An amazingly diverse preserved area of land, Port Campbell has much to see and do for your everyday adventurer. There are a number of famous natural features along this stretch of coast, the two most popular being Loch Ard Gorge and the 12 Apostles. Loch Ard is named after the clipper shipped that crashed there, and a notable instance of coastal erosion; you need to see the high cliffs that surround these narrow, sandy bays on all sides in person to get an understanding of the scope.
The 12 Apostles are a group of eight limestone towers that rise high above the ocean surf and represent an aesthetic reminder of water having eroded away the land-based cliffs. This is one of the most often photographed parts of Australia, while the only area where you may access the sand is Gibson Beach. The mouth of Sherbrook River is another attractive, lesser known stretch of the coast just west of Loch Ard.
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Note:The park is located 231 km (144 miles) west along the coast from Melbourne; a perfect location for a day trip!