|12 Apostles Carpark Great Ocean Road Port Campbell VIC 3269|
Experience a breathtaking flight over the most spectacular coastal scenery in Australia.
|Port Campbell Boat Charters|
|32 Lord Street Port Campbell VIC 3269|
Note: Tours not operating until Nov/Dec due to pier maintenance. Book Now for Christmas Holidays
Scenic tours, fishing trips, snorkeling and diving. The one Great Ocean Road experience you should not miss! Exceptional up close and personal views of the coastal formations and comprehensive interpretation of coastal geology and shipwreck history.
|Scomberg Road Peterborough VIC 3270|
9 hole course 10 km from Port Campbell Open Daily
Green fee players most welcome to be treated to some of the world's most spectacular scenery. Located on the dunes you will remember your round of golf at Peterborough. Call into the clubhouse and have a drink with the locals.
|Port Campbell is one of the few towns along the Great Ocean Road that do not have Poker Machines or TAB|
|Wildlife encounters are common along the Great Ocean Road so be very aware, especially at dusk when activity is more prolific.|
Also be aware of vehicles following make sure you stop or divert safely.
|V-LINE Bus 136 196|
Operates every Friday all year
Monday and Friday in December & January
Bus stop outside Port Campbell Surf Lifesaving Club
|Grafton Road Warrnambool VIC 3280|
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
|Home to swamp wallabies and a large colony of short-tailed shearwaters (mutton birds). The birds arrive in September after an amazing 15,000 klm flight from the Aleutian Islands near Alaska. After nesting and raising their young they set off again in April leaving the chicks behind. Eventually hunger forces the chicks to find the migratory route on their own.|
|Fascinating island to the west of Port Fairy. Australia’s only submarine volcano, the lava flows have created an unusual flat top and almost vertical cliffs surround the island. Home to the largest fur seal colony in the southern hemisphere - you are able to book a boat trip from the wharf (subject to weather).|
|The Wharf Area - at its peak in the 1850’s the port was the second busiest in Australia. Wool, wheat and gold were loaded onto great sailing ships bound for England. |
Today, The Wharf is a wonderful place to relax and watch the world go by. The Norfolk pines and colonial buildings form a picturesque background to the tranquil waters of the Moyne River. An active fishing fleet still operates out of the harbour which is also home to a small fleet of pleasure craft.