The twelve disciples on the Great Ocean Road are Australia's famous attractions. You can choose to travel by car in Australia. The way along the Great Ocean Road is beautiful. The Twelve Apostles is actually 12 sandstone, protruding from the South Pacific Ocean are the result of thousands of years of waves and sea breeze. Representing the baptism, carved into a human face by nature, and the 12 rocks with strange and different expressions, seemingly sad, some with gentle, skillful faces.
The scenery on the Great Ocean Road, the most spectacular is the twelve disciples, but now there are only seven and a half left, maybe some days will fall, so I still have to look at 
The helipad of the helicopter is very close to the twelve disciples, so the car parked in the twelve-disciplinary parking lot. There are three types of helicopter routes, the shortest is 15 minutes and 45 kilometers, including 5 scenic spots such as Shipwreck Coast, London Bridge, and 12 disciples. It is quite affordable, and most tourists choose this route. There are two routes, one 20 minutes. 90 km, covering 9 attractions, the price is 235 Australian dollars; the other 1 hour, covering 14 attractions, the end point is the Otway Lighthouse, but to 570 Australian dollars, local tyrants can be considered. The regular recommendation is to do a 145 AUD trip for 15 minutes. The process of queuing to buy tickets is to let you write your own name on the touchpad and then weigh it on a metal scale. After weighing, you will print the name you wrote on the ticket to you. If you have a backpack that you carry with you, the crossbody bag is not allowed to be carried on the plane. It can be placed in the car or stored in the ticket seller. I took out Xiong Da Xiong II, and the staff waved and said NONONO. . . It is estimated that the two bears will fall into the flowers and plants. . . After buying the ticket, I will line up for the flight. I will wear a life jacket on my body before taking the flight. When the queue is queued, the staff will coordinate and try to arrange 7 people to fill a plane. If the team compares, it is recommended that you split into two planes. If a hat water bottle needs to be thrown in the box next to it, retrieve it after the end. Personally feel that the weather factor is the key, so it is good to buy tickets on the spot, if the weather is not good, there is no need to sit. .
The Great Ocean Road is 243 kilometers long in the southwest of Melbourne. It is surrounded by mountains and seas. The mountains and roads are rugged and beautiful. The original beaches, beautiful towns and rainforests are called the most beautiful Great Ocean Road. After the First World War, the countrys economy was sluggish, and the government arranged 50,000 Australian soldiers to come here to build roads to provide employment placement. The "World War I" in English was "Great War". In order to commemorate the road repaired by the soldiers of World War I, it was named "Great Ocean Road". Sculptures of road-crossing soldiers can also be seen at the entrance to the Great Ocean Road. The most famous attraction on the Great Ocean Road is the twelve disciples.
Twelve disciples in the Port Campbell National Park. When people discovered the 12 rock columns eroded by seawater in the early days, they only felt that the landscape was shocking, but they did not attract too many people to come to watch. But some people later named these 12 stone pillars as the twelve disciples who followed Jesus. The two disciples, and then this attraction is on fire. Everyone wants to see how shocking the natural landscape, which is known as the 12 disciples, shows how important it is to name the attraction. The most beautiful photos are taken at sunrise and sunset, and these wonders can be viewed from the air by helicopter, 15 minutes per person, and the price is about 140 Australian dollars. After the weathering and seawater erosion, these pillars have collapsed. In the principle of seeing a pillar early when you go to see it, everyone will go to see it early, otherwise they will not see it later. Is it regret? Perhaps as time goes by, these 12 pillars will disappear.
The Twelve Apostles are located in the Port Campbell National Park on the Great Ocean Road in Australia and are one of the great attractions along the Great Ocean Road. They are rock stacks erecting from the sea. They were originally part of the coastline and were gradually separated by the waves and wind. Because the original twelve stacks were reminiscent of the twelve apostles who followed Jesus, they were named The Twelve Apostles. Due to the continuous erosion of the waves, only seven of the twelve are left. On the way to the Twelve Apostles, there is a well-known staircase known as the Gibson Steps, which is cut from the cliff and leads down to the beach.