The holiday seaside town of Port Campbell is located on the scenic Great Ocean Road, between Warrnambool and Lavers Hill. Port Campbell is a popular tourist destination primarily because it is so closely surrounded by some of the Great Ocean Road's most famous and scenic coastal attractions.
There are a few different ways you can get to Port Campbell. Be sure to organise your trip in advance and make a good checklist of things you want to see and do on the way! We really are spoilt for choice
Timboon Taxi service offers a suite of transport services. This company has been created specifically for the local area. Offering Bike Hire, local shuttles to the Great Ocean Road Walk and TAXI service.
There are two main route for getting to Port Campbell from Melbourne, the quickest and most direct of which is the Princes Highway. Taking 3 hours and 15 minutes this route is ideal for those who want to get to Port Campbell as quickly and efficiently as possible. However, for those who feel the journey is just as important as the destination itself, the slower, winding and more scenic route via the Great Ocean Road takes 4 hours and 30 minutes without stops. Let’s face it though, with so much spectacular scenery, attractions and distractions to be found along the way, you’ll probably want to allow a little longer to cover for breaks and sightseeing.
V-Line runs trains from Melbourne into South West Victoria. The Warrnambool Line runs between Southern Cross Station (in Melbourne) and Warrnambool. Port Campbell Touring Company will pick up guests from either Camperdown Station or Warrnambool Station.
V-Line buses from Geelong and Warrnambool pick up and drop off at Port Campbell on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and travel via Apollo Bay on the Great Ocean Road.
Private air service operators fly from Melbourne to Port Campbell, and can be arranged to include a tour with Port Campbell Touring Company upon arrival.
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