Local attractions

You only need to start the winding road right here. Come the easy inland road and have the camera ready at all times
Macka's Farm is only 3km (up the hill) from the Port Campbell National Park. This is a narrow strip of coastal heathland covering 1750 hectares between Princetown and Peterborough.

From the farm gate:

4km - The stunning Great Ocean Walk begins opposite Glenample Homestead

4km - Clifton, renowned surf-fishing beach, wonderful walks

5km - Gibsons steps famous surfing and fishing beach, beach walks, start of the Twelve Apostles

6km - Twelve Apostles car park and interpretive centre, penguin viewing at sunset

10km - Princetown store and restaurant, down to the river for fishing, swimming and picnics or walk through the sand dunes to the beach. See relics of attempts by pioneers to tame nature for their own needs

10km - Loch Ard Gorge with it's shipwreck intrigue, historic cemetery, mutton bird Island, extensive sealed walking paths, blow hole, isolated beaches

17km - Port Campbell cray fishing boats, cafes & restaurants, patrolled safe surf beach

27km - London Bridge, another great Penguin viewing spot

30km - Golf at Peterborough, delightful coastal course. Also safe swimming etc

10km - Otway Ranges

20km - Moonlight Head for amazing walks and shipwreck artifacts

30km -Melba Gully ancient fern gully for picnics and glow worms

50km - Triplet falls and Tree Top Walk

65km -Apollo Bay

The hinterland is just as fascinating. A whole range of wineries, ice creameries, cheeses known the world over, berries second to none and so-o-o-o much more.
Wherever you wander, you will be amazed at the breathtaking views and treasure the memories for a lifetime.