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      GREETINGS FROM  THE GREAT OCEAN ROAD
       Still Under Construction but Lots to See and Explore Updated April 2018
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      ****Whales have been sighted between Lorne and Apollo Bay***
      ***** Great Ocean Road  road surface is very rough Kennett River to Apollo Bay *****
      ****************NEW FEATURE PUBLIC TOILETS along Great Ocean Road*************


      Great Ocean
        Road beach scene near 12 Apostles

        Great Ocean Road Beach Near 12 Apostles

      Welcome to our virtual tour of Australia's world famous Great Ocean Road situated on the pristine and rugged west coast of Victoria. This Great Ocean Road tour comprises maps, satellite images, road and aerial videos and photographs of the main features along the Great Ocean Road, plus travel notes and things to do and see on your Great Ocean Road tour. This Great Ocean Road tour of approximately 360 kilometers begins at Torquay on right hand side of the map below and ends at Portland on the left hand side of the map. Due to the large amount of data on the site this tour of the Great Ocean Road has been broken down into small trips to facilitate down loads. Due to the design of this tour of the Great Ocean Road some photos and video may appear in previous town page. The Great Ocean Road passes through farm land, bush, along rugged cliffs and along sweeping beaches. To begin click on a coastal town below.





      Great Ocean Road interactive map

      All maps and satellite images used on this site are copyright Geoscience Australia.

      Great Ocean Road Distance and Travel Time Map
      Great Ocean Road Weather Data
      Wild Life of the Great Ocean Road
      Contact Us travel(at)greatoceanroad(dot)vc
      1,2 and 3 Day Great Ocean Road PDF Tour Guides
      Great Ocean Road Facts
      The idea of a Great Ocean Road was conceived in March 1918 with the formation of the Great Ocean Road trust.
      The Great Ocean Road trust had a budget of 150,00 pounds to construct a 100 mile long Great Ocean Road.
      The Great Ocean Road trust started survey work in August 1918 but due to the difficult terrain only 10 miles of the Great Ocean Road was surveyed by March 1919.
      The construction of the Great Ocean Road by the Great Ocean Road trust was officially started in September 1919 but in reality the Great Ocean Road trust had started work a month earlier.
      The Great Ocean Road trust employed 50 World War 1 returned soldiers on the Lorne to Apollo Bay section of the Great Ocean Road.
      The Great Ocean Road trust took thirteen years to complete the Lorne Apollo section of the Great Ocean Road due to the difficult terrain.
      The Great Ocean Road trust
      introduced tolls in December 1922 to defray the cost of construction of the Great Ocean Road.
      The popularity of the Great Ocean Road was such that the Great Ocean Road trust earned 250 pounds in the first month of tolls.
      In 1924 a ship carrying alcohol was stranded and dropped the cargo of alcohol near Cape Paton. Due to drunk workers the Great Ocean Road trust lost 2 weeks of work on the Great Ocean Road
      The Great Ocean Road trust completed the Great Ocean Road in April 1932 with the help of the Country Roads Board through to Warrnambool.
      The completion of the Great Ocean Road by the Great Ocean Road trust gave excellent road access to the towns of Torquay, Anglesea, Aires inlet, Fairhaven, Lorne, Wye River, Kennett River, Apollo Bay, Lavers Hill, Princetown, Port Campbell and Peterborough and opened up the tourist attractions of Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, The Arch, London Bridge, The Grotto, Bay of Islands and Boat Harbour.
      In October 1932 the Great Ocean Road trust gifted the Great Ocean Road to the Australian state of Victoria.
      The Great Ocean Road is one of Vistorias and Australias premiere tourist attractions.
      The Great Ocean Road is visited by up to 1 million local, interstate and overseas tourists each year.
      The Great Ocean Road is one of the worlds best ocean drives.
      Tourism is the lifeblood of the Great Ocean Road towns.
      The Great Ocean Road gives access to some of the finest surfing beaches in Australia including Jan Juc, Bells Beach, Fairhaven, Lorne, Wye River, Kennett River, Apollo Bay and Johanna.
      The Great Ocean Road gives access to the pristine Eucalypt forests of the Oyway ranges.
      The Great Ocean Road has numerous spectacular lookouts including Urquharts Bluff, Teddys Lookout, Mt Defiance, Marriners Lookout plus numerous unnamed lookouts.
      The Great Ocean Road provides access to numerous waterfalls in the Otways Ranges including Erskine Falls, Swallows Caves, Urquharts Falls, Hopetown Falls, Beauchamp Falls, Triplet Falls and Little Aire Falls.
      The Great Ocean Road passes through large sections of the Great Otway National Park that is home to Koalas, Kangeroos, Wallabies, Echidnas, Kookaburras, Wedgetail Eagles and numerous birds of prey.
      The Great Ocean Road has some of the finest whale watching from land in Australia.
      The Great Ocean Road has up to 200 Southern Right Whales visit each year between July and October.
      The most scenic part of the Great Ocean Road between Lorne and Apollo Bay with its many high points provides excellent viewing of Southern Right Whales. Warrnamboll has an excellent viewing platform for Whale watching at Logans Beach.
      The worlds largest mammal the magnificient Blue Whale can be seen on the extended Great Ocean Road tour at Portland between mid December and February.
      USEFUL LINKS

      www.greatoceanroad.bz  Travel planning site,services, things to do, places to stay and eat. Under construction
      www.greatoceanroadjobs.info     Jobs available along the Great Ocean Road  Under construction                 

      www.greatoceanroadhomes.com Homes for sale on the Great Ocean Road     Coming Soon
      www.greatoceanroadgolf.com     Golf Courses along the Great Ocean Road      Coming Soon
      www.peaknaturalproducts.com   Home of the Famous "Bugger Off" Bush Fly treatment to improve your Great Ocean Road Tour 
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