Australia has a spectacular coastline with quite a few places that give you that edge of the world feeling. There are a number of spots where rugged cliffs drop off into the sea and the wild ocean slams against rock, creating wind and wave weathered formations. Perhaps the most well-known area to see this is along the Victorian coastline in the Port Campbell National Park and Bay of Islands Coastal Park.
As soon as I found out about this gourmet food trail it was firmly in the itinerary of things to do. If you are planning on driving the Great Ocean Road scenic drive in Victoria, put aside some time for this delectable detour.
When driving the iconic Great Ocean Road in Victoria, a stay at the town of Port Campbell is a must to take in all that this region has to offer. Not only is it the closest place to stay for the impressive natural coastal attractions such as the 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and more, but just as importantly are the food and beverage options that deserve time to savour.