The Great Ocean Road

We’re going to show you the best of Australia’s Great Ocean Road!

Although we’ve still got a lot more to write and plenty more filming to do, be sure to checkout our ultimate guide to the Great Ocean Road and don’t forget to keep coming back as there’s a lot to come!

Campsite Reviews

We review the campsites that we visit so that you know where to find them and if they’re worth heading to. So far, we’ve just written about campsites close to where we’re based in Geelong (just near Melbourne, Australia) although we hope to cover much more of Australia then many other parts of the world over the coming months and years.

For now, here are some of our favorite campsites in Victoria, Australia:

Cathedral Range is only about 2 hours from the Melbourne CBD and has everything that you could want for a weekend getaway or even a day trip.

There are two main campsites: Neds Gully and Cooks Mill Campground, both accesible by car although you have to walk over a small bridge to get to Neds.

Surrounded by some great single and multi-day hiking trails and a small river between the two main campgrounds that is fun for cooling off and fishing.

Tree infront of mountains at Cathedral Range State Park

Only about 1-1.5 hours west of Melbourne and 30-45 minutes north of Geelong is the Brisbane Ranges National Park.

There are two main places to camp. Boar Gully has a damn and a bit more privacy, compared to Friday’s which is one large camp site. Both camp grounds have hiking trails leaving from them.

This place can feel pretty remote for such a short distance from the big smoke, making it perfect for weekend trips or day hikes.

Boar Gully Campground Brisbane Rangers

Sitting right behind the incredible world-class Johanna Beach on the Great Ocean Road is well kept, stunning and spacious campground.

3 hours west of Melbourne, dog friendly and perfect for surfing.

Head 45 minutes west to the world-famous 12 Apostles or a short drive east into an ancient cool-climate rain-forest that once was home to dinosaurs and for the last 40,000 years, indigenous tribes.

Waves rolling into Johanna Beach, Great Ocean Road


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