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Shipwreck Coast

The Shipwreck Coast stretches from Cape Otway to Port Fairy and has gotten its name due to the more than 630 shipwrecks reported to have occurred along this section of the coastline. This coastline includes some of the more well known and spectacular coastal features including The Twelve Apostles, London Arch and Loch Ard Gorge.

Warrnambool

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The cities name comes from a local aboriginal word meaning “ample water”. This is particularly apt as Warrnambool has two… Read More »Warrnambool

Port Fairy

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Apart from its natural beauty, this fishing port includes 50 historic buildings classified by the National Trust. Included in these… Read More »Port Fairy

The Arch

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Located in the Port Campbell National Park, The Arch is a few kilometers west of Port Campbell itself.   The rock formation, caused… Read More »The Arch

Camperdown

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Camperdown is located in the “craters and lakes” area of the western coast.  A township of close to 3,500 people,… Read More »Camperdown

Noorat

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Noorat is a small rural township at the base of Mount Noorat, a dormant volcano in the “lakes and craters”… Read More »Noorat

Koroit

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Located on the rich soils of the northern slopes of the Tower Hill inactive volcano, Koroit was one of the… Read More »Koroit