Hello Lovelies, Hope this month of love treating you well. Today I welcome to my latest episode of travel files where I share my travel experience and pictures. While I’ve just returned from a mini weekend vacation, it’s never too soon to be daydreaming about another–right?
Join me as I travel the famous Great ocean road and show you its beautiful scenery and famous attractions.
The Great Ocean Road is one of the world’s great drives, a dramatic, powerful, dangerous and majestic coastline, also known as the Shipwreck Coast. Our day on the Great Ocean Road started from Geelong to Anglesea and through Lorne and Apollo Bay. After our lunch stop we continued on through the Otway National Park, to the rugged beauty of the Twelve Apostle National Park and the Twelve Apostles themselves, were they really twelve? To Loch Ard Gorge and Port Campbell shaped by the wild Southern Ocean , the coastline didn’t fail to impress.
A lovely stroll along the beautiful beach got some sand between our toes.
Some of the trees have turned black in color because of forest fires. A deadliest fire occurred in 7 February 2009 called The Black Saturday bushfires were a series of bushfires that ignited or were burning across the Australian state of Victoria. The fires occurred during extreme bushfire-weather conditions and resulted in Australia’s highest ever loss of life.
The power and majesty of nature reign supreme in this awe-inspiring sea and landscape.
Memorial Arch (Eastern View) – The historic Great Ocean Road memorial arch, dedicated to the 3000 men that built the great ocean road.
Part one I just managed to cover our journey. Part 2 I’ll share our destination which was Twelve Apostle and Helicopter Ride.
To Be Continued ….
Which is your dream destination ?