Great Ocean Road Part II

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Part two of the Great Ocean Road took us from Port Campbell into Lorne, where we had planned to stay the night before heading to Geelong. On route we saw more rock formations, including the Razorback, but this section of road is most famous for being the home of the Twelve Apostles and was the busiest lookout point of the day. Despite being named the Twelve Apostles, you are unable to view twelve from the lookout. There is the option for a helicopter ride to view the Apostles from the sky but even then you won’t see twelve…

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