A selection of trails and lookouts that are more suitable for wheelchairs, frames, mobility scooters and those that would prefer to walk shorter distances.
Find your own space to connect with on of the world's most spectacular coastlines.
Call into the Port Campbell Visitor Information Centre or download a copy of the 12 Apostles and Surrounds Access Guide.
accessguideresized.pdf (1.5 MB) 12 Apostles and surrounds Access Guide
The Princetown Boardwalk restores an historic link from the township to the recreation reserve and river mouth. It also connects the town to a lovely picnic area and fishing platform near a bridge ...
Visitors are advised to check tide and ocean conditions before visiting Gibson Steps. This beach offers spectacular viewing opportunities in the right conditions. Park at the 12 Apostles car park a...
It is the sheer scale of the offshore stacks that are most breathtaking at this point. Many of you will have seen countless photos and images; nothing will prepare you for the grandeur of this icon...
Let the others rush be sure to take your time at Loch Ard Gorge. It is impossible to walk these trails and not be moved by the powers of nature that have shaped and the shipwreck history that defin...
An attraction in its own right! Port Campbell’s weathered jetty juts defiantly into the bay, dwarved by limestone cliffs and frequently by waves on the offshore reef.
The angle of Port Campbell Bay and the offshore reefs that provide its protection are beautifully captured from this viewing platform.
For many people the publicity surrounding the collapse of London Bridge frames a point in time.
Many a visitor holds a special memory of their visit to the Grotto. Spray from waves can cast a fine mist over the low viewing area; sunshine does the rest filling the air with rainbow delights.
The car park to the south of town offers views looking east across the wreck sites of the Schomberg and the Newfield.
Are the stacks martyred; sentinels guarding the land from the bold affront of the Southern Ocean or is reference made to the despicable events of nearby Massacre Bay where local aboriginals were he...
The Camperdown Gardens land was put aside in 1869 with work being carried out by Daniel Bunce from 1870, in 1888 inprovements were made under the guidance of William Guilfoyle.
Find your own space on this crystal clear volcanic lake on the southern outskirts of town.
The car park and lookout offer commanding views of Lake Corangamite and views across Lake Colongulac towards Mt Elephant.