Wednesday, November 22, 2006

The Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road follows the Victoria coast, offering stunning ocean views.

The road winds along the coast - you won't be breaking any speed limits. (And the road was empty!)


38°SAngleseyAnglesey for breakfast


Loch Ard Gorge

GorgeGorgeThe Loch Ard Gorge is part of Port Campbell National Park.

The sailing ship Loch Ard ran aground on 1 June, 1878.


The Twelve Eight Apostles

12?Honorable TouristsThe Twelve Apostles are a collection of eight natural limestone stacks standing just off shore.

Looking EastLooking west

Visitors' Centre

Rammed Earth WallsRammed Earth WallsThe visitors' centre uses what looks like rammed earth construction to me. (As seen at the CAT Information Centre.)

CentreArtI like the artwork!

Codrington Wind Farm

Wind FarmWind farmCodrington has 14 wind turbines with a combined capacity of 18.2MW


artOur hotel receptionist at the Richmond Henty was bemused, and perhaps slightly alarmed, that we'd done the Great Ocean Road in a day.

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