Warrnambool’s logsns beach is the end of the Great Ocean Road. It is full of beautiful seascapes and various kinds of rocks along the way. The waves and seascapes are really amazing. Since you walked the Great Ocean Road, don’t miss the last section. , Life can be fulfilled. Quiet and beautiful Warrnambool is your stop point not to be missed?
Warrnambool is the end of the classic Great Ocean Road self-driving. From here, passing Ballarat back to Melbourne, there is no sea. If you want to say goodbye to the Great Ocean Road, this beach is the best choice. Came to Australia twice and passed the seaside countless times. This beach is the only place where you can see whales without taking a boat. It was also the first time I saw a whale, and I felt a little excitement. It's a pity that it is far away, and there is no telephoto lens, so it can't leave an image.
Warrnambool is located on the southwest coast of the Great Ocean Road. It is a port city and the end of the Great Ocean Road. Warrnambool is also known as the Whale City. Logans Beach is a natural breeding ground for southern right whales. May to August is a good time for whale watching.
Although it is not a particularly well-known viewpoint, it is worth a try
A very comfortable town away from the Great Ocean Road towards Ade