Sarah and Denis Round the World travel blog

Warrnambool Cheese Factory

Home to Allansford's Cheeseworld

Bay of Islands

Was a bit windy

That's why they have a windfarm then

Bay of Martyrs

Was also very windy

The Grotto

Was formed by the power of the sea

Down in the grotto

The rock-people dwell

London Bridge - the arch linking the mainland collapsed in 1990 trapping...

The Blowhole at Loch Ard Gorge (1)

The Blowhole at Loch Ard Gorge (2)

Mutton Bird Island (with the Arch) at Loch Ard Gorge (1)

Mutton Bird Island at Loch Ard Gorge (2)

The gorge was named after a ship that ran aground with only...

5 of the 12 Apostles

The other 7 are obscured by the others to the north

Still windy !

Apparantly the 12 Apostles are the most photographed feature of Ozzie coastline

Part of the later section of the Great Ocean Road

At the end of the Great Ocean Road (the start for some)


We had a GRRReat day on the GRRReat Ocean Road starting off at Cheeseworld then stopping off at the Bay of Islands, Bay of Martyrs, The Grotto, London Bridge, Loch Ard Gorge and the Blowhole, and last but not least the Twelve Apostles. These are all rock formations. We even had time for a quick 2km hike between rain showers at Loch Ard, which was nice. We ended the day with a short drive to Melbourne through a rainforest and along the edge of the coast on roads hugging the hills. Melbourne was nice to us aswell as we were greeted with sunshine and a rainbow. See next entry. Still solid.



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