Port Campbell National Park
Home to extraordinary sights such as the world famous Twelve Apostles, the Port Campbell National Park is a must visit for any Great Ocean adventurer! The park is home to these stunning features:
These iconic wave-sculpted limestone rocks are the most visited and most photographed features of the park. With the crashing waves, the white sand and dramatic cliffs, they are bound to take your breath away!
Loch Ard Gorge
Just a few kilometres away from the Twelve Apostles, the Loch Ard Gorge is the site of a 19th century shipwreck ‘Loch Ard’. You’ll find a museum detailing the site's history and there are stairs descending down to the beach to see the waves crashing on the walls of the gorge.
This offshore natural arch formation, previously known as London Bridge, was formed by a gradual process of erosion. Up until 1990, it was a double-span bridge before collapsing into the sea and becoming London Arch.
Possibly the most interesting rock formation at the park, the Grotto is a naturally carved out cave. It is not your average looking cave however; it is more like a mixture of a blowhole, an arch and a cave!
Nature & Wildlife Aplenty!
Pelicans, penguins, black swans and kangaroos are just some of the many species you will find roaming the park. There are also many varieties of wonderful flora including stunning sun orchids.
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