You are spoilt for choice when it comes to staying in picturesque, friendly towns as you travel along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, but we had a tip to definitely stay at Wye River between Apollo Bay and Lorne. Not one of the better known places maybe, and one we might have overlooked for… Read More Wye River locals – Camping with Cockatoos, Kookaburras and Koalas
For travellers wanting the closest place to stay and see some astonishingly beautiful natural attractions on the Great Ocean Road, you’d better pencil in to stay a while at Port Campbell and in particular the NRMA Holiday Park.
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,… Read More Sow & Piglets Brewery, Port Campbell
Having just completed a trip along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria for the first time, a few things surprised me. I was expecting spectacular coastal scenery along a cliff hugging winding road and seeing plenty of other travellers on the road but there were some unexpected surprises too, which I will share with you.… Read More 18 Things You May Not Expect when driving The Great Ocean Road
Sometimes you can be lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time. This happened for us when we were in Warnambool just for the weekend and were lucky enough to stumble across the Songkran Festival, or Thai New Year festival which was being held in Lake Pertobe Park.
Travelling from South Australia to Victoria via the Princes Highway you’ll find a terrific freecamp spot in the town of Dartmoor, around 30 kilometres over the SA/Vic border.