Welcome to Port Campbell
A small coastal village with a population of approximately 500 local residents. This seaside town has many things to offer for the outdoor enthusiast, as well as those that love to relax, dine & wine. Come and explore our gorgeous region you will not be disappointed, from the ever-changing coastline, inland bush and Otway Forrest we have you covered in all areas nature!
The Twelve Apostles are only a 10 minute drive away, situated in the Port Campbell National Park, the massive limestone structures that tower 45 metres above the tempestuous Southern Ocean, leave its visitors awe-struck in wonder at their size and beauty. Behind the eight remaining stacks (five have fallen since their discovery) are majestic cliffs, around 70 metres high.
The Port Campbell National Park ranges from Princetown to Peterborough. Photographs of these historic sites have long represented the Great Ocean Road. The main lookouts include Loch Ard Gorge, London Bridge, The Arch and the Grotto, Gibsons Steps, Muttonbird Island, Bay of Islands and Bay of Martyrs, but there are many more inbetween to stop and be amazed by. Take your time exploring these coastal lookouts and trails and learning their amazing historical stories.