Great Ocean Drive 12 Apostles
A long and very scenic drive around 4-5 hours away from#melbourneaustralia lies the world famous Great Ocean Drive 12 Apostles. Do time your drive properly if you are not doing a stay at the towns near the Great Ocean Road.
This amazing natural beauty lies by the ocean and never fails to draw a crowd. May be best to visit earlier to avoid your buses. It is also possible to do a helicopter tour there.
If you visit Melbourne and long for a road-trip with spectacular views, this is the best place to be! Waves, limestone rocks, cliffs, gorges, forested roads along the coastline- journey to the 12 Apostles in the great ocean road is really worth it. #wintergetaway
In the worst weather in Melbourne since the winter of this year, although the Twelve Apostles The Twelve Apostles is not the most beautiful sunset, the helicopter is another kind of visually looking at the South Pacific coast. I dont know what to do~
Even though I have been to many famous scenic spots in the world, I still have countless expectations for The Twelve Apostles. This is the 12 sandstones that stand out on the South Pacific Ocean and is a famous landmark on Australia's Great Ocean Road. It is said that it was first carved into a rock that resembles a human face by 13 natural creatures. After thousands of years of surf and sea breeze, only seven pieces remain, and one day will disappear. The moment you see, or history. ~
The scenery on the Great Ocean Road, the most spectacular is the twelve disciples, but now there are only seven and a half left, maybe some days will fall, so I still have to look at 
The Twelve Apostles are located in the Port Campbell National Park on the Great Ocean Road in Australia and are one of the great attractions along the Great Ocean Road. They are rock stacks erecting from the sea. They were originally part of the coastline and were gradually separated by the waves and wind. Because the original twelve stacks were reminiscent of the twelve apostles who followed Jesus, they were named The Twelve Apostles. Due to the continuous erosion of the waves, only seven of the twelve are left. On the way to the Twelve Apostles, there is a well-known staircase known as the Gibson Steps, which is cut from the cliff and leads down to the beach.