Twelve Apostles and Landmarks

Twelve Apostles and Landmarks

The Twelve Apostles, a group of towering limestone stacks along Victoria's Great Ocean Road, are an iconic Australian landmark. But there's more to the area than just these natural wonders.

Nearby landmarks include Loch Ard Gorge, a stunning natural wonder formed by the sea eroding soft limestone cliffs. The Gibson Steps are another nearby attraction, with 86 steps leading down to the beach below for unique views of the Apostles.

The charming coastal town of Port Campbell is also worth a visit, with stunning views of the Southern Ocean, quaint shops, and restaurants. Visitors can take a guided tour to learn about the town's history.

While the Twelve Apostles are the main attraction, taking the time to explore these nearby landmarks is highly recommended. The Otways and Surf Coast region is a must-visit destination for any traveller to Australia, with its stunning coastal scenery and rich history.

Opening hours
9am - 5 pm Daily and only closed on Christmas Day
Great Ocean Rd & Booringa Rd, Princetown, Victoria, 3269
Admission price

Getting there

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The journey to Port Campbell takes almost 5 hours from Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station. You can catch a V/line train to Geelong Station, where a bus connects to the great Ocean Road.

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