from The Great Ocean Road:
Warrnambool to Princeton free/bush camp
with pics, Images and photos.
(October 21 -24, 2006)
The beginning of the Great Ocean Road.
Tim riding near the twelve apostles.
Cindie at the northern end of the Great Ocean Road, this is called Bay of
Close up of the shoreline at the Grotto.
Cindie is waiting for Tim and is ready to finish our ride for the day, before it
starts to rain.
This sign is to remind foreign tourists to drive on the left side of the road.
The lookout at Thunder Cave.
The lookout at London Bridge, looking to the north.
London Bridge use to be connected to the mainland, when the first arch washed
away it left some tourists stranded on the point out at sea, a helicopter had to
get them out.
The views along the Great Ocean Road are spectacular.
Cindie and the Sea.
View from one of the trails in the Loch Ard Gorge area.
Loch Ard Gorge, near Broken Hill, a nice place to ride from one lookout to the
Picture of the Great Ocean Road as it winds its way along the Victoria
The Twelve Apostles.
Part of the Twelve Apostles.
Tim and Cindie riding along the Great Ocean Road.
Our campsite near Princeton is near the estuary.
Tim making dinner on our camp stove at our bush camp (free/illegal) near