Although the 12th disciple stone of the most essential landmark of the Great Ocean Road is located in Port Campbell National Park, it is a pity that few tourists will choose to stay in this small town. In fact, it is not only a scenic spot, but also worth staying for one night, and feel the beautiful sunset of the Great Ocean Road.
During the day, the peak of tourists is still crowded and noisy, and it is not suitable for taking pictures.
The best time to visit the 12 disciples is actually two hours after sunrise and two hours before sunset, both to avoid a large number of group visitors, but also to capture the most beautiful sunrise and sunset. Therefore, Port Campbell has become a perfect destination for self-driving tourists. Living in the town, it is only ten kilometers away from the sights, and it is easy to reach both sunrise and sunset.
In addition, the port itself is also a beautiful place to enjoy the sunset. After the locals get off work, they like to come to the port to sit down, blowing a beer and drinking beer, which is simply a picture of longing for life.
Port Campbell is the quintessence of the Great Ocean Road, a collection of architectures that are naturally piled up by limestone and sandstone, including Gibsons Steps, The Grotto, London Bridge, Arches, Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge. The scenic spots are not far apart, and it is very convenient to drive all the way. When you see a variety of stones, you may not feel so shocked. But when the mood along the way is the most precious part of this trip. You can see the seascapes in different areas. They come in different colors and different forms, and they are all played and displayed here.
If you ask the hair on the Great Ocean Road, the photos taken are not enough to describe. It is the shock and emotion that you see after you see it. The sea, the sun, the waves of the waves, the freedom of the seagulls flying. It is a road full of possibilities. Here, you listen to all kinds of waves, smell the different seas, and feel the different temperatures that kelp gives you.