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.
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80 Couch's Road Scotts Creek VIC 3267 Experience Australian Farm Pets and Native Fauna.
Panoramic views greet every room in our hilltop farmhouse. Huge family room with wood burning fire, separate lounge room, fully equipped kitchen, spa bath, quality linen, electric blankets, outdoor pool, BBQ and heater.
Pets welcome, by prior arrangement only.
Your Hosts: Wendy and Warren Couch
14 Lord Street Port Campbell VIC 3269 Absolute Beach Frontage.
1/2/3 Brm A/C Fully Self Contained Villas with private balconies offering ocean and bay views. Secure off street parking. Austar, private spa baths, dishwasher, microwave and oven.
50m to restaurants, cafes and shops. 10minutes to 12 Apostles.
Shipwrecks in and around Port Campbell National Park
Port Campbell VIC 3269 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.