Beacon Point Ocean View Villas
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... around and a lot of cleanup to be done. Both of these locations provided amazing views of the rocky cliffs on one side and the ocean rushing in on the other. Our next stop was Point Addis before heading on through Anglesea to Aireys Inlet. There, we made a pit stop at Freestone’s Roadhaven which is a ‘60s diner and malt shop. The owners of this fine establishment have acquired a collection of classic cars that are on ...
... the road...taking it in. Words fail me in attempting to convey how spectacular it is. I kept meandering down the road and eventually I hit the twelve apostles....big sign....turn left...strange...the ocean is to the right...fine...I did. Holy ****...tourist hell.....packed parking lot buses ...the works. I parked pretty much at the entrance. Hopped off and tried to sort it out. For those not in the know....the twelve apostles are left ...
The Great Ocean Road is beautiful, it was so nice being by the coast and visiting the small seaside towns!
Marie especially loved seeing Koala Bears!!
Josh loved the Forrest Brewery located off the main track!!
We both loved Stevensons Falls and Sawpit Picnic Area in the Narrawong Forest. Both of these sites were free camping areas and very popular too. At Sawpit we had a friend have breaky with us each morning, ...
... double bridge. In 1990, one of the bridges suddenly collapsed, leaving 2 tourists stuck on the new island. They eventually got rescued by helicopter, and now have an amazing story to tell.
That night, our campsite was even better, and it wasn’t raining. We did our usual circuit around the campground, trying to find the best spot. At the far end, we came across 3 wallabies that were sniffing around a picnic table. We pulled out the ...
... to the metal to get to the 12 Apostles before dark. Despite our best attempts to get lost, we did reach it in time. The apostles were brilliant to behold, and even without a stunning sunset, they were still spectacular to see. After waiting to see if the sun would pierce the clouds (on Hannah’s orders) we eventually threw in the towel and headed toward our accommodation for the night. Our room turned out to be one of the ...