8 Best Stops on the Great Ocean Road Drive

One of Australia’s most acclaimed attractions, the Great Ocean Road Drive will not disappoint. Take in the crystal blue waters surrounded by jagged cliffs and wind through the coastline packed with native gum trees.

With over 300 kilometers to cover, get ready for a road trip. But, don’t rush it! Take the time to enjoy your hike, visit the waterfalls and go for a dip in the refreshing waters.


Home to surfing, you can not visit Torquay without getting involved in the local surfing scene. What that looks like depends on how active you want to be in the process.


Anglesea has always had a quaint village feel to it, though these days it has developed into a buzzing town. If you didn’t grab a bite before you left Torquay, Anglesea is a great place to stop by the river and enjoy a picnic.


Here, you’ll find the Split Point Lighthouse. Guided tours are regularly offered, or you can just view it from the ground while taking a few happy snaps.

Aireys Inlet


A popular destination for both international and domestic tourists alike. Lorne is a great spot to have lunch or a cuppa whilst taking in the sweeping views of the ocean.

If you blink, you’ll miss it, but Wye River is a great place to stop in for a stretch break. This quiet and laid-back town recently suffered from some major bush fires.

Wye River & Kennet River

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