combined with an Australian feeling. You will know what they mean while you enjoy a cappuccino at a trendy open air cafe and watch everyone enjoying a day in the sun on the beach fronting Loutit Bay. A good place to stop for another night’s rest as you make your way up the Great Ocean Road is Apollo Bay. Situated within the rolling foothills at the edge of Cape Otway 辽宁舰抵达香港 交警嗑瓜子被停职

Home / combined with an Australian feeling. You will know what they mean while you enjoy a cappuccino at a trendy open air cafe and watch everyone enjoying a day in the sun on the beach fronting Loutit Bay. A good place to stop for another night’s rest as you make your way up the Great Ocean Road is Apollo Bay. Situated within the rolling foothills at the edge of Cape Otway 辽宁舰抵达香港 交警嗑瓜子被停职

Travel-and-Leisure Victoria’s Great Ocean Road has a reputation for being one of the world’s most magnificent roads. So that you can truly appreciate it, you need to take it leisurely. Yes, you can possibly do it in a day: it is merely 150 miles long. It would be a shame to rush it, though. Instead, plan on breaking your journey up into a few overnight stops. By doing this, you have time to really soak it all in. It is straightforward to locate Great Ocean Road accommodation. The road was built for travelers and your arrival is expected. Even though Lorne is only a short hop from Torquay, it is a good choice for your first stop on the Great Ocean Road. For over a hundred years, Lorne has been called one of Australia’s most magnificent towns. Those who stay there often remark that it reminds them of a Mediterranean coastal town, combined with an Australian feeling. You will know what they mean while you enjoy a cappuccino at a trendy open air cafe and watch everyone enjoying a day in the sun on the beach fronting Loutit Bay. A good place to stop for another night’s rest as you make your way up the Great Ocean Road is Apollo Bay. Situated within the rolling foothills at the edge of Cape Otway, Apollo Bay has many attractions that could easily keep you busy for at least a day, if not longer. Head down to the beach for some waves or simply to say "G-day" to the local seals as you go on a guided sea kayak tour. Or you might prefer to go horseback riding on the beach. Then again, you may just want to unwind and explore the unique shops, cafes and restaurants in and around the town. As you pass through the spectacular Great Otway National Park, be sure to give yourself plenty of time to explore. You will see some of Australia’s oldest stands of trees there and go through verdant coastal rain forests full of giant ferns. Stop in at one of Australia’s oldest lighthouses right out at the tip of the cape and take in the breathtaking views. Keep your eyes peeled for koalas, kangaroos, parrots and wallabies: Cape Otway is a protected sanctuary for Australia’s local wildlife. You cannot stop short of the 12 Apostles, near Port Campbell. You would have seen photographs of them before. The 12 Apostles are one of Australia’s most photographed attractions. Seeing a photograph of them does not do them justice, though. You need to see them in person. Aside from just stopping at the edge of the road, one way it is possible to see them is by hiking the Great Ocean Walk from Apollo Bay. It’s a 64 mile (104kim) walk, though, so its not to be taken lightly. Another good way to view the 12 Apostles is from the air. Stay the night in Port Campbell and book a helicopter flight. It will be a memorable experience. These are only a few of the highlights of the Great Ocean Road. It could honestly be said that the whole road is one highlight after the other. Take your time and find out why this road is considered one of the world’s most magnificent. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: