In Melbourne, there is such a coastal road, is a self-driving travel enthusiasts paradise. This is Ocean Road. Ocean Road is actually built to commemorate the first world war soldiers, in the early days of the establishment of a lot of active veterans involved, so it is very significant. The 300-kilometer ocean road, which has been built, has also attracted many people to see the waves lapping the sand.
A nearly 300-kilometer seaside highway built in memory of soldiers who fought in World War I.
The Twelve Apostles (The Twelve Apostles) On the coastline of Port Campbell National Park, there are 12 broken-wall rocks formed after millions of years of weathering and seawater erosion. The independent reefs standing in the azure blue ocean have different shapes, just like human faces, called the "Twelve Apostles." The magical workmanship of nature has created stunning majestic and magnificent wonders. Three of them collapsed in the early days and can only be seen at low tide. Another one collapsed after a violent storm in mid-2013, and only eight remained standing.
A road in the southern hemisphere facing the ocean is rare in the world, each step has a wonderful landscape, so it is a problem for drivers, because it is easy to distract. Also, should be with friends, so that can mention each other.
The Great Coast Road from Westport to Greymouth on the South Island of New Zealand is similar to the Great Ocean Road in Australia. Some tourists call it the Great Ocean Road in New Zealand.
Co-workers. One side of the road is mountainous and hilly, and one side is a winding coastline. The huge boulders protruded into the sea, and the sea water hit the cliffs on the coast, magnificent and spectacular.
Different song. The Great Ocean Road in New Zealand is shorter than that in Australia, but the rocks are all shaped like a puff pastry, or a pillar of the sky, or rugged and colorful, with a unique charm.