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Created in 1964, this park covers an area of 17.5 km ² and protects vertiginous calcareous formations along the coast along the Great Ocean Road, between Princetown and Peterborough, or nearly 32 km. It is partly adjacent to the Twelve Apostles Marine National Park which covers the maritime part of the coastline on 75 km ² on both sides of the Twelve Apostles.

Between Princetown and Port Campbell

Gibson Steps, with its rock-shaped steps, offers a breathtaking setting on the first apostle along Gibson Beach. Bathing is very dangerous here, as on every portion of the coast.

The Twelves Apostres (the Twelve Apostles) are the best known limestone needles. You'll be able to admire the erosion of rocks growing over time from wooden bridges along the cliffs. This enchanting and unrealistic panorama will be all the more noticeable at sunrise or sunset.

The Razorback is a majestic rock, all in length, similar to a gigantic ship on the waterwaves.

Loch Ard Gorge is a breathtaking gorge where the ocean advances in the limestone rocks, which host a double beach. A staircase allows visitors to descend on the beach. Museum.

Muttonbird Island is located about sixty meters from the shore. Between April and October it becomes a refuge for thousands of seabirds. The best observation period is January-February.

Thunder Cave is a natural cave from the cliff line.

Between Port Campbell and Peterborough

The Arch is a rocky arch planted in the middle of the ocean.

London Bridge, isolated from the continent since the collapse of the shortest shoreline in 1990.

The Grotto is both a cave and a natural swimming pool at rising tide. A wooden staircase is closest to the hotel.

Beyond Peterborough

Bay of Islands and Bay of Martyrs rock formations belong to Bay of Islands Coastal Park.

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MegF
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Visited in july 2018
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A faire!
Je pense que Port Campbell National Park est la partie la plus intéressante de la Great Ocean Road. Le parc comprend les 12 Apôtres (qui ne sont plus que 7 ou 8) qui est surement l'endroit le plus connu et le Loch Ard Gorge avec son histoire émouvante. Si vous louez une voiture et faite le road trip par vous même, prenez bien une carte vous indiquant tous les stops a faire. Il y'en a une multitude et se serait dommage que vous en ratiez! Vraiment quelque chose à faire en Australie (même en hiver)!
3dom
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Visited in january 2016
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La partie intéressante de la Great Ocean Road n'est pas extrêmement longue et commence à Port Campbell. Le top du top est le site des 12 apôtres !! A ne pas manquer. Si vous logez à proximité, allez-y un soir et le lendemain matin, histoire d'avoir le soleil bien placé pour les photos dans les 2 directions de la côte.

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