I love the Great Ocean Road with its natural attractions. A combination of rough ocean, steep cliffs and rocks that stand out from the ocean, a landscape that was shaped by wind and water over many centuries. My highlights on every visit are Bells Beach, the 12 Apostles, London Bridge and The Grotto. Everywhere you find excellent viewing platforms and coastal paths; many of them are accessible by wheelchair. During the summer months you can visit a small market in Port Campbell on Sundays where locals offer homemade products such as jam and soap. Furthermore, this little town offers free Wi-Fi, which can be very helpful when planning a trip on the go and looking for the next campsite. Even better though, is visiting one of the many tourist information centres, which are almost everywhere, no matter how small a place is. These are a true blessing when you are travelling. You can learn everything about the area, the sights, and existing accommodation facilities and often you get insights about the area from a local. Before we say goodbye to the coast and head inland we pass through Warrnambool. As a lot of miles still lay ahead of us today, we only stopped for a short break at Point Richie, which offers fantastic views of the ocean. Our destination of the day is Hamilton and Lake Hamilton Motor Village & Caravan Park, one of the cleanest and most beautiful campsites on our trip and the starting point for our visit to the Grampians the next day.