I am a force to be reckoned with, an artist at work
I am the storm carved coastline, the beauty in the wreckage


Big bold beautiful nature! 

Natural landscapes beyond your wildest imaginings to invigorate and inspire. From rainforest to sea stack sculptures and volcanic lakes to deep ocean blues. 



Plucked from the orchard
Caught from the sea
Reared off the land

Taste the difference and treat your taste buds to flavours borne of the simplicity of quality ingredients, a pristine natural environment and inspired local endeavour.   


Join pilgrims from around the world on the trails, lookouts and pathways of one of the most spectacular natural landscapes on the planet. Run like an animal with the wind in your hair or find a trail for quiet reflection.

Breathe deep take a step and leave your cares behind! 


Let the wind play with your hair and the sand massage your feet.

Bring a book or bring your bike.
Give in to the natural flow, take it slow or go go go.

Run, walk, ride, reflect and recharge. Then slip into comfort at day's end.


Experience the comforts of a village that welcomes you at the end of the day and find your ideal base to explore the region.

Whether it is the sound of the sea, a quiet river's calm or broad avenues of historic trees you favour we have you covered from the craters to the coast.  


Inland from the 12 Apostles Coast you will find Australia's largest Volcanic Plain.  The remnants of this ancient volcanic field can be seen in the form of ancient Volcanoes and Lakes scattered in the landscape.


Get a glimpse of The 12 Apostles Coast & Hinterland

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Plan your stay

The local Visitor Information Centre team can help you plan and book to make sure you get the most out of your visit. Book here or call 1300 137 255 or email: pcvic@corangamite.vic.gov.au  

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We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the region, their cultures
and traditions, and their connections to its lands and waters.
We pay our respects to their Elders - past, present and future - and acknowledge the
important role Aboriginal people continue to play in the region.