|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.
|Connecting V/Line Coach service to coastal towns including Torquay, Anglesea, Aireys Inlet, Lorne and Apollo Bay. Information 131 638|
McHarrys Urban Bus Lines to Geelong, Bellarine Peninsula, Anglesea, Aireys Inlet, Lorne Apollo Bay
Information phone 03 5223 2111
|From Melbourne follow the Princes Highway (M1) to the Geelong bypass (veer right) which will bring you out on A1 then take The Great Ocean Road to Torquay Anglesea then to Aireys Inlet.|
Approx Distance from Melbourne 122km Approx travel time 1 hour 45 minutes.
During peak periods travelling times will increase on the Great Ocean Road
|West Coast Railway Melbourne, Geelong, Warrnambool and return 7 days week|
Ph: 03 5226 6500 www.wcr.com.au
V/Line trains run throughout the day from Melbourne to Geelong and Geelong to Melbourne 7 days a week.
Information 13 6196 or www.vline.com.au
| Aireys Inlet VIC 3221|
Lighthouse Tours are conducted hourly from 10am to 4pm (daily Jan to Easter) rest of year 11am to 2pm daily.
One of the Great Ocean Road’s unmistakable landmarks is the Split Point lighthouse which looms large and bold on the horizon as you travel this famous coastal road. The 34 meter tower was built in 1891 and was a welcome sight to mariners navigating the dangerous coastline.
The 360 degree views from the balcony are spectacular and a great opportunity for photographers.
|Local laws prohibit sleeping in vehicles in a public place. Please ensure you arrange suitable accommodation proir to your trip|