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DAY 3: Port Campbell to Warrnambool
After the Twelve Apostles, it was a little too late to stop and see Loch Ard Gorge, so we decided to leave it for the following day and stay in nearby Port Campbell for the night. We stayed at the Port Campbell Holiday Park, located in town, next to the Tourist Information centre. It had a very nice and large kitchen, as well as bathrooms, and other shared indoor spaces. DAY 3: Port Campbell to Warrnambool We decided to do the 12 Apostles Gourmet Trail on Day 3. So we started by backtracking along the Great Ocean Road to Princetown Road, which takes you inland to the various stops along the trail. On the way to Princetown Road, we stopped to see Loch Ard Gorge, which is a really beautiful area with an interesting coastline and history. It is easy to see what makes it part of the “Shipwreck Coast”. From the car park, there are nice and easy trails to various lookouts, as well as a gorgeous beach sheltered by rock walls on either side that you can walk down to.Kyle Johnson
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