优的良仕After shooting the sunrise, I went to re-shoot the Rockard Canyon, which I did not visit yesterday. This one is very close to the Twelve Apostles and does not accept tickets. There are several viewing platforms here, all of which are far away. It's quite physically demanding. The scenery is not bad, it is worth a visit. After the car is parked in the parking lot, just follow the road signs. There are wooden plank roads along the way. Don't worry about getting lost, just walk to the beach. The plank road is still safe, but the terrain is more thrilling, so don't take pictures outside the plank road, remember, to ensure safety is the first. A panoramic view can be seen from the cliff, which is also quite spectacular. Then there are stairs to go down to the beach. The canyon is mainly two long mountains, stretched out to the sea, like two hands are closed, leaving only a small mouth. A part of the Twelve Apostles can be seen in the distance.
队长 大使馆Twelve Apostles is a collection of limestone stacks off the shore of Port Campbell National Park, by the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. It's a good place to walk by the side while snapping some photos.
爱耍的周大爷Port Campbell National Park can be regarded as a classic scenic spot on the Great Ocean Road. It is only eight kilometers away from Port Campbell. Rock Canyon, Blade's Edge Cliff, Echo Cave, and many viewing platforms can all enjoy the wonders of the rugged rocks on the Great Ocean Road. The Sherbrook River is at the westernmost end of the park. It takes a short walk to get here, but because of this, all the group tourists are avoided. The beaches here are almost empty, and the scenery is still magnificent!
优的良仕You can drive to the Gibson Steps soon from Otway. This is the first spot where you can see the Twelve Apostles, and you can go directly down to the beach to shoot, so it’s a must. It’s very close to the sea. It's cool, but the wind is so big here and the waves are big, so you need to wear more. The only drawback is that the waves are too big, so the fog in the air is too thick, and the photos are a bit hazy, but is it a bit fairy?
Twelve Apostles Marine National ParkCorangamite Shire,Australia
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The Great Ocean Road is located in southwest Melbourne, Australia. It is a 320-kilometer-long, world-famous coastal road.
2 km from the Twelve Apostles, there is a beautiful canyon called Loch Ard Gorge. On June 1, 1878, a British ship named Loch Ard arrived on the way to Melbourne. They found land that could be docked, but did not land immediately, but broke down on the ground. Drinking and celebrating. Unexpectedly, the wind was overwhelming that night, the anchor cable was broken, and the ship hit the rocks. The sailing apprentice Tom flew to the shore of the canyon against the lifeboat nearby and then stunned. When he woke up, he found himself lying on the beach and heard a weak cry for help. Tom saved a girl Eva who was only 18 years old. There were 54 people in the shipwreck, and only two of them survived. Later, Tom was still determined to sail, and Eav was very grateful to Tom for his life-saving grace, but he was afraid that he would lose his loved ones again. He was unwilling to marry Tom, who insisted on continuing to be a seafarer. So, Tom died in another shipwreck a few years later, Eva. Unmarried for life, has lived to 80 years old. This story is mentioned in Eva in a book. In order to commemorate the shipwreck, the descendants named the place "Ruo Ade" Valley and built 52 graves.
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There are countless rocky wonders on the Great Ocean Road. In addition to the most famous twelve apostles, there are actually many small attractions that are well worth a visit. For example, The Arch is an arched rock that has been washed by the sea for many years and is a masterpiece of nature creation. There are two viewing platforms, one from a high point to a clear arch shape, and the other to the other side of the coastline. Standing on a steep mountain, overlooking the straits and huge waves, the waves are turbulent and spectacular.
Loch Ard Gorge is only about 2 km from the 12 disciples of the Great Ocean Road. So after 12 tourers, don't forget to continue westbound.
A few hundred meters walk from the parking lot, you can overlook the canyon, and the huge rock stands in the sea, which is very shocking. But don't think that's all. Just follow the trail to the beach and feel the magnificence of the rock up close. Moreover, the beach here is particularly delicate, and the surge in the bay is not very large. Consider swimming in the sun.
But there will be snakes in the nearby grass, or be careful, try not to go inside the grass.