Australian’s are being urged to support local businesses, so why not pack up your Jayco and take your mobile home away from home on an Easter adventure, to support local.
The Great Ocean Road
Where: Torquay to Peterborough
Distance: 202 kilometres
Time: One to two days.
The popularity of this unique stretch of Victorian coast shows no sign of diminishing; it’s almost as famous as Uluru or the Great Barrier Reef.
And that’s because the journey itself is the destination. On one side, the Southern Ocean is spectacular no matter what season or time of day. On the other, you’re against sheer cliffs, but only for as long as it takes to round a promontory and dip into holiday havens such as Lorne and Apollo Bay, or pull up at beaches in the likes of Wye River, Skenes Creek or Princetown. And there are those amazing rock formations and coves near Port Campbell.
Support local businesses: There’s no shortage of boutique offerings such as Jan’s Fine Glass in Port Fairy and Platypi Chocolate in Victoria’s Otway Region.