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    • Emily Hanna

      Great Ocean Road Small Group Eco Tour from Melbourne

    • Gail Hoyle

      Millions of years ago, the great limestone cliffs of Great Ocean Road were battered by the Southern Ocean. Eventually, the constant assault formed rock stacks left standing high from shore. Affectionately known as the “12 Apostles,” the 140-foot-tall pillars change colors with the sun setting, transforming from shades of dark purple to hazy gold. Located 170 miles west from Melbourne, Australia.

    • Stephanie Savasta

      12 Apostles : Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia

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