Really want to pack all the beautiful scenery home, so inadvertently took thousands of photos, Ocean Road is so attractive, people want to stop. Before coming to Australia, I heard that there are kangaroos everywhere, but we have been here for several days, only to see the sign of the carefully kangaroo on the side of the road, even a kangaroo hair was not seen, so disappointed, my husband said, let's take a picture on the side of the road sign, on behalf of us. One by one, the scenic spots near the Twelve Apprentices Rock are about three kilometers apart. Formerly, the rock was a prominent headland connecting the sea and land. It was named "London Bridge" because of two circular holes formed by erosion and erosion of the waves, which happened to be double archs. On the evening of January 15, 1990, a circular hole connected with the land suddenly collapsed and separated from the mainland to form the broken bridge now seen, so it was called London Bridge.
London bridge is falling down,falling down,falling down~~~~
I can't imagine why I chose such a name here. The London Bridge is actually next to the Twelve-Disciple Stone and can only be seen from a distance. The scenery is very beautiful. The sky is blue and the water is clear. This is also the impression of Ocean Road. It's a very good place.
At the Twelve-Disciples Tourist Center, you can see all the Ocean Road attractions. The nearest place to the Twelve-Disciples is London Bridge. Because I haven't done any strategy, I don't know what it is. At first glance, it's a worthwhile trip. I think the visitors'center intentionally refuses to put pictures in order for you to experience them personally. If this thing is named in China, it may be Nantianmen or something like that. It can't be Magpie Bridge anyway. It's rough and thick and has nothing to do with romance.
The London Bridge, also known as the London Arch, was originally connected to the mainland. It was washed away by the sea all the year round to form two circular bridges, which looked like a bridge from a distance. In 1990, the section near the mainland was cut off, and now it has become another scenic spot to visit on Ocean Road.
London Bridge is a magnificent natural landscape near Apollo Beach in Melbourne. Two flat and wide boulders lie across the sea, and the middle of them is disconnected. It feels like the broken London Bridge. It's amazing. The waves beat against huge rocks and splashed big waves, which was very magnificent.
It is a famous scenic spot on the ocean road, originally connected with the mainland, which has been eroded by the sea water for many years. The rocks here collapsed and separated from the mainland decades ago, forming a broken bridge isolated in the sea. So we drove past Campbell Harbour and saw a heavy rain, but we did not see the archway of Golden sunset.
It's worth seeing. The scenery is beautiful, the sky is blue and the waves are bursting. Helicopters are especially recommended at A$145.
London Bridge is a spectacular sight on Ocean Road. London Bridge is a huge rock that looks like a bridge. Because of the erosion of ocean waves, two circular holes are formed, which are called London Bridge. In 1990, the circular cave collapsed and the bridge was broken into two sections.