We travelled the Great Ocean Road in April 2014, one of the world’s most scenic drives! The unforgettable journey stretched over 240 km along the south eastern coast, and took us 3 days.
The famous Bells Beach near Torquay (known for the film ‘Point Break’) – the start of our Great Ocean Road trip
Lookout at Aireys Inlet
Split Point Lighthouse – used in the filming of children’s TV program ‘Round the Twist’
Driving towards the Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch
Erskine Falls near Lorne
Sitting in the sun after a swim
We took the 86 steps down to Gibsons Beach!
The 12 Apostles
Bay or Martyrs
Almost at the end of the coastal drive, ,we stopped for lunch in Warrnambool
Watching the emus at Tower Hill Reserve
Port Fairy, last stop off before heading towards the South Australia border
We spent a couple of days in Byron Bay and enjoyed a trip to Cape Byron, the most easterly point of mainland Australia
Relaxing in the sun at the caravan park in Byron Bay
At Belongil Beach watching the surfers
Driving up to the lighthouse at Cape Byron
Cape Byron lighthouse, near the easternmost point of the mainland
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