If you are looking for a self-drive holiday packed with camping and fishing options, there’s little that can compete with the Great Ocean Road. The Great Ocean Road is Australian National Heritage listed and over 240 kilometres stretching between the Victorian Cities of Torquay and Allansford.
The Great Ocean Road passes through rainforests, beaches and cliffs. The most notable natural limestone and sandstone rock formations include Loch Ard Gorge, The Grotto, London Arch and the most famous of all, The Twelve Apostles.
The journey certainly isn’t one to be taken in a rush. There’s plenty of quality camping and fishing options along and beyond the Great Ocean Road.
We’re collating our favourite fishing charters, fishing options, accommodation, camping sites and adventure providers of interest for all types of travellers, so you can make your trip happen.