Apollo Bay

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Twelve Apostles

Port Campbell National Park, Princetown

The Twelve Apostles are located 85km south of Apollo Bay along The Great Ocean Road. This iconic Australian tourist attraction was created by constant erosion of the mainland’s limestone cliffs beginning 10-20 million years ago. Today, the twelve Apostles can be seen as seven limestone stacks isolated from the shore. The Twelve Apostles are best viewed at sunset as the rocks turn to a brilliant sandy yellow under full sun.

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Apollo Bay Aviation

3 Telford Street, Marengo. 03 5237 7600

Experience one of Australia’s most iconic scenic flights with Apollo Bay Aviation. View the Twelve Apostles via the shipwreck coast of Cape Otway and Otway Rainforest by helicopter.

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Great Otway National Park / Maits Rest Rainforest Walk

Great Ocean Road, Hordern Vale

The Great Otway National Park stretches long the world-famous Great Ocean Road Coastline and up to the Great Otway hinterlands. Down south, the park features Australia’s Southern rugged coastline where the Southern Ocean meets cliff faces & sandy beaches. Whilst, in the north of the park features a rainforest filled with tall trees, ferns, stunning waterfalls & tranquil lakes.

Maits Rest Rainforest Walk is a boardwalk that takes you through the rain forest amongst beautiful fern gardens and giant rainforest trees up to 300 years old. If you are lucky, you may see native wildlife including koalas, grey kangaroos and ring-tailed possums.



Beech Forest and Wongarra

Who doesn’t love waterfalls? There are three waterfalls located within the hinterlands of Apollo Bay- Triplet falls, Beauchamp falls & Hopetoun falls. Hike into the rainforest and witness breathtaking views of thick ferns and vivid green imagery. Experience the views of natures untamed power paired with a sense of tranquillity that a waterfall can offer. If you are wanting more, travel up the Great Ocean Road to view Carisbrook Waterfall & Creek, 50m waterfall.

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Otway Fly Tree Top Adventures

360 Phillips Track Beech Forest, Weeaproinah. 03 5235 9200

The Otway tree top walk is one of the most popular activities whilst visiting Apollo Bay. This zip line gives holiday makers breathtaking birds eye views of the rainforest. The Otway tree top walk is about 2km long and takes 1 hour to complete.

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Lookouts - Marriners Lookout & Mount Defiance Lookout

155 Marriners Lookout Road / 1 Great Ocean Road, Separation Creek  

Marriners Lookout is a hilltop point that has spectacular views of Apollo Bays coastline and township located north of Apollo Bay. It is also a popular take-off point for hang gliders. You can drive or walk to the lookout.  

Mount Defiance Lookout is situated on the Great Ocean Road near Cumberland River, this historic tourist attraction showcases a plaque detailing the remarkable construction of the Great Ocean Road by returning World War One soldiers. The Great Ocean Road is the world’s longest war memorial.

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Cape Otway Lighthouse

Otway Lighthouse Road, Cape Otway. 03 5237 9240

Cape Otway Lighthouse is the oldest working lighthouse in Victoria, Australia. During winter to spring, the lighthouse is the spot for land-based whale watching as migrating whales swim very close to shore.

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Forrest Mountain Bike Trails

5 Rivendell Lane, Forrest

Forrest Mountain Bike Trails are located 37km from Apollo Bay. All six trails are fun and range from 2km – 6km going through the beautiful scenery of the rainforest. Some trails are easier with a wide flowing track and some are a more challenging with decent, bermed corners, jumps and tight climbs.

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Apollo Bay Beach

Apollo Bay

Apollo Bay Beach is a beautiful family beach that is popular for swimming, surfing and stand up paddling boarding. It is only 15m from our Apollo Bay Beach House. It is a protected east facing beach that is 3km long with flat golden sand.

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Wildlife Wounders

475 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay. 1300 099 467

Wildlife Wounders is only 5km outside of Apollo Bay. It is a 75 minute guided walk through the magical Otway’s bushland were you will be able to experience seeing wildlife including koalas, kangaroo and birds living freely in their lush bushland overlooking the ocean. 

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Great Ocean Walk

100 Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay

Take a walk along Australians iconic coastline, the Great Ocean Road. Witness spectacular views of the Southern Oceans hugging the rugged coastline for more than 100km.

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Apollo Bay Surf and Kayak

100 Collingwood Street, Apollo Bay. 0405 495 909

Apollo Bay Surf and Kayak is a fun activity to do with the family. You can book surf lessons on Apollo Bay’s foreshore or kayak tours to the seals at the marengo seal colony. They also offer surfboard, body board, SUP, snorkelling & bike hire.

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Apollo Bay Golf Club

2/20 Nelson Street, Apollo Bay. 03 5237 6474

Apollo Bay Golf Club is located beside the Apollo Bay Harbour and within the Otway ranges. It is a nine-hole course that showcases fabulous scenery whilst being expose to the elements providing a level of difficulty for enthusiastic golfers.

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Crafts and Markets

19 Moore Street, Apollo Bay

Apollo Bay Crafts and Markets are locally made and grown. The Apollo Bay Farmer's Market is held on the third Sunday of every month. Some of the local produce include fresh fruit and veg, wine, honey and meats. The Apollo Bay Community Market is held most Saturdays that also have fresh local produce and crafts made by talented locals.