Port Campbell Accommodation and Locality Information

Port Campbell is a small coastal town on the Great Ocean Road in the middle of the wondrous and justly famous Shipwreck Coast, and is adjacent to Port Campbell National Park with its spectacular limestone monoliths - the Twelve Apostles. It is perfectly situated to use as a base for tours. Port Campbell’s natural harbour is right at the very heart of the village and is ideal for swimming. Good surfing and fishing spots are nearby. Once a sleepy fishing village, Port Campbell’s increasing popularity has produced many places to eat and stay and has a selection of interesting shops to explore.

The Discovery Walk to Two Mile Bay lookout provides sweeping coast views, while the walk from the town to the jetty includes rescue equipment and information about the wreck of the Fiji near Moonlight Head.


Port Campbell
Driving Distances

From To Kms:
Melbourne Port Campbell 239
via Princes Hwy
Warrnambool Port Campbell 66
via Princes Hwy/Great Ocean Road
Apollo Bay Port Campbell 305
via Great Ocean Road
Adelaide Port Campbell 646
via Princes Hwy & Great Ocean Road

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