CELEBRATE ANZAC DAY
Available to watch on SBS On Demand. The documentary titled ‘The Story of the Road’, shows how the road came to be – detailing its construction by World War I returned servicemen and their lives as they built the now 243 kilometre road, joining the isolated towns lining the western Victorian coastline.
THE STORY OF THE ROAD MINI SERIES
'The Story of the Road' mini-series includes five short, five minute films to connect people with the towns along the Great Ocean Road by sharing stories of indigenous history, the diggers making of the road, community and what the region is known for today.
HELP FIND THE LOST NAMES
2019 marks 100 years since construction began on the Great Ocean Road and we are on the hunt to find the lost names of the 2400 ex-servicemen and 600 civilians who built what is today the largest War Memorial in the world. If you have a contribution to this story or know the name of a returned serviceman who worked on the road, please email the Lorne Historical Society at firstname.lastname@example.org or via their website lornehistoricalsociety.org.au/contact