View some of Victoria's stunning coastline from scenic lookouts of the Southern Ocean to rugged cliffs, picture-perfect sandy beaches, islands and ancient forests. See the famous 12 Apostles from some of the best places along the Great Ocean Road to stop and savour the panoramic vistas.
Torquay to Lorne
Ocean and beach views from lookout platforms at Bells Beach Surfing Reserve. Access from Torquay via Bells Boulevard, or the Great Ocean Road.
Impressive ocean, beach and sandstone cliff views toward Bells Beach and Anglesea. Access from Point Addis Road, off the Great Ocean Road, between Torquay and Anglesea.
Breathtaking coastal views from elevated memorial lookout. Access from the Great Ocean Road via Harvey Street.
Drive or walk up to Split Point lighthouse. Ocean views over Eagle and Table rocks. There is another lookout at the end of Boundary Road, off the Great Ocean Road.
Spectacular views back towards Eastern View, Fairhaven and Aireys Inlet from one of the Great Ocean Road's highest vantage points. There is a signposted turn off about 8 kilometres west of Aireys Inlet.
Teddy's Lookout is one of the best along the Great Ocean Road. It provides stunning vistas from its platform high above the coast where the St George River empties into a small cove. Access off the Great Ocean Road at the end of George Street, then take a short walk through the bush from the car park.
Lorne to Apollo Bay
Panoramic ocean views toward Artillery Rocks. Turn off between Lorne and Wye River.
Cape Patton Lookout
Spectacular views east towards Apollo Bay and Skenes Creek. Access from the Great Ocean Road, east of Apollo Bay
Marriners lookout is a fairly steep 5-minute walk from the car park, but it's well worth the effort for its panoramic views of Apollo Bay and far out to sea. Drive a few minutes north from Apollo Bay along the Great Ocean Road, and turn into Marriners Lookout Road.