Great Ocean Road - a 151 mile road between Torguay and Allansford (in Victoria). Built from 1919-1932 by returning soldiers and dedicated to soldiers killed during WWI. The road is the world's largest war memorial.
Top spots to stop along Australia’s Great Ocean Road
A trip along the Great Ocean Road can take anywhere from a day to two weeks depending on how it’s experienced. Options include a quick tour from Melbourne, a three-day jaunt between Adelaide and Melbourne, a rental car that allows one to go at their own pace, or even the Great Ocean Walk, a one-way journey that can take up to eight days to conquer. Regardless of which route you choose, here are some of the best stops along Australia’s Great Ocean Road.
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Johan Lolos / Facebook: lebackpacker / Instagram: @lebackpacker “This was early in my stay and the first image that Tourism Australia posted on social media. The Great Ocean Road reminded me of Normandy in France. This was taken on a short road-trip from Melbourne when four girls and I rented a car.”