Water, water everywhere

And what else would you expect to find on one of Australia’s iconic drives – The Great Ocean Road?

Popular with surfers and the location of International Surf Carnivals, the region also boasts The Twelve Apostles and other limestone features that are accessible by safe walkways and carparks.

Ridgeback
Arches
Bays

For Jez’s Water Water Everywhere challenge. this 243 km stretch includes World Heritage areas.

5 thoughts on “Water, water everywhere

    1. Really? I did think they are like the limestone formations near Kalbarri in Western Australia, or along the Nullarbor. It doesn’t surprise me that there’d be others, given erosion and geology. It sure makes you appreciate the ground that’s beneath your feet…for now.

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