This is a viewpoint on the Great Ocean Road. You can see the beautiful coastline, and the momentum is quite majestic. However, this viewing spot is also a relatively small one, just get off the bus and punch in. Doesn't take much time
Passing here from Melbourne to Great Ocean Road. Probably the location is in the middle of Lorne town to Great Otway National Park, a viewing platform on the south coast. There are parking spaces, free parking. There is a bronze medal on the viewing platform written densely in English, which is probably the introduction of Cape Barton. Since this is a commanding height, you can see the majestic sea and the cliffs not far away.
Kennett River is a small waterfront town on the Great Ocean Road. It is quiet and peaceful. It is one of the transfer stations for many tourists and locals visiting the Great Ocean Road. It is probably located between the Little Red Riding Hood Lighthouse and the Twelve Apostles. This is the case in many small towns on the Great Ocean Road. They are not large in scale, like a gathering spot, but with complete infrastructure, including supermarkets, hotels, stores, restaurants, and many also have RV camps. For tourists, you can see wild koalas and feed parrots. As long as there is the right food, it is not difficult to attract a parrot. Parrots eat sunflower seeds professionally, twice as fast as mine. . . And leave after eating, not particular about it. . .