Warnambool & The Great Ocean Road

Warnambool is a great place to watch whales, see shipwrecks and have your hair blown off as you walk the pier. Visiting in the middle of winter with only brief spells from the rain didn’t stop Warnambool from being photogenic, with great colours.

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Warnambool

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Warnambool – you can see seals up close here!

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It’s windy though

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Warnambool

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Warnambool – how do you get to that island?

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(Did we mention we saw whales and it made us happy?)

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Bay of Martyrs – Great Ocean Road

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Bay of Martyrs – Great Ocean Road

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London Bridge (fell down) – this used to be connected until erosion caused a collapse, stranding some visitors on the wee bit in the middle of the ocean. They were rescued by helicopter.

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The Arch – yes, it is.

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Loch Ard Gorge, Great Ocean Road. I’m not especially happy with the rain.

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Loch Ard Gorge – where Eva Carmichael and Tom Pearce were washed ashore.

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The 12 Apostles – one, two, three, four…..

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