#tripaway Most of people taught tower bridge is London bridge but it wasn’t true. London bridge is on the left side and tower bridge is on the right side from London Bridge station. At London bridge, you may see the shard, tower bridge and other buildings. It was a nice experience to see the red double decker bus passing by us on the bridge.
The weathered boulder turned out to be so beautiful. The shipwreck coast & London Bridge
Great Ocean Road, which cannot be missed by the Great Ocean Road, is located in the southwest of Melbourne. It is a coastal road in Australia with a total length of nearly 300 kilometers. With beaches, cliffs and forests, hundreds of miles of roads are breathtaking and beautiful. The Great Ocean Road is known as the most beautiful coastal road in the world. It has also been listed by countless travel enthusiasts. in.
Twelve Apostles is the most well-known scenic spot on the Great Ocean Road. Many people drive the Great Ocean Road and look back after seeing the twelve disciples. This is a pity. In fact, there are still many things to watch on the Great Ocean Road. This is especially recommended for the Shipwreck Coast and London Bridge.
Shipwreck Coast: It is only about 10 minutes drive from the Twelve Apostles. As its name suggests, there have been more than 80 shipwrecks, large and small, due to the rush of the terrain. The most widely known of them was a British immigrant ship named "Loch Ard" on the way to Melbourne in June 1878. In the case of death, 52 people were killed and only 2 were still alive.
Today, visitors can walk along the canyon to the beach, enjoy the beautiful scenery of the canyon, blue sky and white clouds, the blue sea, the sun shines like a jade-like luster, strolling on the soft sand, imagining not So many lives have fallen here.
London Bridge: The London Bridge is also a weathered boulder. Due to the erosion of the waves, two round holes are formed, which are double arched and look like a stone bridge. Perhaps it was exiled to Australia. In order to ease the feelings of homesickness, the British were named "London Bridge".
The London Bridge on the Great Ocean Road In the evening of January 1, 1990, the circular hole connected to the land suddenly collapsed and separated from the mainland, so the London Bridge we are seeing is actually a broken bridge in London.
The sea breeze on the edge of the London Bridge is extremely ferocious and the wind is particularly large. In addition to the summer, the spring and autumn and winter should pay attention to the cold and warm.
Australia | Must-see hotel on the Great Ocean Road to see the scenery starry sky alpaca
This time the Great Ocean Road chooses to live in Seafarers Getaway in Apollo Bay, this hotel is built on the hillside of the road, the bedroom is the floor-to-ceiling windows The scenery is beautiful!
Room type must book a two-bedroom villa, the one bedroom is at the bottom, not high enough to be wide. We are very fortunate to get the highest row of three rooms on the side (there is only one side in the middle), the main bedroom is full of large glass windows on both sides, it is super beautiful!
The room is apartment-style, you can cook for yourself. Driving in 5 minutes is the town of Apollo Bay. There are restaurants and supermarkets. It is highly recommended to buy food and come back to do it yourself, then look at the scenery on the outside terrace, and suddenly feel that this is life, only one night is really reluctant to leave.
The Great Ocean Road has very little light pollution, the air is clear, and you can see the starry sky at night. It is a pity that there was a cloud that night, and only one of them was photographed in the gap between the clouds. In the Milky Way, the stars were shining. It turns out that the stars are really blue, and the book is not a lie.
There are all pastures around the house. You can also tease and watch the alpacas you want to laugh at.
This hotel is very red. It is said that the peak season should be booked a few months in advance. The off-season is much better. We booked it almost ten days in advance.
Address: 6080 Great Ocean Road
Australia's Great Ocean Road Self-driving | Apollo Bay's net red hotel with grass mud horse ranch
This Great Ocean Road self-driving We stayed at Seafarers Gateway Resort in Apollo Bay for one night, this hotel is real Facing the sea, the sea view is super beautiful, and it also comes with a grass mud horse ranch. It is great to scribble mud horses!
If you live in this house, it is recommended to choose the family room on the top of the mountain like us. It is very quiet. It is surrounded by the green grass slope of the sea. The floor-to-ceiling windows can overlook Apollo. The view is full of fried chicken. It is real. Facing the sea. In the evening, you can look up at the stars, because there is no light pollution, you can see the stars in the sky, the beautiful cry! On the second day, I went to the balcony on the doorstep to eat breakfast on the background of the South Pacific Ocean. ~
This hotel also has an alpaca ranch, where you can happily scribble mud horses at any time. Be careful when you are born!
Speaking of the Great Ocean Road, its a bit of a day to drive back and forth, or staying for one night is better. If you are driving for two days and one night, it is recommended to live in this net red hotel with grass mud horse~
"Seafarers Gateway Resort"
Address: 6080 GREAT OCEAN ROAD
The Gibson ladder is so magnificent, we are deeply attracted to the past.
When we walked down the Gibson ladder and stepped down, the sky had evolved from golden to sky blue, and the beach finally woke up, and we missed the beautiful moment.
I heard that the Gibson ladder was perfected by a Westerner named Gibson. It is said to be very dangerous and dangerous, but for those of you who have walked through the Huashan scorpion and the skywalk, it is simply a pediatrics.
Don't think that you have seen the Twelve Apostles, and the beauty of the Great Ocean Road is over. Since it is a self-driving resort that many people yearn for, the beauty is numerous.
For example, London Bridge is located in Port Campbell on the Great Ocean Road. It is a beautiful coastal landscape formed by the forces of nature. This rock is a shovel that connects the sea and the land. It is formed by the erosion of the waves to form two round holes. It is double arched, so it was named "London Bridge". In the evening of January 15, 1990, the circular hole connected to the land collapsed and separated from the mainland to form the broken bridge that is now seen. So now people call it "London Broken Bridge."
When you arrived at Gibson Steps, you will enter the most elite section of the Great Ocean Road. Since the 12 disciples can only walk into the beach from a distance, it is the best chance to get close to 12 disciples.
Walking down the steep steps along the steep steps, it is hard to imagine that this was actually a little artificially carved on the cliff in the last century.
Go to the Gibson Beach at the bottom of the cliff. The sand is delicate and the waves are rough. The 12 disciples in the distance are looming in the fog of the wave trip. It is suitable for making big movies~
The town of
Port Campbell is small and there are only nine restaurants. This wave is our eye-catching choice because the business is very good.... It turns out that the product is really good, and the menu is still bilingual. We had a breakfast and a dinner here, which can be described as stunning. The only downside is that it is not! often! slow! Breakfast waited for an hour to get up, and dinner was the same. Recommended: steak, fish, dessert, Benedict eggs.
The highlight of the Great Ocean Road is naturally a series of ocean landscapes along the shipwreck coast, including the Twelve Apostles, the Gibson Steps, Locker Canyon, London Bridge, Archipelago Bay and many more. When the coastline scenery is unobstructed, and the thousands of pictures are slowly unfolding in front of us, they really reach the Great Ocean Road in their own imagination.
Gibson Stone Steps, this is the first attraction to see the Twelve Apostles. It is said that this steep ladder was originally excavated by local Aboriginal people and later repaired by an early immigrant named Hugh Gibson. Perfection has become what it is now in front of us. The overall shape is zigzag and the width is about 1 meter. You can walk along the stone steps to the beach and look at the rocks from another angle.