Treasure the Land we Love

This land is rich in reward for the observant and those with the time to fall under the spell of it’s special places. Accept our invitation to slow down, stay a while and begin to feel the way we do about our home.

 

Environmental Impacts – it’s #biggerthanyou

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Local Artists of the 12 Apostles Coast & Hinterland

Bold landscapes fuel intense artistic...

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It's our home too

Please slow down and watch for wildlife. Our wildlife has had free reign of the National Park and many townships during...

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Under the Sea with Deakin University Warrnambool

Deep dive into...

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Coastal Flora in the 12 Apostles Coast Region

The sculpted cliff top carpet provides an almost comical homage to the power of wind that shapes it into form. Take a closer look...

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12 Apostles Gourmet Trail

I am the blood of strawberry gems, the earthy scent of an oozing blue, the stillness in the whisky glass. I am the gift of...

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Children playing on Port Campbell beach with the pier in the background

Responsible Visitation

Look after the places you love to visit, and always leave the land as you find it. Our beautiful landscapes bring a lot of joy to...

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Female on a stand up paddle board in Port Campbell Bay

Stay a little longer

The real rush can only begin if you just slow down. We want you to see this incredible region in the way we do. Check out an...

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Female and dingo in the foreground and male in the background

When Winter turns to Spring

This time of year is like a winter/spring hybrid. As things start to grow, blossom and warm up, there is still a cool breeze and a cosy feeling that...

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Come as your are. Leave a little different.

A journey from a mobile device and back into the real...

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Laura, Sam and the Forage Fam

Looking after our beautiful coastal environment and marine life is important to us therefore, we like to incorporate sustainability practices in our...

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The Sunshine Couple

There were homemade flat breads toasting, at least 6 eggs popping on the hotplate, the whitest of cheeses and a tiny ancient saucepan spilling over...

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Female on a stand up paddle board in Port Campbell Bay

The small things are important

To me contributing to a sustainable world is about the small things. Picking up rubbish when we see it. Always choosing the plastic free alternative...

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Grass Roots

A sustainable destination actively encourages its visitors to understand the area, its history and environment. Expectation is exceeded by focusing...

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Keeping it REAL

Of course I want to deliver fabulous seasonal food and great customer service but I also hope to encourage those who visit to understand more about...

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A more sustainable solution

Can small change lead to big picture difference?  I believe it can. Are you up for...

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Blue water dreaming

We can all do our bit – it can as simple as picking up plastic from the beach and making sure we take all rubbish home. Plastics pollution of the...

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Eco Vision

The Great Ocean Road Wildlife Park and Dingo Awareness Centre is a park with an...

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Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the Great Ocean Road region the Wadawuurung, Eastern Maar & Gunditjmara. We pay our respects to their Ancestors, past present and emerging. We recognise and respect their unique cultural heritage and the connection to their traditional lands. We commit to building genuine and lasting partnerships that recognise, embrace and support the spirit of reconciliation, working towards self-determination, equity of outcomes and an equal voice for Australia’s first people.