The Great Ocean Roadtrip

With its jaw dropping cliffs, green pastures and Mountain Ash giants, Victoria's Great Ocean Road is a unique mix of coast, rainforest and country that each year attracts thousands of visitors. Towards the end of November, I drove down the Great Ocean Road for a few nights of hiking and camping. While Torquay, Lorne and the Twelve Apostles are perhaps the most well known and popular stops, it was the coast front campsites, koalas dozing in their gum trees and ferny undergrowth of the Otway Ranges that won my heart.

Camera in tow, I tried to capture not only my own roadtrip, but the diversity of flora, fauna and habitats that makes the Great Ocean Road, truly great.

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