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culturenrelaxation wrote a review Sep 2020
Australia15 contributions7 helpful votes
The views are lovely enough however the directional markers during the walks should be improved. If you don’t know where you are going make sure you take photo of the big sign at the car park so you can check your progress.
Date of experience: September 2020
1 Helpful vote
C... wrote a review Aug 2020
Traralgon, Australia19,000 contributions1,819 helpful votes
So it's called after an innocuous bear... surely that's not going to be scary. That is until you walk out to the edge of the lookout and look down... you will literally catch your breath. Well I guess it was Winter when I was there and it was blowing a gale...so catching your breath is difficult against the wind at the best of times. But it's more than that... superman may have no fear of heights, but I do. And it's a long way up! But going past that fear it's a pretty magnificent place to visit. The views is brilliant. And hell... I was lucky enough to be hanging around at the same time as a couple of kookaburras... they were great company. They looked windswept and cool in the tree... while I just looked windswept and scared. Even on the way to the lookout there was a kangaroo escort... we literally had to wait for four of them to clear the road. Although for a moment watching them hop up the hill... it did appear they were better equipped for it than the 4WD we were driving. There is signage to get you there and there are information boards explaining the holes in the rocks at the lookout. It turns out those holes are a result of 100 million years of nature doing what it does best. But don't listen to me... go and have a look for yourself.…
Date of experience: July 2020
1 Helpful vote
Cheryl F wrote a review Jul 2020
Portland, Australia170 contributions30 helpful votes
Lots of walking tracks, but we found the directions a bit hard to follow. There is no way you could get lost, so we just wandered.
Date of experience: June 2020
Liz H wrote a review Apr 2020
Lichfield, United Kingdom848 contributions153 helpful votes
On the way back from the Apostles, we stopped here in the late afternoon. Such a high vantage point from which the view the ocean, the GOR winding around the coastline and a beautiful little sandy bay.
Date of experience: January 2020
andfitri wrote a review Apr 2020
Jakarta, Indonesia5 contributions
not much people there when I was visiting the Teddy Lookout. This is good as I can enjoy the stunning view of beach and scenery. I spent time to read some stories there about how people in touch with water. Not much people knew it
Date of experience: August 2019