Warrnambool is located at the end of the Great Ocean Road, only twenty to thirty minutes away from the major tourist drawcards, the 12 Apostles and spectacular beaches such as Moonlight Heads.

The spectacular coastline

Victoria’s dramatic south-west coastline covers an incredible range of scenery. See monster waves at the iconic surf spot of Bells Beach. Laze on the golden sands of Lorne. You can swim, surf, sea kayak or fish in Apollo Bay. Or soak up salty history in the charming old fishing village of Port Fairy. Enjoy family friendly swimming at Anglesea or get wild and windswept on Shipwreck Coast. Of course, you can’t miss the Twelve Apostles. These craggy limestone stacks rising majestically from the Southern Ocean are sure to leave you spellbound.

Wild and wonderful nature

From rainforests and rivers to old volcanoes and rugged coastlines, the Great Ocean Road showcases nature at it most diverse. In Great Otway National Park, you’ll see thundering waterfalls and sparkling gorges and walk through the tops of ancient mossy trees. Cruise through gorges and past spectacular caves at Cape Bridgewater. See ancient limestone towers that seem to float in the ocean at the Bay of Islands. Need to stretch your legs? You can see deserted sandy beaches, thick forests and some of Australia’s highest sea-cliffs on the 91km Great Ocean Walk. *Source Tourism Australia.

Another great option is the Great Southern Touring Route, check out their website for further information.  

The Great Ocean Road Gallery