This place is a stunning place to see. The beach is long and clean, the sea shows off it's deep blue colours on a sunny day and is surrounded by green hills and trees. It is great place to stop for a while to enjoy the spectacular scenery and take the short walk to the petrified forest and blowholes.
Further on is Portland which has a collection of historic monuments, but it is really a stopover on the way to pretty Port Fairy which is the jewel filled with charm and all round good vibe. Pick up a free guide to walk the wonderful historic buildings which have been and are key in telling Victoria's story. The river is a pleasant setting for a coffee or lunch stop before heading off to Griffin Island which is an easy walk. It has a nice lighthouse, an interesting coastline and some wildlife which will please the photographers out there.
If you have time Warrnambool is an interesting overnight stop with a beachfront promenade that hugs a long clean beach making it a very pleasant stroll. The town itself has lots of historic buildings so pick up a free guide as it is good to wander around for an hour.
Further on is Peterborough which is just a small town but offers a stunning beach and rocky coastline rich in colour and formation. The Bay of Martyrs and Bay of Islands finishes off the Great Ocean Road in fine form an worthy of a stop and the end of a long day.
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