Been back in Australia a few months now and finally made time to see more of the country I currently live in. This week I had a trip down to Melbourne, after renting a car and a few hours drive down the road you will reach the Great Ocean Road, which follows the southern Victoria coastline.
A good portion of this stretch of famous coastline is national park listed and is home to the Twelve Apostles, which are stacks of eroded limestone rock separated from the mainland.
It was very impressive seeing the landscapes and scenic part of the coast. But the stacks are subject to constant erosion and there are a few less apostles than the original twelve these days, as you can see from the stack of rubble in the picture below.
Labels: Australia, great ocean road, National Park, Twelve Apostles, Victoria