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Great Ocean Road- VIC

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Great Ocean Road- VIC

9.99

Known as 'GOR', The Great Ocean Road runs 253kms along the south coast of Victoria from Torquay to Warrnambool and joins peaceful towns along the rugged coastline with fierce ocean and sandy surf beaches. You will need a car and we recommend driving east to west from Torquay for cliff side views. To enjoy the full trip, you would want minimum 3-4 days as the driving is 'serpentinal' and slow and you want to savour it. From interstate, fly to Avalon Airport, only 40 minutes from Torquay. From Melbourne, its 1.5 hours drive to the start at Torquay. Use the A1 for a speedier return trip east back to Melbourne.

  • Aireys Inlet
  • Anglesea
  • Apollo Bay
  • Lorne
  • Port Campbell
  • Torquay
  • Wye River

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Known as 'GOR', The Great Ocean Road runs 253kms along the south coast of Victoria from Torquay to Warrnambool and joins peaceful towns along the rugged coastline with fierce ocean and sandy surf beaches. You will need a car and we recommend driving east to west from Torquay for cliff side views. To enjoy the full trip, you would want minimum 3-4 days as the driving is 'serpentinal' and slow and you want to savour it. From interstate, fly to Avalon Airport, only 40 minutes from Torquay. From Melbourne, its 1.5 hours drive to the start at Torquay. Use the A1 for a speedier return trip east back to Melbourne.

  • Aireys Inlet
  • Anglesea
  • Apollo Bay
  • Lorne
  • Port Campbell
  • Torquay
  • Wye River