Towns and Activities -Port Campbell

Port Campbell is an attractive, almost sleepy, windswept little fishing village which is set on a natural gorge at the mouth of Campbell's Creek. The population of about 200 regulars is regularly inflated with visitors because of its proximity to some of the finest coastal scenery in the state.

To stay in Port Campbell is to be half an hour away from London Bridge, Loch Ard Gorge and the Twelve Apostles.

The coastline around the Port Campbell area consists of steep, rocky cliffs with pristine sandy white beaches in bays at the base of many of these cliffs. The Port Campbell commercial centre is based around the tree-lined strip of Lord Street and features cafes, restaurants and speciality shops, catering well for visitors.

Located in the town centre is Port Campbell Bay which is an inlet of water surrounded by the Port Campbell National Park and it includes an attractive foreshore area, a calm sandy beach swimming area, and a jetty. For spectacular views across the bay, along the coast and over the town itself, take the Discovery Walk. Either climb up the steps from the beach at Port Campbell Bay and enjoy the view from the walking track along the cliff top, or alternatively access to the Discovery Walk and the Town Lookout can be reached via a car park on the Great Ocean Road to the west of town.

12 Apostles Helicopters
Great Ocean Road Port Campbell
Phone (03) 5598 6161
mobile 0418 523 561