Port Campbell hotels
You will find Great Ocean Road hotels in the villages along the route of this 243-kilometre cenotaph that runs from Torquay to Allansford. Find the perfect hotel for you along Great Ocean Road with great member benefits by booking exclusively with HotelClub.
The highway is the world’s largest war memorial, built by soldiers returning home from World War I. These heroes made possible what was once impassable road access through jungles and across cliffs, providing links to remote areas in southern Australia. Impressively, the road was built by hand and all the war-warn labourers had for their Great Ocean Road accommodation were tents. You can still pitch a tent in the bush near the Great Ocean Road if you choose to hike the Great Ocean Walk, a 104 kilometre walking and hiking path that mirrors the Great Ocean Road. The hiking trail has various accommodations and checkpoints, though the time commitment for the entire walk is a generous eight days.
Just in case you did not already know, Great Ocean Road, which follows the coastline is the definition of gorgeous. If the coast and rainforests did not exude enough natural finery, the towns you come across compensate with unique and attractive features. Anglesea is known for awesome surfing breaks, Lorne attracts fishermen, Apollo Bay’s spas have the added appeal of naturally heated geothermal water, and Erskine Falls’ annual festival attract music lovers from all over the globe.
It is a 2-hour drive from the Melbourne Airport in Melbourne to Torquay, the gateway to The Great Ocean Road. Buses and taxis provide transportation to the central business district. Renting a car is the best way to get to Torquay. Another option is to use one of the local tour companies..
Port Campbell Motor Inn is a budget-friendly lodge ideal for travellers looking for comfort and convenience in the charming seaside village in Port Campbell in the state of Victoria. In addition to... More