So much more than a Visitor Information Centre

Open 7 days a week from 9am to 5pm

“This website has a pulse and a core body temperature of 37.5 degrees Celsius, it lives, it breathes it’s fresh and occasionally late for work.”

We sweat, bleed and cry tears of joy at the beauty of this region and regularly scrape our knees and break fingernails bringing you the freshest photos, videos views and news from the places we love!

So where are you? Why don’t you drop us a line or send us a shout out on social media? Make our day and come in and see us when you arrive, we can’t give away all the secrets in the digital sphere and we don’t spend hours each day on personal grooming just for selfies on Instagram. It’s all for you and in the hope you will walk through the door and let us help make your stay a memorable one.

Now we would hate to appear fresh but here is our phone number 1300 137 255 give us a call for some pre-visit tips, let us find you your ideal accommodation or pop in and meet the team when you arrive!

Port Campbell Visitor Information Centre

26 Morris Street,
Port Campbell, Victoria
Phone: 1300 137 255
Email: [email protected]


Meet the team


Mark likes to run, ride, paddle and swim and when shamed into it by friends will dust off the surfboard and throw himself into the ocean with varying results.

Mark is our go to for local flora, fauna, adventure sports and coastal geology. He also knows a bloke that knows a lot about fishing!
You will see Mark all over the place around sunrise and sunset with his trusty phone in hand. He says mobile photography has transformed the way he looks at the world. We just think he is addicted to Instagram but we are happy with the results. You can come in and see him for tips on where and when to shoot for the best photographic results.


Deb is our retail queen and you may want to browse her gift store when you come in and meet the team.

Deb was born and raised on the wild shores of the southern ocean and has insider knowledge that is for your ears only. Look for her around solstice and equinox dancing around bonfires like a whirling dervish. We love to hear Deb giggle coz it makes us all laugh. If you can make Deb giggle we will give you a free fridge magnet.


Lyn is our queen of facts and figures, we don’t need google to find the length of a gravel road or how many steps to a favourite lookout, we just call Lyn.

Don’t tell Lyn but Parks Victoria has added another step at the bottom of Gibson Steps to mitigate seasonal sand loss. We aren’t telling Lyn because we want to find out how long it takes before she has corrected all the information and let everyone know.


Gerdy is our northern towns and Volcanic Plains experts.

She knows her Noorat from her Keilembete and her dry stone walls from her nested Maars. Gerdy will give you all the advice you need for a Volcanic Lakes and Plains adventure. She speaks a little Dutch and wants to help you make the very most of your stay. Gerdy’s customised maps are works of art full of tips, comments, arrows and circles that are just for you.


Nina is a positive thinker, always cheerful, Italo-Irish girl who landed in the quaint little town of Port Campbell in 2015, and calls it home today.

Call in and test her knowledge, if she doesn’t have the answer you can bet your bottom dollar that she’ll know where to find it, but who knows, you may just end up having a friendly chat. She does have the “gift of the gab” so, we apologise in advance if your 5 minute stop in the Information Centre turns in to a 30 minute chat!

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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.