It is considered the most stunning coastline in Australia and absolutely deserves this verdict. It starts after Melbourne and continues until halfway to Adelaide. There is the possibility to spot Koalas in the area of Kennett River, followed by the first rock formation called the Gibson Steps before you arrive at the famous 12 Apostles.
There have actually never been 12 of them, but it made a fitting name. Today seven are still standing, heroically protesting against the waves and weather that is constantly nagging on them. When the beach at the Gibson Steps is closed, Loch Ard Gorge is the first chance to go down to the beach and look up these steep cliffs. London Bridge is next on the itinerary and it used to be connected to the main land. The urban legend says, that when its connection broke down a couple was trapped on it and had to be rescued by helicopter. Unfortunately, the “couple” was married but not to each other. Last item on the journey is Bay of Islands where the remaining parts of the former coastline formed little islands.