Great Ocean Road
Split Point Lighthouse
Scale the 136 steps to the top of the beautiful 'White Queen' lighthouse for sensational 360-degree views. Built in 1891, the 34m-high...
People come from around the world to hop on a Blazing Saddles horse and head along the stunning beach or into the bush.
Established in 1904, this coastal pub is a survivor, twice burning to the ground, before closing its doors in 2011 only to be saved by a...
Truffles Cafe Deli
Truffles does the lot – eat in or takeaway, pizza, Thai curries, good vegetarian choices, regional wines, BYO, coffee, free wi-fi and a...
Great Ocean Road information
This is one of the world's most spectacular coastal drives, especially between Anglesea and Apollo Bay. Contrasting the fabulous surfer-style beaches is the lush green of the Otway Ranges, the dramatic limestone cliffs of Port Campbell and the pretty and fashionable town of Lorne.
The incredible Great Ocean Road (B100) cuts its breathtaking path from Torquay to Warrnambool, every fresh twist and turn inspiring passengers to exclaim 'Oh!', and frustrated drivers to say, 'What? What's it look like?'. The stunning stretch of road attracts seven million snap-happy visitors annually and is one of the world's most spectacular coastal drives, especially between Anglesea and Apollo Bay. Beyond it, the thrashing Shipwreck Coast (from Princetown to Port Fairy) and its dramatic beachscapes inspire spooky stories of ghosts from wrecked vessels that haunt the area.