Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road is more than a road – it represents a coastal region of south-west Victoria, Australia, running from Bellarine Peninsula near Geelong to Portland near the border with South Australia.
Geelong is a city located 70 km south west of Melbourne, Australia, in the Great Ocean Road region on Corio Bay, part of Port Phillip Bay.
Apollo Bay is a town on the Great Ocean Road region of Victoria, Australia.
The Bellarine Peninsula forms the western side of the mouth of Port Phillip Bay in Victoria, Australia.
Port Campbell is a town in the Great Ocean Road region of Victoria, Australia.
Warrnambool is a city in Victoria, Australia. It is located 265 km southwest from the CBD of Melbourne, and has a population of 31,000.
Lorne is a town in the Great Ocean Road region of Victoria, Australia.
Colac is a town on the Princes Highway in the Great Ocean Road region of Victoria.
Portland is a town in Victoria, Australia. Sharp Airlines fly to Portland from Adelaide and from Melbourne.
Torquay is a city in Victoria, Australia. Located at the eastern end of the Great Ocean Road, Torquay is a famous surfing spot, with Quiksilver and Rip Curl headquartered here and Bells Beach just around the corner.
Anglesea is a town in the Great Ocean Road region of Victoria, Australia.
Camperdown is a town on the Princes Highway in the Great Ocean Road region of Victoria.
Port Fairy is a town in the Great Ocean Road region of Victoria.
Aireys Inlet is a town in the Great Ocean Road of Victoria, Australia.
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