The staircase to the beach at Gibson Steps is currently closed due to erosion and potentially hazardous rocks. The viewing platforms are still open.
Be dwarfed by the 70-metre high vertical cliffs and marvel at Gog and Magog, the nicknames given to the giant limestone stacks rising up out of the sea. Weather permitting, make your way down to the beach via the 86 steps that were carved into the face of the cliff by local settler Hugh Gibson, who worked on the route originally used by the Kirrae Whurrong people.
Park your car at the Gibson Steps car park or make your way from the 12 Apostles and walk the one kilometre to Gibson Steps, departing from the back of the kiosk. The path passes under the Great Ocean Road near the Gibson Steps viewing platform and beach access.
Before you go
Conditions may change rapidly, so check the Parks Victoria website for up-to-date information on public safety and beach closures.
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