Great Ocean Road, Melbourne
If you're in Melbourne, you have to hit the Great Ocean Road. And once you've gone that far, you might as well visit the Grampians National Park.
The London Bridge is another supreme example of erosion. The limestone arch connecting the bridge collapsed on Jan 15th 1990 , leaving it with two sections which we see today.
These superb cliff-like formations that guard the coast are the result thousands of years of erosion caused by the hard hitting waves. A spectacular sight not to be missed.
On your way to Great Ocean Rd, you'll come across this stretch of rocky coastline that is known as Apollo Bay. The sight is breathtaking and is a precursor to greater sights to come.
you must hire a car and take the great ocean road discovery tour, its one ot he most photographed places in Victoria
It is not just a road: you have some wild life parks, and many, many nature spots, from fantastic rock formations on the sea side to great forests on the mountain side.