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


The relentless pounding of the Southern Oceans takes only 600 years to shape and destroy the icons of the sea. Witness the evolution from Loch Ard Gorge (headland), to London Bridge (island/arch), to the Twelve Apostles (stack), to collapse.


Plucked from the orchard. Fished from the sea. Reared off the land.

Let your taste buds guide and flourish, feeding on the bountiful harvest provided by earth, wind, water and some inspired local endeavour.


Let the rise and fall of the sun dictate time as you take to the trail by foot or bike. With the pace slowed to a gentle march, spot the subtleties of natures master strokes on a canvas that includes sight, sound, smell and touch. Coast and crater, sea and sand, self-transformation is inevitable.


Be embraced by natures indulgences, exploring the raw beauty of the coast , the lakes and craters left as imprints by ancient volcanoes. By land, by water, by air, choose your craft and let the natural world feed your spirit.


Welcome to the many towns and villages of the 12 Apostles Coast and Hinterland. Expect the exceptional, you won’t be disappointed.  Landscapes beyond your wildest imaginings
to invigorate and inspire!


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.