The second day of our road trip took us along one of the world’s most spectacular tourist drives.
The Great Ocean Road was built by returned World War 1 soldiers between 1919 and 1932, in honour of their fallen comrades. As such, it is the world’s biggest war memorial.
Famous for the “12 Apostles” rock stacks offshore, there is so much more to see along this “shipwreck coast”.
We spent the day jumping in and out of our car as we stopped and explored various look outs, coves, outcrops and bays.
Loch Ard Gorge
Bay of Martyrs
Bay of Islands
Such an amazing day in an amazing part of the world.