The Great Ocean Road is a very popular tourist destination in Victoria. It starts at the beachside town of Torquay and finishes after 230Km just to the east of Warrnambool. It officially is known as B100.
It takes you from the beaches of Torquay, the famous “Bells Beach” surfing beach, Anglesea, and Aireys Inlet to the ruggedness of the cliff coastline of Port Campbell Marine Park. There is so much to see and do along this road, that you need a few days to soak it all in. If you plan on seeing it in a day it (not advised), you will undoubtedly see the famous ‘Twelve Apostles’. However if you stay overnight or a few days, you will be richly rewarded by the discoveries you make in this region. Give the chance for this timeless coastline to seep into you consciousness and you will love it forever.
Places to stay along this coastline are Lorne and Port Campbell, and if you stay longer you may wish to include a favourite spot along the coastline from Apollo Bay to Wye River.