Port Campbell Holiday Park

11 Morris St, Port Campbell, 3269, Australia

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  • Close to town and water

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    This camping ground is near the beach. It has Cabins and also areas for Caravans and tents.

    This Camping ground is rated as a 3 Star.

    If you are going there during the summer holiday season you should book well in advance.

    Unique Quality: Close to beach and walking tracks.
    Very central.

    The sites are $18 to $22 Dollars

    The Cabins $65 to $125 Dollars

    (aus dollars)

    Directions: This Camping Ground is beside the Surf Life Saving Club. You can't miss the SLC on the beach front.

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Travel Tips for Port Campbell

Port Campbell National Park Visitor Center

by ATXtraveler

One of the nice things that Port Campbell has done to boost visitor's experience is the new visitor's center, which the Victorian Government pumped 5.5 million AUD toward.

The visitor center offers toilets, Great Ocean Road information, history about how it was built and the conditions early visitors faced on the "Shipwreck Coast", and scientific information on how and why the 12 apostles and other landmarks were formed.

Overall, it was definitely worth a peek, and was opportunely placed right next to the major Twelve Apostles Landmark.

The 12 Apostles

by CandS

The 12 Apostles are probably the most famous and most photographed things along the Great Ocean Road... You will always get great photos here! :)

The 12 Apostles are located between Port Campbell and Princetown.

Jungle Walk in Otway Ntl Park

by Myndo

Here, where the Great Ocean Road goes away from the Ocean, the Cap is the Otway Ntl Park.

On the Cap is a nice lighthouse and also the jungle walk.

My Travell Book said it would take 45 Minutes for the walk, but then you are really either very slowly walking or fotographing a lot of plants...

I think it is a good counterpart after all the driving. Take a small walk through the woods!

London Bridge

by Zanzibargirl

On the Western side of Port Campbell lies yet another of Natures carved landmarks. The London Bride which originally had two grand archways, one collapsing in January 1990 is one of the many stops along the Great Ocean Road. When the bridge collapsed the actual bridge was open for people to cross, and stranded some happy snappers out at sea. Rescue crew brought those stranded on the island back to safety. The ever famous "London Bridge is Falling down falling down falling down" is apt for this formation. So I highly recommend seeing the fair lady before the second arch meets the sea floor as it is quite an amazing feature of nature.

Coastline

by leffe3

The whole of this coastline is made up of dramatic sheer cliffs and small inlets. The ocean is one of the most dangerous in the world, and there are many a ship wreck to bear witness. There rare many tragic stories of survivors washed ashore, only to be confronted by impassable cliff faces.

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