Rugged Coastline & Amazing Views
Hugging the rugged coastline of Victoria, the Great Ocean Road lives up to the hype. This world-renowned stretch reveals postcard-perfect views at almost every turn. It’s a route that demands an unhurried pace, and a wide assortment of destinations means there is ample opportunity for extended stays.
Whatever interest or experience inspires your break, BIG4 Holiday Parks offers family-friendly cabin accommodation, caravan sites, and camping along the Great Ocean Road at Aireys Inlet, Anglesea, Apollo Bay, Port Campbell, Port Fairy, Portland, Warrnambool and Wye River. In addition, we have two holiday parks on the Bellarine Peninsula at Bellarine and Queenscliff.
Parks in the Great Ocean Road area
The coastline of the Great Ocean Road grabs plenty of attention. However, as you'll soon discover, this region is bursting with a vast selection of superb attractions.
Geelong marks the eastern starting point of the Great Ocean Road, and Victoria’s second-largest city has a wealth of appeal. A thriving waterfront precinct, a bevy of historical buildings, and the National Wool Museum are among many key features.
Detour to the Bellarine Peninsula, where food, wine, coastal views, and villages are all from the top drawer. From here, the Great Ocean Road serves up myriad destinations that exude the holiday vibe, starting with the surfing hub of Torquay.
While in one direction there’s sparkling coastline, in the other expect to find glorious cool-climate rainforest and waterfalls of Great Otway National Park. Stretching from Torquay to Princetown, it is nature at its finest.
Further along, prepare to be greeted by the Great Ocean Road’s most iconic feature – the Twelve Apostles. These huge limestone cliffs make for a breathtaking sight.
Warrnambool, at the western end of the Great Ocean Road, is another spotlight stealer. Its major attraction is Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village. Nearby, Port Fairy is a relaxing fishing village.
Don’t forget the inland destinations of the Great Ocean Road region, such as Camperdown and Colac; both are within easy reach of magnificent lakes.