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Apollo Bay- VIC

Wow the colour of the water! It was such a surprise seeing the aqua water as we climbed over the sand dunes to the beach. We’ve only seen Apollo in the rain before. The kids couldn’t wait to get into

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The dairy – Apollo Bay – VIC

While in Apollo bay we stayed at the private property of “The Dairy” on wiki camps. A wonderful area on a creek with cows wandering through. We could have a fire and had a private area to camp as a

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Maits Rest – Great Ocean Road – VIC

This little 20 min rainforest walk is just after Apollo Bay heading west. There is a turning circle for caravans and 2 long parking bays. We tried our luck midweek and got a parking spot for lunch. The walk takes

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The Twelve Apostles- VIC

Probably the most famous area on the great ocean road, these amazing rock formations are huge! It’s free to visit, you park at the information Centre and walk under the road to the lookout. #twelveapostles #greatoceanroad #view #ocean

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Gibson Steps – VIC

Not far from the Apostles is the stairs down to the beach, it’s called Gibson Steps, about 1km drive. You walk right up to two of the apostles. They are huge from the beach. The kids played in the shallows,

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Loch Ard Gorge – Great Ocean Road – VIC

Loch Ard Gorge is the site of the most famous shipwreck on the aptly named Shipwreck Coast. The Loch Ard ran aground crashing into Mutton Bird Island in 1878. The only two survivors Tom Pearce and Eva Carmichael managed to

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Tom & Eva Lookout – Great Ocean road -VIC

A short walk from the Loch Ard Gorge brings you to this lookout. The two rocks are named after Tom and Eva, the only two survivors of the shipwreck, Loch Ard. #tomandevalookout #greatoceanroad #ocean #oceancliff #australia

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London Bridge – Great Ocean Road – VIC

Before 1990, London Bridge was a bridge that connected the arch of land to the mainland. On the day it collapsed, it stranded two tourists on the island and they had to be rescued by helicopter. Can you imagine witnessing

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The Swap Van – Port Campbell – VIC

We stopped in to checkout this cool concept. A little old caravan full of homewares, books, toys and clothes. The idea is you leave something you no longer need and take something new, like books or cds. Love this! #swapvan

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Lake Lonsdale – The Grampians – VIC

Our next stop was the Grampians, a hikers paradise. We stayed at the Lake Lonsdale free camp, our first day gave us the most amazing sunset, no editing or filters, it really was this vivid! The next day the wind

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The Grampians – VIC

We spent a few days exploring the Grampians, but only scratched the surface, we’ll have to return to see more of the area another time, probably in a cooler month. The rock formations here are really unusual and unique. #grampians

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