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Great Ocean Road

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Eine Stunde von Melbourne entfernt liegt die berühmte Great Ocean Road. Angekommen sahen wir aber nur graue Wolken und Regen. Da unsere Reiseplanung ja flexibel ist, haben wir spontan entschlossen eine extra Nacht in Lorne zu bleiben, um die Besten Bilder bei hoffentlich super Wetter zu sichern (und unser Hostel war auch toll inklusive beißenden Kakadus☺). Von ca. 150km Great Ocean Road zu den 12 Aposteln waren ca. 100 davon durch Wälder. Aber die Strecken die am Wasser entlang führen, waren atemberaubend. Insgesamt sind wir die Strecke dreimal gefahren: hin – zurück zum Hostel und noch mal hin um weiter in den Grampians National Park zu kommen. Wie die Bilder zeigen, hat es sich gelohnt!
Eines der vielen Highlights entlang der Great Ocean Road waren die Koalas, die wir an einer Stelle in den Bäumen hängen sahen. Sie sind so was von faul und schlafen die meiste Zeit, aber so süss!!

One hour southwest of Melbourne the Great Ocean Road begins. We arrived and so did the rain and the clouds. Being flexibel with our itinerary we decided to add an additonal night in Lorne to get the best possible pictures (and our hostel was great too including biting cocadoos ☺). About 100k of the 150k we drove through the woods to get to the 12 Apostels, but the road that was directly along the coast was breathtaking. In total we drove it three times: to the Apostels – back to the hostel and Apostels and further again to get to the Grampians National Park. It was all worth it as you can see!
Another highlights along the Great Ocean Road were the koalas which was saw hanging and sleeping in the trees. So cute!
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Posted by BinaTravel 18:09 Archived in Australia

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