Port Campbell National Park

One of the main highlights along the Great Ocean Road, Port Campbell National Park, located 3 hours away from Melbourne, is internationally famous for its wave-sculpted rock formations. At the park, you can go fishing, canoeing, diving, and swimming, but the most popular activity is simply walking around to find all of the area’s most amazing sites. A few highlights include Loch Ard Gorge — formed by a pair of landmasses called the Two Survivors — and rock formations including the London Bridge, the Arch, and the instantly recognizable Twelve Apostles.

Location: Grea Ocean Road, Port Campbell VIC 3269, Australia

Hours: Open 24 hours

Cost: Free

Phone: +61 13 19 63

Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au

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