Come Join Us for the Ride!
THIS GREAT WEEKEND:
Follow the adventure:
NO 12: ANGLESEA
Anglesea is the perfect ‘Choose your own adventure’ destination.
Located just 10 minutes past Torquay - the start of the Great Ocean Road, Anglesea is a natural playground that the whole family will love.
NO 11: GREAT OCEAN WALK
Walk the iconic coastline of the Great Ocean Road in a long weekend.
NO 10: BUDJ BIM
Venture inland from the Great Ocean Road to the UNESCO listed, culturally significant landscape of Budj Bim - located in the traditional Country of the Gunditjmara people.
NO 9: FORREST FOR FOODIES
Venture inland from the Great Ocean Road to the hidden, gourmet township of Forrest - a half hour drive from Apollo Bay. Foodies will have a great weekend at the gateway to the Otway Harvest Trail.
NO 8: VOLCANIC LAKES & PLAINS
Located just over 2hrs from Melbourne, the Volcanic Lakes and Plains region is a slightly hidden gem, a little off the Great Ocean Road. With more than 400 volcanos these are the third largest volcanic plains in the world.
NO 7: AIREYS INLET
A weekend of fun for the whole family at Great Ocean Road’s best kept secret.
NO 6: CUMBERLAND RIVER
Cumberland River, the secret seaside spot where you can tune out or take in all that Lorne has to offer.
NO 5: CAPE OTWAY
Surrounded by the Great Otway National Park there is so much to see in Cape Otway – rocky cliffs make way for hidden sandy beaches, tranquil rainforests hide bubbling streams and even huge towering waterfalls.
NO 4: PORT CAMPBELL
Home to so much more than the Twelve Apostles. Located just over 3hrs from Melbourne, Port Campbell is a colourful seaside village that provokes all those nostalgic feels about simpler times, of childhood summer holidays.
NO 3: PORTLAND
Delve into history and get back to nature in this city by the sea.
Located a little over 4hrs Melbourne, Portland is well worth the drive.
NO 2: HOME OF SURFING, TORQUAY
Immerse yourself in so much more than waves at the birthplace of Australian surfing.
NO 1: CHASING WATERFALLS, LORNE
Located 150km from Melbourne, Lorne is a picture-perfect surf town that backs onto the Otway National Park - home to over 500 waterfalls and a surf break suitable for beginners to seasoned surfers.