Johanna Beach Campground is paradise on the Great Ocean Road. It’s in the Great Otways National Park on the infamous Shipwreck Coast, surrounded by Eucalyptus forests with several ancient cool-climate rain forests nearby. Putting the surroundings aside, the campground is well maintained and on perfect and comfortable grass with shrubs protecting the the campsites from the strong ocean winds that pound Johanna Beach.
A short walk from the campground is the massive, gold sandy beach that stretches for 3.6kms with waves averaging 1.5+ metres and the Johanna River mouth right in the centre of it all.
Johanna Beach is a bit more than half way along the Great Ocean Road and less than an hour from the Port Campbell National Park and 12 Apostles. It’s the perfect place to go camping along the Great Ocean Road and if you can, stay a few nights as there are loads of places to explore in every direction.