Chris's Beacon Point Restaurant & Villas

Address: 280 Skenes Creek Road, Apollo Bay, Victoria, 3232, Australia | 4 star villa
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This 4 star villa, located on 280 Skenes Creek Road, Apollo Bay, is near Great Grape Road.
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      Travel Blogs from Apollo Bay

      Great Ocean Odyssey

      A travel blog entry by skye.roxby on Nov 22, 2014

      11 photos

      ... view from the top. The boys happily climbed the winding staircase for a look, but I was not so keen to stay up there - I like my feet on the ground! We also checked out the cultural sites and the local wildlife. The area is famous for wild koalas that can be seen in the trees along the sides of the road. Amazingly, we were lucky enough to get up close to a wild koala and her joey right on the side of the road. It was a very special ...

      Great Ocean Road to Apollo Bay 132Km

      A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on Nov 06, 2014

      4 photos

      ... side is the splendid gum trees, straight and very tall and behind them rolling hills of the Eucalpt Forests with their leaves in the hues of red, orange and green. Occasionally this changes and the forestry is the dark green of the Blackwoods ( I think this is correct). On the right hand side again the gum trees, Eucalpt and occasional sighting of the Southern Ocean. Splendid . 'How great is our God'. At the town of Glenaire we turn right towards ...

      From Port Campbell to 5 nights in Warrnambool

      A travel blog entry by davidp.sara on Jun 02, 2014

      17 photos

      ... through the wooded area finding lots of wallabies in our path. AS we got back down to the tourist information building there were about 8 emus and 2 kangaroos. One of the roos had her baby in her pouch. Incredible to see! We are coming back here for sure!

      5th June

      Today we walked along the front at Breakwater and Thunder point and also crossed the bridge across Sting Ray Bay. Had lunch at the Pavilion. Don't both it ...

      From Warrambool to Apollo Bay

      A travel blog entry by andorinha on Apr 13, 2014

      27 photos

      ... Park, Bay of Martyrs, The Grotte, London Bridge, Loch Ard Borge, The Wrack und The Razorback sind sehr imposant.
      Auf dem Weg zur Cape Otway Lightstation spotten wir jede Menge Koalas in den Bäumen, leider sind sie jedoch alle schläfrig, haben sich eingerollt und weigern sich beharrlich ihr Gesicht zu zeigen. Oft bekommen wir nur unhöflich das Hinterteil zugestreckt.

      Als krönenden Abschluss des heutigen Tages kann ...

      Reaching Point Break and Going Round the Twist

      A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Mar 03, 2014

      92 photos

      ... that day the sun came out and I did get to go koala hunting on my birthday, they were everywhere but sadly they were all so high in the trees we didn’t get such great photos but it was still a perfect way for me to spend the day.

      The next day after another freezing cold night, it was time to get to the most renowned spot of the GOR, Port Campbell the home to the 12 Apostles.

      The apostles were formed by erosion to the soft limestone cliffs: the ...