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All reviews the great ocean road falling down great view car park viewing platform short walk twelve apostles early in the morning worth a stop rock formations take your time loch ard gorge nature mainland coastline sea helicopter
In the late 1990s London Bridge became an island when one arch collapsed. Given even the moderate seas we saw seem to be smashing their way through the remaining bridge with incredible force I'm not surprised. Most impressive sights, and great viewing platforms.
Again this was easily accessible from the car park with my walker. From the lookout this was just as impressive as the Apostles. The natural rock formation was originally a double arch, a natural archway and tunnel in an impressive offshore rock formation. Before the...More
I remember coming here as a kid when it was joined to the coast. The fact that it has collapsed serves as a reminder that our planet continues to evolve and change. We were here on a windy overcast day and this just adds to...More
From memory, it's a short stroll to the 2nd viewing platform before the stairs to the beach. The distance from the car park is maybe around 30 metres with a gradual descent. I think the ground may have been decent enough... More
From memory, it's a short stroll to the 2nd viewing platform before the stairs to the beach. The distance from the car park is maybe around 30 metres with a gradual descent. I think the ground may have been decent enough also.
I think the stairs have 2 x passing platforms where you can stop or pass etc. I'm guessing there are around 12 stairs between each small platform/landing including the ground so a total of maybe 36 stairs if I remember right. The step height is also quite low. I'll post a pic on my review very soon just so you can see the actual stairs between the top viewing spot/landing and the 1st platform/landing.