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Great Ocean Road Accommodation
Mantra Lorne Resort is tastefully built around the oldest permanently operating guesthouse in Victoria. Positioned at the gateway to the iconic Great Ocean Road, Mantra Lorne Resort is less than an hours drive from Avalon Airport and under two hours drive from Melbourne.
Wyndham Resort Torquay
Positioned opposite Zeally Bay Beach at the gateway to the Great Ocean Road, Wyndham Resort Torquay is the most romantic escape on Victoria's Surf Coast. With ocean views and stunning grounds, this resort beckons fun-seekers, families and hopeless romantics alike.
Portland Bay Holiday Park
Portland Bay Holiday Park is a great value holiday park located within walking distance to Portland CBD. It is one of the Great Ocean Road’s best holiday park options, providing guests with a wide range of modern facilities to relax and unwind in.
Mercure Portsea Golf Club & Resort
Located a short 90 minute drive from the centre of Melbourne, Mercure Portsea Golf Club and Resort is the perfect place for your next holiday or romantic getaway with close proximity to beaches, national parks, cafés and shops. Relax on the restaurant balcony and soak in the views.
Peppers The Sands Resort
Perched on the northern headland of Torquay at the start of The Great Ocean Road, Peppers The Sands Resort is a contemporary, premium golf resort destination offering spectacular views of the surrounding greens, sand dunes and cliff-faced coast.
Port Campbell Holiday Park
Located along the famous Great Ocean Road, Port Campbell Holiday Park is your ultimate holiday on the coast. Enjoy the natural setting, with the effortlessness of life’s comforts close by including camp kitchen, barbecues, TV and games room and WiFi.
Great Ocean Road
The Great Ocean Road is a 243 km stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Warrnambool. The road was constructed to provide work for returning soldiers and dedicated as a Memorial to those killed in the First World War. It is one of Australia's great scenic coastline drives.
Much of the road hugs the coast tightly, offering outstanding views of Bass Strait and the Southern Ocean. The section near Port Campbell provides access by foot or helicopter to some of the most scenic coastline in the world, because of its striking and dramatic natural limestone and sandstone rock formations. These formations have been created by erosion from waves and rain and include Loch Ard Gorge, the Grotto, London Bridge (renamed to London Arch after the 'bridge' partly collapsed), and most famously the Twelve Apostles.