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Peterborough

Great walks, golf, sheltered bays and spectacular coastal lookouts. Peterborough is nestled between the Curdies River and the spectacular Bay of Martyrs.

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Port Campbell

A small fishing village snuggled around a horseshoe shaped bay on a wild coastline. It is easy to fall under the spell of Port Campbell

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Princetown

The Gellibrand River makes a virtual island of the hilltop village of Princetown. It's lazy meander reflective of the flow of time through the valley.

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Timboon

Timboon is the gourmet hub of the 12 Apostles region, enjoy a wooded village just 17 km north of Port Campbell and Peterborough. Treat your tastebuds!

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Camperdown

Well preserved architecture, lakes, green rolling pasture and manicured streetscapes conjure visions of England on the rolling volcanic plain.

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Terang

Terang is one of the oldest rural towns in the state and is noted for it's grand historic trees. Some of which are over 100 years old and classified by the

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Cobden

Experience real country hospitality close to lakes, craters, gourmet produce and just a short drive from the coast.

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Skipton

Discover some real gold on route to Melbourne via Ballarat. Spot a platypus, visit a local art gallery or take a ride on the Ballarat Skipton Rail Trail

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Derrinallum

Derrinallum is a picturesque town at the base of Mt Elephant, one of western Victoria’s most prominent volcanic features.

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Lismore

Conveniently located en route to Ballarat from the 12 Apostles Lismore is on the historic Wooltrack and between Geelong and Hamilton.

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Warrnambool

Wonderful Warrnambool overlooking the sheltered waters of Lady Bay is the largest town on Victoria's Great Ocean Road.

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Portland

Historic Portland harbour is the site of Victoria's first settlement. Gateway to Cape Bridgewater and Lower Glenelg National Park.

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Port Fairy

A beautiful Historic village on the banks of the Moyne River. Port Fairy is home to cafe's, restaurants, galleries and the iconic Port Fairy Folk Festival.

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Apollo bay

With sweeping green hills, pristine waters and plenty to delight diners and shoppers. Apollo Bay is a popular Great Ocean Road destination

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Colac

Colac is a pretty rural centre on the edge of Lake Colac just north of the Otway Ranges and the Great Ocean Road

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Lorne

Surrounded by tall forested hills overlooking Louttit Bay; Lorne offers postcard scenery and a wonderful selection of eateries and accommodation.

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Torquay

Fun capital of the Surf Coast and gateway to the Great Ocean Road; Torquay is the epicentre of Victoria's surf industry and a vibrant hub of surf culture.

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Geelong

Our city by the bay! Explore a waterfront dotted with cafes, enigmatic bollards and the iconic Cunningham Pier. Gateway to the Bellarine Peninsula.

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The 12 Apostles

The 12 Apostles are located in Port Campbell National Park between Princetown and Port Campbell on Victoria's Great Ocean Road

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