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Port Campbell Activities & Attractions
Surfing, fishing, swimming, boating, scuba diving and snorkeling are all popular in and around Port Campbell but remember to seek advice on conditions from the Information Centre before setting out on any of the activities mentioned.
Transport from Melbourne Vline Bus operates Friday all year Ph: 136 196
Monday and Friday in December and January.
Bus stops outside Port Campbell Surf Lifesaving Club.
Bus on Thursday to Warrnambool with connections to Mt Gambier, Adelaide
and Melbourne Ph: Warrnambool Buslines 03 5562 5748
Horse Racing is conducted throughout the year at Warrnambool approximately 54kms from Port Campbell.
Warrnambool Racing Club is known the world over for its 3 day May Racing Carnival the highlight of which is the Grand Annual Steeplechase. More Information 03 5562 2211
Operates every Friday all year
Monday and Friday in December & January
Bus stop outside Port Campbell Surf Lifesaving Club
Also be aware of vehicles following make sure you stop or divert safely.
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Activities & Attractions
There is much to see and do in and around Port Campbell at any time of the year. Visit stunning lookouts, explore walking trails and picturesque country drives. The spectacular Port Campbell National Park is on the doorstep of Port Campbell and offers some of the finest coastal scenery on the Great Ocean Road including the world famous 12 Apostles, the most photographed icon on The Great Ocean Road.
Experience a breathtaking flight over the most spectacular coastal scenery in Australia.
12 Apostles Helicopters offer a unique opportunity to see the entire Port Campbell National Park in style.
Call into the office at the 12 Apostles Carpark and talk to the experienced pilots or purchase a gift voucher for someone special.
The west coast of Victoria once inspired fear, sailors spoke of wild seas and dangerous rocks, of reefs which lay beneath the surface of the water, of steep cliffs and heavy mists. Many ships had narrow escapes in this stretch of water, many were not so fortunate.
The area between Cape Otway and Port Fairy claimed over 80 ships in 40 years: ships which had traveled safely across half the world, to find disaster only miles from their destination.
Always swim between the flags marking the area safer for swimming.
Read and obey the signs
Be careful where you dive accidents often result from diving into shallow waters.
Be aware of slippery banks and rocks when fishing
Dont swim under the influence of alcohol or drugs
Always swim under supervision
If you get into trouble in the water, stay calm. Signal for help, then float and wait for assistance
Float with a current or undertow. Dont try to swim against it.
When out on the water always wear the correct safety equipment.
Swimming is not recommended at any of the open ocean beaches.
Guided bus tours of the National Park attractions contact John at Port Campbell Touring Company on 03 5598 6424 (max 12 persons).