Yes we saw it on an amazing day filled with high seas and winds but the sun shone and the rock faces looks amazing.
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It's funny as you explain to the tourist the history of the London Bridge Arch,,, people are amazed with the history.
This rock formation is not as busy as the 12 apostles and is also fully wheelchair accessible and is only a short walk
There are clear signages leading to the attraction. Went in the day during Winter and the wind was very strong (in fact we felt it was the strongest along all the attractions we visited all GOR.) Was exploring to visit at sunset to watch penguins...More
Once you've travelled all the way in the car/bus whatever to get here. Do stop and take a picture. Although do be mindful of the cars/buses on the very busy windy road. Awesome natural wonder.
The Port Campbell / 12 Apostles coastline is a must see - nice bay or not. In fact in the cold of winter the place is even more poetic and its easy to imagine why they call it the ship wreck coast. The power of...More
We came on a extremely windy day. Was very cold but worth the walk to see the nice scenery. Truly recommended..
London Bridge is another must stop along the Great Ocean Road. Now a separate icon after part of it fell away it is well worth that brief turn off along the road.