Because “great” isn’t enough to describe these places…
I took a three-day trip to visit five most beautiful spots across The Great Ocean Road and see countless (literally) breathtaking views along the way. I captured hundred photos, but these are the top 21.
The Twelve Apostles, the most famous attraction (but not my most favorite)
Selfie with one of the apostles
Actually, there are only 7 apostles. Not 12. But who cares?
“Two Survivors” at Loch Ard Gorge, only five minutes from The Twelve Apostles
An awesome secluded beach at Loch Ard Gorge
I stayed two nights in Port Campbell, a charming small town near all the attractions.
Lovely park by the beach in Port Campbell.
From Port Campbell Discovery Walk, you can see the town from above
Port Campbell Beach
The edge of Port Campbell.
I mostly walk from one place from another, to admire the beauty…
It took me 90 minutes to walk from one place to another…
…but I hitchhike when I had my feet sore.
London Bridge, but not in London. It used to be a long rock bridge there, but it collapsed in 2011.
But it still looks pretty, right?
Everything looks pretty here.
I followed an undesignated walking trail between bushes…
…then I arrived at this hidden paradise where no one was there!
Another fantastic spot, at The Grotto.
Stairway to heaven at The Grotto.
PS: None of these pics was photoshopped/filtered/edited. Scary!