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The Great Ocean Road in the State of Victoria extends 250 Km along the coastline from Torquay in the north-east to Warnambool in the south-west. It was built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932 and is dedicated to soldiers killed in World War I. It is considered the most scenic coastal road in Australia and ranks as one of the World’s top coastal drives. The route is punctuated by many of Victoria’s most popular holiday towns such as Lorne, Apollo Bay and Port Campbell and passes by the famous “12 Apostles” geological formation. Extending behind the Great Ocean Road is the huge Otways National Park – pristine rainforest with many waterfalls. We hope you enjoy our photographs of the region: if you do please leave comments in the guest book at the bottom of the page. Perhaps you’d like to buy a print – if so click on the “Buy” Shopping cart at the top right.