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Otway National Park - ID: 127 Otway National Park 13,000 hectares of rainforests and mountain ash trees as well as coastal heathlands and open woodlands, forest and 60 kilometres of dramatic coastline including

Lightstation Tours - ID: 128 The Lightstation is open to visitors between 9.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. the last entry is 4.45 p.m.. These hours may be extended to 6.00 p.m. over the January school holidays.

Nelson Boat Hire - ID: 237 The Glenelg River flows through the 21,300 hectares of the Lower Glenelg National Park decide how much paddling you'd like to do on any day, and pick the campsites that fit your requirements!

Lower Glenelg National Park - ID: 238 The formation of the limestone gorges began 40 to 25 million years ago. The region was once submerged by a shallow sea, and over millions of years, marine deposits and sediments settled on the bottom of the ocean.

Australian Natural Adventures - ID: 242 Australian Natural Adventures - nature travel, wildlife tours, adventure travel and general travel to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific

Shipwreck Coast Attractions - ID: 254 The Shipwreck coast offers so much more than sightseeing, try your luck with some relaxing fishing at the mouth of the Gellibrand River, Port Campbell Pier, the Curdies River at Peterborough or one of the many beaches and rock outcrops along this section

Bicycle Touring the Great Ocean Road - ID: 256 The Great Ocean Road is a scenic coastal road that traverses the South Coast of Victoria, Australia. Officially, the Great Ocean Road stretches for about 250 K, beginning near Torquay and finishing near Warnambool.

Botanic Gardens - ID: 292 Open: Monday to Sunday 10 am to 4 pm Vehicle traffic permitted around circular driveway

Apollo Bay to Port Campbell travel guide - ID: 371 Just a short distance from Melbourne, the Great Ocean Road in the region between the towns of Apollo Bay and Port Campbell is home to the famous Twelve Apostles Marine National Park.

Peterborough - ID: 372 Peterborough is a small, tranquil, low-key fishing and holiday resort situated on the western side of the Curdies River estuary which forms a broad inlet behind the town. Peterborough is located on the Great Ocean Road 247 km south-west of Melbourne betwe

Port Campbell - ID: 373 These are the three towns that are the most closely linked to the spectacular coastline of The Great Ocean Road. Peterborough and Port Campbell have the advantage of being better known, but Princetown is becoming increasingly popular as accommodation is g

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