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Torquay to Apollo Bay
Head along the Great Ocean Road to Lorne. Visit the spectacular Sheok Falls – Great Otway National Park (2.2 Kilometres return/1 Hour moderate walk. Follow the signs from town to the Sheoak Falls Car Park)
Visit Lorne Pier and Lorne's main shopping strip filled with boutique gift stores, cellars, eateries and galleries.
Lunch: Suggested - Swing Bridge Café
The Swing Bridge Café is a simple weatherboard building done with a beach-shack chic fit-out sitting right on the sandy beach of the Erskine River mouth at the foot of the iconic suspension ‘swing bridge’.
Drive from Lorne to Apollo Bay.
There are many opportunities to stop along the way - and you'll want to because this section of the road is spectacular. You can grab a snack at Wye River or Kennett River (where you can also meet the local koalas and King Parrots).
Dinner & overnight - Apollo Bay
95km | 1 hour 50 minutes
- Visiting Sheok Falls, Great Otway National Park
- Lorne Pier
- Discovering Lorne boutique gift stores, cellars, eateries and galleries
Torquay to Apollo Bay - 95km/1 hour 50 minutes
Apollo Bay Cottages is set on four hectares of landscaped grounds adjacent beautiful Marengo Beach, two kilometres West of Apollo Bay on the magnificent Great Ocean Road and two and...
Waterfront luxury accommodation in Apollo Bay
Paradise by the Sea – Apollo Bay Holiday Park is set just metres from the beach and a short stroll to the town centre where beautiful restaurants and retail therapy await.
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Apollo Bay to Port Campbell
Breakfast at one of the many cafes in Apollo Bay then go for a swim or stroll on the 3km long stretch of beach.
Take an afternoon drive through the rain-forest along Turtons Track to Beech forest and take in Hopetoun Falls and the Redwoods before heading to the 12 Apostles coast and Port Campbell. There are a number of great dinner options in Port Campbell.
Take in the spectacular 12 Apostles at sunset then return to Port Campbell where you can stay overnight.
120km | 2 hours 30 minutes
- Breakfast in Apollo Bay
- Early morning stroll or swim in Apollo Bay
- Discover Hopetoun Falls and the Redwoods
- Visit the 12 Apostles at sunset
120km / 2 hours and 30 minutes
Please note travel times may vary, we also suggest planning ahead
Located along the famous Great Ocean Road, Port Campbell Holiday Park is a two and a half hour drive from Melbourne, or eight hours from Adelaide.
The Port Campbell Motor Inn is ideally located in Port Campbell on the Great Ocean Road, adjacent to Port Campbell National Park and a five minute walk into the township.
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Port Campbell to Warrnambool
Explore the Shipwreck coast and discover the lesser known limestone formations such as Loch Ard Gorge and the Bay of Islands - brimming with history.
In Warrnambool you can find out more about what you've just seen at Flagstaff Hill Maritime museum and then take the inland journey back along the Princes highway, stopping in at villages along the way.
65km | 55 minutes
- Explore the Shipwreck Coast
- Discover Loch Ard Gorge and the Bay of Islands
- Visit Flagstaff Hill Maritime museum in Warrnambool
- Port Campbell - Loch Ard Gorge and the Bay of Islands - 7km / 8 minutes drive
- Port Campbell - Warrnambool - 62km / 55 minutes drive
- Loch Ard Gorge - Warrnambool - 70km / 60 minutes drive
- *Please note distances and driving time may vary, please plan ahead.
Things to do
Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village has just undergone a major redevelopment, that included interactive digital installations throughout the village, a full upgrade of the ‘Shipwrecked’ Sound and Light Show Experience: the...