3 Scenic Spots in Australia to Check Out After the Twelve Apostles

London Bridge, Victoria, Australia.
London Bridge, Victoria, Australia. Photo by Earthly Beauties on Unsplash

The picturesque collection of limestone stacks known as the Twelve Apostles is one of Australia’s top natural wonders, but there are many equally scenic spots located in its close proximity. If you’re taking a ride down the Great Ocean Road, here are three nearby attractions that you should check out next.

Loch Ard Gorge

Located three minutes’ drive west of the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge is one of Port Campbell National Park’s most stunning spots. It will rock your world with its natural rock formations, brash orange beaches, and beautiful views that stretch out for miles.

London Arch

London Arch aka London Bridge is another fascinating rock formation that you should check out while exploring the Great Ocean Road. The offshore natural arch was connected to land by another arch until it collapsed unexpectedly, creating an even more scenic sight.

The Grotto

Located in close proximity to London Arch, the Grotto is another scenic spot that put Port Campbell National Park on the map. This hollowed-out cave formation is a huge hit with photographers because it comes with a paved pathway leading to the cliffs and offers amazing sea views.