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Great Ocean Road

As the helicopter hovered over the sheer limestone cliffs of the Twelve Apostles, I look down upon the Great Ocean Road. Taking in all of its splendor, all at once, can be quite overwhelming. From this vantage point, though, it is easy to understand why this harrowing stretch of asphalt and concrete is considered Victoria’s most scenic drive: the irregular coastlines, the deep cliffs, and the thunderously roaring waves make for a quintessentially Australian postcard shot.


I came to understand the real charm of the experience way before the chopper blades turned, though. The simple yet, oftentimes, elusive pleasure of walking barefoot along the sandy beach by the Loch Ard Gorge, with the gentle waves tickling my toes, had set the tone for a wonderful afternoon ahead.





(Qantas flies direct to Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport 7x weekly from both Hong Kong and Singapore, 5x weekly from Manila via Sydney)

Photos by Sujin Park
William @ Passport Out

William is the Editor-in-Chief of The Passport Out.

  1. Kina Becherer

    May 5, 2016 10:33 pm

    Appreciate it for helping out, great info. “Courage comes and goes. Hold on for the next supply.” by Vicki Baum.

    • Passport Out - Editor

      May 6, 2016 7:42 pm

      Hi, Kina! Thank you for tuning in! We are really glad you like what we have here. We’ll try our best to keep things interesting!

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