Towards the western end of the Great Ocean Road, Port Campbell is nestled among some of Victoria's..Otway Ranges National Park Information
This park represents all that is special about the Otways: the tall wet forests, ancient..Bells Beach Information
Torquay has the best of both worlds with its beaches — protected family beaches, plus the action..Geelong Information
Geelong is Victoria's second largest city and offers a diverse range of food, wine, cultural and..Apollo Bay Information
Located at the foothills of the Otways and in the heart of the Great Ocean Road region, Apollo Bay..Anglesea Information
Anglesea is a coastal town and a popular resort on Bass Strait, 35kms south west of Geelong. It is..Lorne Information
With its Mediterranean feel and picture-postcard scenery, this beautiful seaside town has been..Port Fairy Information
Discover history in every corner of this charming old fishing village on Victoria's Great Ocean..Bellarine Peninsula Information
Bellarine Peninsula really is a bit of everything. Seaside township, theme parks, wineries. At..Queenscliff Information
Queenscliff is an historic seaside village 100 kilometres from Melbourne on the sandy shores of..Torquay Information
Torquay is Victoria's surfing capital, attracting beach lovers from far and wide to its..See all locations in Great Ocean Road
Located seven kilometres east of Port Campbell, the Twelve Apostles Marine National Park is Victoria's second largest Marine National Park and covers 7,500 hectares along approximately 17 kilometres of coastline. The park extends out from the renowned Twelve Apostles and includes some of Victoria's most spectacular underwater scenery. There are rich intertidal and subtidal invertebrate communities, dramatic underwater arches, canyons, fissures, gutters and deep sloping reefs. Although the Marine National Park itself is relatively inaccessible from the shore because of the high cliffs and powerful sea conditions, the park includes the Twelve Apostles rock formations, and is the third most visited natural site in Australia.
The wild and powerful Southern Ocean that sculpts the area's limestone landscape also shrouds a remarkable seascape beneath the waves; a submarine labyrinth of towering canyons, caves, arches and walls. These natural features are festooned with colourful seaweed and sponge 'gardens', resident schools of reef fish, such as sweep, gliding above and the occasional visit by an Australian Fur Seal.
Breeding colonies of seabirds regularly inhabit the rock stacks and islands within the park and the adjacent coastline has sites of significance for flora and fauna. There are also sites of geological and geomorphological significance including karst (ie cave) topography.
The city of Melbourne, the capital of Victoria, is the centre of a vibrant regions that surrounds..Victoria's High Country Information
The High Country in north-east Victoria is a special place with scenic alpine landscapes, a host of..Mornington Peninsula Information
The Mornington Peninsula, on the eastern side of Port Phillip Bay, feels like an island with a vast..Goldfields Information
The discovery of gold in Victoria's central region over 150 years ago has left a rich and lasting..Murray Information
Aboriginal people revere it. Nineteenth century trade flourished on it. Mark Twain likened it to..Phillip Island Information
Phillip Island is a great destination for a family getaway. Under two hours drive from Melbourne..Yarra Valley And Dandenong Ranges Info
Immerse yourself in the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges region, an hour's drive east of..Grampians Information
The rugged mountain ranges of the Grampians National Park mark the centre of this region and rise..Daylesford And Macedon Ranges Information
One hour north-west of Melbourne, the rolling hills and farmland of Daylesford and the Macedon..See all locations in Victoria