Ancient in design and dynamic in form. Visit a region shaped by water, wind and fire,
creating the towering sea stacks and volcanic lakes and craters.
A vibrant pastoral history, rich volcanic soils and philanthropic benefactors have left a legacy of cultured streetscapes and magnificent historic buildings just north of the coast.
* Camperdown Courthouse Information and Art
* Alan Marshall Discovery Trail
* Glenormiston College
* Dry Stone Walls
* Camperdown Heritage Car Tour
* Camperdown and District Heritage Centre
* Heytesbury and District Historical Society (Port Campbell)
* Timboon Trestle Bridge
* Glenample Homestead
There are approximately 638 known shipwrecks along Victoria’s coast, although only around 240 of them have been discovered. Many of these wrecks occurred on the Shipwreck Coast, with several road signs leading visitors to the known resting place of some of these ships.
Discover some of the shipwrecks of the Twelve Apostles coastline including Antares, Children, Falls of Halladale, Fiji, Loch Ard, Marie Gabrielle, Napier and Newfiel
An informative collection of artefacts from wrecks between Childers Cove and Moonlight Head is on display at the 12 Apostles Visitor Information Centre, Port Campbell. A 1/60th scale model of the Loch Ard allows visitors to reference the size of the ship against actual hardware including a kedging anchor on display. Entry is free!
Address: 26 Morris Street, Port Campbell