"The Apollo Bay Beach Hut is very cosey and comfortable accommodation ideal for couples, it's located in town just 100 metres to the beach in town with off season rates starting from $105 per night"
…a simple, but charming and unique cottage for two, set on a beautiful bush property just off the amazing Great Ocean Road
"Marni Karem very comfortable and modern beach home, have an extended stay and receive a night FREE"
Operating as ‘Great Ocean Road Auto Tours’. This tour operation specialises in private tours for up to four people who travel in a BMW X5.....
"The 12 Apostles, tour departs Apollo Bay with the Otway Ranges as a backdrop. From – $160.00 p/p Flight time approx 45 Min return"
"Quality materials makes a quality boardcover that lasts longer than your board and we offer a 2 year warrenty"
"Enjoy the best of the country and coast! Nestled in the beautiful undulating farmland along the scenic Barham river, Riverview farmhouse is an ideal setting for a relaxing break."
"Romantic pet friendly cottage close to Apollo Bay thats perfect for nature lovers, bicycle enthusiasts and ..."
"is a bed and breakfast favourite of those who appreciate stylish comfort, and optional, gourmet breakfast-delivery."
Great Ocean Road Accommodation, specials, seasonal discounts are offered exclusively by Great Ocean Road Trip. Whether using the the Great Ocean Road Trip Online booking system >> or by contacting accommodation providers direct we guarantee the best price available for your stay.
The Great Ocean Road is a very popular tourist and holiday destination that provides easy access to the dramatic beauty the coastline and hinterland has to offer. It has the charm of fishing villages, the beauty of golden beaches, cerulean waters and lush green foothills and the spectacular scenery of the Otway forests.
There is a diverse range of accommodation, cafes,
classy restaurants, specialty shops and markets
to cater for large numbers of domestic and international
visitors. For Victoria Australia, The Great Ocean Road is
a fantastic region to have an unparaled Australian experience.
When visiting the great ocean road unless you are doing a day trip you will need to find some where to stay Great Ocean Road Trip offer a selection of accommodation primarily in the Lorne to Johanna region which includes Apollo Bay and the Otways and Cape Otway.
Great Ocean Road accommodation options range from basic camping through backpacker hostels, cottages, Bed and Breakfast Motels / Hotels, beachside , eco tourism accommodation and secluded forest retreats.
The Great Ocean Road follows the dramatically beautiful and varied south west Victorian coast, winding along breathtaking cliff faces, past pastoral scenes of rich green hills to the magnificence of the Otway Ranges and the Twelve Apostles.The Great Ocean Road follows the coastline and is segmented in to 3 regional areas, the Surf Coast , Shipwreck Coast and the Otways.
Jeffrey Richardson: Time out at Gibson's Beach, the
Great Ocean Road
The Great Ocean Road boasts ocean surf beaches and safe swimming beaches, a boat harbour, golf courses, weekend craft markets, fine dining, wineries, nature & eco tours, including seal watching, and excellent fishing and,
The Great Ocean Road is a 243 kilometre stretch of road along the south west coast of Victoria, Australia. The road takes travellers from Torquay to Allansford and was originally built between 1919 and 1932 by returned soldiers and dedicated as a World War 1 memorial.
The road is two lane (one in each direction), and is covered by a speed limit changing between 80 kilometres per hour and 100 kilometres per hour
1. Sailing Antarctica
2. An African safari
3. Driving the Great Ocean Road
4. The Amalfi Coast from Positano to Ravello
5. The Trans-Siberian railway
6. Sailing the Mediterranean
7. The trek to Everest Base Camp
8. Route 66
9. Highway 1 from San Francisco to Los Angeles
10. The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu
The Great Ocean Road has come in at number 10 on the list of The Top 100
Things To Do In Australia Before You Die by the
Australian Traveller magazine's panel of travel
writers and celebrities.
1. Overload your senses at Kakadu
2. Dive into the Great Barrier Reef
3. Find freedom on the Big Lap Drive around Australia
4. Visit the remarkable pebble Uluru
5. Climb the Coathanger Bridge Climb
6. Cruise the rugged Kimberly Coast
7. Swim with whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef
8. Explore Sydney Harbour
9. Chase a pure dingo down a 75-mile beach at Fraser Island
10. Wind yourself up along the Great Ocean Road