Worth a visit if in the area, but don’t waste time walking from the 12 Apostles visitor centre, if you’ve got a car, drive to the Gibson steps car park. We made the mistake of walking from the visitor...
The view along the coast is spectacular, as are all the viewing sites along this remarkable coastline. Disappointing that the steps are closed off but when you observe the significant fissure in the ...
Unfortunately the stairs down to the beach from the cliffs were closed, but it was still delightful to look over the ocean to the sound of the baaing sheep across the road rather than to the sound of ...
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.
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 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.