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Website: www.greatoceanrd.org.au     The  Great  Ocean  Road , 278km


  j By Air

Melbourne Airport, which is serviced by domestic and most international airlines, is just an hour from Geelong.
Contact: Gull Airport Service
Ph:(03) 5222 4966.


  

An historical road constructed in homage to the soldiers lost in WW I.

  The Great Ocean Road offers some of the finest cycling in Australia. World famous coastal scenery, an ever-changing hinterland and charming towns and communities but for a handful of cases, carry minimal traffic.
Whether it is on-road touring or mountain bike riding in the Otway Ranges the region offers a diverse range of cycling experiences for the thrill seeker and beginner.


"Cycling Guide to the Great Ocean Road"
Visitor Information Centre - Ph:(03)5237 6529 - 1 800 620 888.

 Port Campbell National Park
The twelve Apostles near Port Campbell are among Australia's best known coastal features.

 Port Campbell - Ph:(08) 5598 6053.
 

Apostles - Great Ocean Road

 

 Loch Ard Gorge
Loch Ard gorge is named after a ship which carne to grief nearby, spectacular coastalscenery is the highlight of a visit to the great Ocean Road.

 
 

  From Peterborough to Princetown sumptuous cliffs rise up with astonishing rock formations every bit as spectacular as the surrounding landscape.


 













  

Contact freecall:1800 620 888



Torquay is regarded as the surf capital of Australia.


Torquay, a beach resort near Melbourne, is an animated city filled
with its surfing spirit and numerous boutiques rubbing shoulders
righton the Surfcoast Highway.

•  The Surfworld Plaza complex houses the Surfworld Australia
Surfing Museum contains "wave tank", videos, and surfboard
manufacturing, all under one roof.

  
Visitor Information Centre - Ph:(03) 5261 4219.



 
Activities
•  A very beautiful golf cours, an aeronautic museum offering flights and parachuting.
Leaving Torquay, direction Anglesea, you will find a overpass that will lead to Point Addis, a natural reserve which stretches to the coast and is part of the Aborigine patrimony.

 Surfworld Plaza - Ph:(03) 5261 4606.
  Go Wild ballooning - Ph:(03) 9890 0339.
•  Bicycle TOURING - Ph:(03) 9328 3000.
•  Air Tours - 12 Apostles - Great Ocean Rd. - Apollo Bay - Ph:(03) 5237 7370.



The region has a broad range of high quality accommodation options from backpacker hostels, camping and caravanning facilities, to Bed & Breakfasts, host farms, hotels, motels, cottages and cabins. A variety of budgets are catered for, with economy to deluxe options.

 Accommodations
Flinders Ranges
- Adelaide   and   Victoria -  Melbourne (Bakpak Group)