The Great Ocean Road makes for amazing driving as you struggle to keep your eyes on the road and take in the view. Stretching some 243 kilometers along the victorian coastline it is littered with photo opportunities to take your breath away.
Perhaps one of the more popular stops along the Great Ocean Road is the London Arch, formerly London Bridge before its freak collapse on the 15th of January 1990. Formed by continuous erosion as the waves of the southern ocean crashes against the shore I can see why people flock here every year.
Personally I found London Arch to be one of the better spots to stop and enjoy the view along the Great Ocean Road. You’ve got cliffs, amazingly colourful water and a sense of just what power and beauty there is to be found in nature. I also came to realise that I need to get out and explore more of my own country. After all it was my first visit here and I’ve lived only a 2 hour drive away for the majority of my life.