End Viewpoint at the Twelve Apostles - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
At the end of the broad walk at the Twelve Apostles is a viewing area, in the middle of which is a raised seating area. This 360 panorama was taken by putting the tripod on the raised area and then extending the vertical arm to the full extent in an attempt to show the view both east and west along the coast over the heads of the other people.
End Viewpoint at the Twelve Apostles - FURTHER INFORMATION
End Viewpoint at the Twelve Apostles - Great Ocean Road visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'End Viewpoint at the Twelve Apostles' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Victoria.
The Twelve Apostles are the main tourist attraction along the Great Ocean Road in Australia. For more information about the formation of these limestone stacks, see the Twelve Apostles panorama, which shows the most photographed view west along the Great Ocean Road coastline. The beach to the east is accessible via Gibsons Steps, found about 500m from the Twelve Apostles parking lot along the road. From there it is possible to walk back to see two of the Twelve Apostles from Gibsons Steps Beach.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Road: By car or coach from either Peterborough or Warrnambool along the Great Ocean Road. The Twelve Apostles are located just east of Port Campbell. The Great Ocean Road visitor centre is at the Twelve Apostles, and this is the only place where coach tours will stop. Most of the scenic flights in the region use the Twelve Apostles in their marketing.