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The Cockatoos of the Great Ocean Road

Travel to the Great Ocean Road and you will be amazed by the sheer number of the variety of birdlife the Great Otway National Park hosted.   Home to hundreds of varieties of bird species many of them endemic to Australia, the Otways serves as the heavenly paradise read more

Digital technology and social media have helped revolutionize tourism today. In some ways, we understand tourism as having selfies or group shots with cultural icons, food, people, landmarks, and scenic spots of a country. And in a matter of seconds photographs are post read more

Extreme weather conditions of the Southern Ocean caused soil erosion responsible for the carving of the soft limestone into caves and cliffs. The orphaned stacks formed into isolated cliffs of up to 50 meters high off the shore of Port Campbell are collectively called t read more

“If you are saved Eva, let my dear wife know that I died like a sailor,” Captain Gibbs said.   Many of us would like a story with a happy ending. A brave young man saves a beautiful lady from danger. The two fall in love, marry and live happily ever after. But this read more

If you happened to be in Melbourne, it would be a good chance for you to visit the picturesque seaside towns of Lorne and Anglesea. These beautiful resort towns are accessible through the Great Ocean Road.    Lorne A seaside town of over a thousand people on L read more

A bridge without a middle on the Great Ocean Road? How is that even possible? Well, it is true. But of course, you couldn’t walk on it. Also, London Bridge is not along the road but a limestone stack off the shore of Port Campbell National Park in Victoria.   Forme read more

The Great Otway National Park is Australia’s hidden paradise. The park covers rugged coastlines and mountain ranges. You can see waterfalls, springs, streams, and lake dotting the Otways. It is also home to many different varieties of plant and animal species.   Tr read more

Traveling to the Great Ocean Road wouldn’t be that fun if you miss the lovely and ever cuddly koalas. But no worries! As long as you’re in the Otways having close sightings of these lazy fluffy friends is guaranteed. The Otways, by the way, hosts the largest popul read more

An Australian holiday is simply incomplete without exploring the exhilarating surf beaches. Spread over 244 kilometers between Torquay and Warnambool, the Great Ocean Road is a picturesque coastal stretch and a paradise for surfers. It’s a wonderful feeling to lying on read more

Travellers, especially road trip enthusiasts consider the Great Ocean Road as one of the best drives in the world. By taking out a few days from your trip to and around Victoria, it is possible to explore the length of this exquisite ocean-hugging stretch. Offering some read more