Neuseelands zurück wünschen werden. Aber nein, Regen in Australien! Wer hätte gedacht, dass es das hier im Sommer überhaupt ...

      Great Ocean Road

      A travel blog entry by cortney-derek on Dec 12, 2014

      36 photos

      Our latest outing took us to the world famous Great Ocean Road along the southern coast of Victoria. The road was built as a memorial to the Australian soldiers who fought in World War I and is carved into the weather beaten cliffs by soldiers needing work after returning from the war. The road stretches for nearly 250 km from Torquay to Warrnambool running along the coast and through giant Gumtree forests in Otway National Park. The drive could ...

      Baby, It's Cold Outside

      A travel blog entry by paulanddara on Dec 03, 2014

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... birds leave for the 15,000km migration to the Aleutian Islands up by Alaska. The young birds live off all the fat that they've stored up in three months of doing nothing but stuffing their faces, until they figure out all by themselves how to fly and then automatically know to set off on the same 15,000km migration to meet up with their parents by the Arctic circle. I thought that this was absolutely incredible and a little reminder of how amazing nature is. The mutton ...

      Day 39 - Apollo Bay

      A travel blog entry by laylaandjed on Oct 08, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      Left Barwon Heads Mon morning. Brekky in Torquay, lunch Airey's Inlet and arrived in Apollo Bay in the late arvo. We drove past our intended river campsite by accident and ended up in the Big 4 here. The Kid's wanted to stay (games room, heated pool, playground) so 1 night became 3.
      Took a drive up to some forest walk yesterday and then searched for some nice muddy tracks to blow off some steam. First one was blocked by a fallen tree, ...

      Kennett River, Apollo Bay and some of Lorne

      A travel blog entry by melaniesch on Mar 05, 2014

      2 comments, 23 photos

      ... the only route we could take to get us there took us straight through the middle of the Otway Ranges. For those who haven't been there, think of a combination of insanely narrow roads, high high high cliffs with no guard railings, massive rainforest, fog so thick we literally could only see about 2 metres in front of us, log trucks coming the other way on a single vehicle width road and add to that towing a massive caravan and only going an average of about 30 ...