Driving for three days, Dayang Road stops at Apollo Bay, Port Campbell and Warrmbool. The sea along the road is magnificent. Apollo Bay's Chinese restaurant is expensive and tasteless. It is recommended to bring dry food, but there are supermarkets. The most remote town is Port Campbell, which is very small. There are only three restaurants and one supermarket. It closes at 6 p.m. Warrmambool is the largest and most prosperous town, but remember to drive because it's far from supermarkets and downtown. Starting from Apollo Bay, there will be brown signs along the way indicating that some of the classic living viewing stations are worth seeing and taking photos.
Ocean Road is a collection of the essence of Australian beauty, while Port Campbell is the essence of Ocean Road. It focuses on a collection of "buildings" carved by the monsoon from Antarctica and accumulated by limestone and sandstone, including Gibson" s Steps, The Grotto, London Bridge, Arch, Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge. The above scenic spots are not far apart. Nature's ghosts and axes are fully displayed here, so they are ready to enjoy continuous visual feasts and wave after wave of spiritual shock in a short time.
On the way to Ocean Road, we walked into a forest. Besides the lazy koala, we met the family of kangaroos, about ten of them. They are eating grass leisurely. We are not far from them, kangaroos also found us, we stopped to watch for a period of time and then slowly approached, kangaroos no matter we were close, continue to graze leisurely, the kangaroos in their mother's bag also stretched out their heads to eat, the scene is lovely and moving! We're looking at it, it's looking at us, and we've never been so close to this huge and lovely wildlife. There are many lovely koalas and parrots! Very recommendable trip!
Ocean Road - "is one of the greatest landscapes in the world. This beautiful holiday town is close to Melbourne and is connected to a rugged road. The scenery along the road is very beautiful. It stretches inward through the two beautiful Otaways of Richness. Between Port Campbell and Port Fairy are steep cliffs and swirling seas. The eroded boulder "The Twelve Apostles of Jesus" in Port Campbell National Park is an awesome sight. Here's a little experience - "Ocean Road signs are relatively good, plus Google Map on mobile phones can be used to navigate, so don't save some money on GPS. The other is the recommendation of full insurance, in case something happens, it won't make a lot of losses. In addition, if you are reluctant to change cars and look for gas stations everywhere, a tank of Prepaid is necessary. If you take Ocean Road, if you only go from Melbourne to Ocean Road, there is no toll-free highway section. If you go to Phillip Island, there will be toll-free section, you should pay attention to it.
Second time on Ocean Road, chartered. Ocean Road is a little cold in winter, but it does not affect its beautiful scenery. The three-day and two-night journey was full of surprises. Far away, we saw the southern ridge sprinkling, wild koalas perched on trees, kangaroos scurrying across the highway, playing with mice, and visiting the largest shotgun store in Weizhou. The most worthwhile is to go to the beach of Su Jing Point.
Australia's three famous! Great Barrier Reef, Big Rock and Ocean Road! The long and winding road represents the hardship of the miners at that time. The wind whistled past. The wind outlet may not straighten the waist, but only when standing in the wind can we realize the power of nature! No tickets, cost-effective. Melbourne is indeed one of the most spectacular sights in Victoria and Australia as a whole.
In front of this road is a large section of coastal construction, one side is the sea, the other side is the mountains, the scenery is very unique. In the car, looking at the distant blue sea water and the blue sky in poor places, looking at the nearby green waves rolling out of white waves, only think that nature is too magical. That kind of scene can't be described clearly, and that kind of mood can't be described in words. It's so open and wonderful! This road is mainly built by veterans after the end of one stop, so there is a special monument. Passing through some tourist towns is another leisure scene, many self-driving vehicles parked on the roadside. Three or five groups of people surfing at the seaside, from a distance, like a small penguin, ah, unfortunately, people penguins from the sea before dark, can not pretend to be! Seabirds are still friendly, standing beside you with their little eyes open, looking at you calmly and without fear! Lovely and then came to the famous 12 disciples scenic spot. The yellowish-brown rocks and the blue water and sky, both refreshing and enthusiastic, beautiful.
To Melbourne, we must go to Ocean Road. Chartered bus is more comfortable and can walk along the seaside all the time. Because the bus is not the moral of the seaside. It can drive down the path to the lighthouse. Unfortunately, it's cloudy, but the sea is still blue. The wind is very big. There are many flies and insects. Be prepared to wear a mask or something. More than three hundred kilometers of road to and fro for a day, passing through the town of Dute leisurely, on the way to feed the parrot found the wild koala.~
The sea is really beautiful. To get to this coastal highway, you must make a window position and get your camera ready at any time. There will be lots of parking places along the road for tourists to take photos. It will take some time to stop at each point. It is suggested that you drive yourself. If you follow the regiment, you will only take you directly to the twelve disciples. The beautiful seascape on the ocean road will be missed.
The scenery of Ocean Road is really beautiful. In fact, there are many similar coastal sceneries in Australia. If you go there more, you will not find Ocean Road particularly amazing. It takes more than three hours for the whole line to go one way. It is suggested that the parents who want to go have a good time for 2-3 days. Otherwise, I'll just go and arrange two pictures. I suggest you go to Australia in summer and go to the sea. You can choose a hotel near the beach to stay one night and swim.