We kickstarted the day by heading down to the Twelve Apostles. The Twelve Apostles is a collection of limestone stacks off the shore of the Port Campbell National Park, by the Great Ocean Road. When we first arrived at the popular tourist attraction, everyone was surprised to learn there were not twelve but seven apostles. The group was very fascinated as they read all about natural erosion and the history of the Twelve Apostles.
Only a few minutes down the road, we discovered another mighty rock stack and a stunning sandy beach enclosed by sheer yellow coloured limestone cliffs known as Loch Ard Gorge, which was the scene of the Shipwreck Coast's most famous shipping disaster. Everyone loved exploring the two small caves at Loch Ard Gorge, and some even braved going into the cold water.
We then discovered the striking scenery and diverse landscapes of the famous Great Ocean Road as we made our way to Point Lonsdale for the night. I was surprised that no one felt sick on the sharp and windy roads! Once we got to our Airbnb, we all enjoyed a home-cooked spaghetti bolognese meal, followed by some yummy ice cream.
For the remainder of the night, we watched a movie and played some games. The following day, we cooked up a big breakfast and then made our journey back home.
Stay tuned for the next adventure!
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