The never ending Great Ocean Road

Published on 14 March 2013

Just beyond the rugged coast lies rainforest and fertile plains where berries ripen and cattle roam content. At finishing ports land deep red crayfish, snapper and mussels. From the nearby Bellarine Peninsula, cheeses, cool-climate wines and beer are plentiful. At the head of the road lies Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula, the historic home to Victorian wine, now producing some of our best. With award-winning restaurants and historic hotels, it’s a natural foodie playground. Experience the Great Ocean Road’s take on the Festival with the below events, or explore other things to see and do with a Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park walk or an Otway Fly Treetop Adventure.

This Regional Weekend (15-17 March) you can explore:

-          Regional World’s Longest Lunch, Bellarine

-          Call of the Wild

-          The Otways Unearthed

-          Rock Lobster – Lorne Style

Download the Great Ocean Road & Bellarine Peninsula Regional Weekend itinerary here

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