Hugging Victoria’s south-east coast, The Great Ocean Road is arguably the most famous drive in Australia, and it’s easy to see why. Look one way, and a foamy blue shoreline along white-sand beaches stretch as far as the eye can see. Look the other, and deep green hinterlands and mighty mountains continue for kilometres. It is this sublime merging of the Great Otway National Park and the ocean beyond that makes this drive so spectacular. Beyond magnificent views, the Cape Otway lighthouse, famous surf spot Bells Beach, the epic 12 Apostles, and many other note-worthy pit stops ensure there is lots to see and do along this seaside drive. A popular attraction among travellers and locals alike, a drive along the Great Ocean Road offers a rare moment when the journey, rather than the destination, matters most.