Good Evening all, Visual Collective is coming to you from the Great Ocean Road, Victoria.
My apologies on the hiatus, we’ve been down on the Great Ocean Road, Melbourne and Phillip Island for the past week with little or no WiFi.
Here’s a catch up on the past week;
Our trip south started with an early flight to Melbourne where we were met with great weather. Apart from one wet day on the GOR, this happily continued for the whole trip.
Our first few nights were spent in Port Campbell, a great place to make home while exploring the GOR as the sights are only a short drive from here. Plus the town has some great food options and a nice swimming beach if you're feeling adventurous.
The first mornings' sunrise was spectacular with vivid colour and a brief rainbow at London Bridge.
After a hot breakfast in town, we decided to head up to the Otway National Park and visit some of the local waterfalls and the Redwoods. With recent rain and a slightly overcast day, the conditions were perfect for photographing in the rainforest.
The next few days were spent checking out more of the Great Ocean Road, with the highlights being Loch Ard Gorge, Gibson Stacks and of course the (not so) Twelve Apostles.
After our two nights in Port Campbell and a night at the beautiful beach town of Lorne, we headed on to Melbourne via Bells Beach and Torquay to catch up with my sister who lives in the city. The next few days in the city where a blur of shopping, eating enormous Melbourne breakfasts and drinking great coffee, which wasn’t a terrible thing.
With only a day and night left we decided on a short drive SE of Melbourne to Phillip Island. We wish we had more time here, as the island is full of great walks, surfing and places to visit. We’ll be back here for sure.
Below are a few images from the past week.
Have a great evening.