Very beautiful, is a must-be going place when travelling in Austrilia.
After the big purchase, I rushed to the Twelve Apostles. In fact, the Twelve Apostles do not have to go too early, because this is the most popular attraction. Many self-driving tours and group tours will come here, and most of them are at noon and Arrived in the afternoon, so there are so many people, it is difficult to take pictures. You see, there are so many people. But the advantage here is that there are no tickets, and parking is free, so it is still very good. Although there are many people, let's take a picture first. After 6:00 pm, most of the group tour was withdrawn, the number of people on the viewing platform began to decrease, and the venomous sun began to set in the afternoon, and the light became much softer. It is a good time to take pictures, I have to say These twelve disciples are indeed the essence of the Great Ocean Road, and they are beautiful no matter how they are photographed. After years of turmoil, only seven of the twelve disciples are left. Maybe one is missing one in the future, so if you want to see it, come as soon as possible.
Since the Twelve Apostles are so beautiful, the sunrise is definitely not to be missed. It took 10 minutes to drive from Port Campbell. There were not many people in the early morning and no one was rushing for a seat, haha. Here I would like to praise the tripod specially bought for this tour. It is only 30cm in full reflex, but it is 1.4M in full expansion, which is enough, and it is effortless to pick up. It is very suitable for traveling. The sunrise is because the sun rises behind the grassland, so it feels like there is no sunset beautiful, but it is also worth coming.
The Twelve Apostles (The Twelve Apostles) is located in Port Campbell National Park on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. It has been standing by the coast for 20 million years. Gradually formed by the accumulation of hundreds of millions of small stones, and then buried in the seabed, until later, the strong tide and wind finally exposed these rocks to the surface of the water, becoming the now famous Twelve Apostles. Because their number and form happened to resemble the twelve apostles of Jesus, people named them after the twelve apostles in the biblical story.
The Twelve Apostles Rock (or "Twelve Apostles Rock") is located along the coast of Melbourne, Australia. There is a strange bank called the "Twelve Apostles Rock". They are actually 12 sandstones protruding from the surface of the South Pacific Ocean. After thousands of years of waves and sea breeze, they were carved by nature into 12 rocks with different facial expressions that look like human faces. Sorrow, just like gentleness, wonderful workmanship. Nature’s uncanny workmanship has created stunning majestic and magnificent wonders. However, to this day, there are only 7 and a half of the 12 rock walls left, and three of them (estimated) have collapsed after years of impact.