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The silent Apostle

5 months ago from Paul Pavlinovich

Location: Gibson Steps

Twelve Apostles

1 year ago from Unknown LDAP UserParks Victoria

Location: Twelve Apostles

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Canoeing
Fishing
Snorkelling/SCUBA Diving
Swimming

Walking

The park offers many short walks to lookouts with spectacular coastal views. Bay of Martyrs Walk Follow the walking track from the eastern end of the carpark. This short spectacular…

Fishing

Both Curdies Inlet and Gellibrand River are suitable for fishing. There is good ocean fishing at Newfield Bay, Clifton Beach and from the Port Campbell jetty. Be sure to obtain…

Canoeing

The Gellibrand River is ideal for canoeing. Access is from the Gellibrand Inlet.

Diving / swimming

When the sea is very calm there is excellent wreck and reef diving off Port Campbell National Park. Diving opportunities are also available in local Marine National Parks and Marine…

Loch Ard Gorge

Three easy walks have been developed at Loch Ard Gorge to allow you the chance to discover the areas' natural treasures. Interpretive signs along these walks reveal the fascinating stories…

London Bridge

Accessibility Information There are two paths leading from the London Bridge car park. These two paths eventually join to meet the main path. The smaller of the two paths is…

Twelve Apostles

There are seven rock stacks that comprise the Twelve Apostles - six are on display in the classic view enjoyed by millions of people over the years, with the seventh…

Gibson Steps

Accessibility Information There is a small designated viewing area looking out over the ocean that is located approximately 20 metres from the carpark. This is accessed by a sealed path…

The Grotto

Accessibility Information There is a path that leads from the carpark to the Grotto. The first 80 metres of the path has timber decking with timber edging. Some of the…

The Arch

Accessibility Information There is a sealed path leading from the carpark to The Arch viewing areas. This path is approximately 1.8 metres wide and 150 metres long. The first 50…

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