THE GREAT OCEAN ROAD: 23 BEST THINGS TO DO
23 Best things to do on the Great Ocean Road trip of a lifetime. I planned a great itinerary for a Great Ocean Road Camping trip visiting all of the best attractions and spots along the way.
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Australia: Travels on the Great Ocean Road
Enjoy the highlights of Australia's Great Ocean Road in this recent travel documentary by Robert Stephens. See some of the stunning sights on this engineering marvel, built by returned servicemen from World War I. Learn about its difficult construction. Catch a wave at the surfing mecca of Bell's Beach. Browse the Apollo Bay Saturday Market. Hear the stories of shipwrecks. Spend a day in delightful Port Campbell and see the locals swim from the jetty to the beach. Learn the geology and stories of giant rock stacks such as the 12 Apostles, London Bridge and the Razorback. Walk down Gibson Steps to the beach and experience the roar of the surf. Get close and learn about koalas, king parrots and crimson rosellas. Visit Cape Otway Lightstation and Split Point Lighthouse. There is much more in this entertaining and educational documentary, so sit back and enjoy. Robert's other Australian travel documentaries include the popular Travels in Tasmania, Travels in Southwest Australia, Travels in the Northern Territory and Lord Howe Island: Paradise Found, and its sequel, Paradise Revisited.
UNBELIEVABLE! ROAD TO THE ARCTIC OCEAN | Ep 1 Into the ARCTIC UNKNOWN
My most EPIC trip to date was driving the incredible winter roads to the Arctic Ocean. Sponsored by MazdaUSA to British Columbia Canada, we drove 4 Highways, through Canadian Rocky Mountains, Yukon Territory and the Arctic Tundra. There were driving challenges but the end goal was the town of Tuktoyaktuk. Being from Hawaii I had never driven in snow before . This episode is about the drive from Fort St John to Muncho Lake (to Liard Hot Springs) along the Alaska Highway and some of the unforgettable scenery.
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Day 2 &3: Driving to Whitehorse to Dawson City | Yukon Territory
Day 4 & 5: Driving the Dempster Highway in winter to Inuvik, Arctic Circle then highway to Tuktoyaktuk
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Great Ocean Road Drive - The Most Beautiful Road Trip in Australia
When it comes to road trips in Australia, the Great Ocean Road offers one of the best experiences in the country!
This beautiful National Heritage listed 243-kilometre (151 mi) stretch of road between Torquay to Warrnambool epitomizes the phrase ‘taking the scenic route’. The Great Ocean Road drive is hugged by some of Australia’s most grandiose landscapes. You’ll weave along mountainsides, revel in striking seaside vistas and delve into Australia’s verdant green rainforest. The towns that dot the drive are laid back, surfy and sophisticated, offering everything that travelers would expect from this part of Australia. We loved exploring this part of Australia!
On September 19, 2019, the Great Ocean Road marks 100 years from the day construction commenced on the Great Ocean Road, so today, we are sharing the highlights of our time in this beautiful region!
Destinations featured in the video include Bells Beach, Aireys Inlet, Lorne, Sheoak Falls, Kennett River, Cape Patton Lookout, Apollo Bay, Castle Cove, Johanna Beach, Wattle Hill, Wreck Beach, Melba Gully, Princetown, and the Twelve Apostles!
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Atlantic Ocean Road (4K)
Fly with a drone following my car on Atlantic Ocean Road (Atlanterhavsveien) in Norway, one of the most spectacular drives in the world.
The road is built over several small islands and skerries in archipelago in Norwegian Sea. It consists of many causeways, viaducts and bridges, the most prominent - Storseisundet Bridge. The road is preserved as a cultural heritage site and is classified as a National Tourist Route.
Filmed in July 2016 mostly with DJI Phantom 3 Professional drone in Follow-Me mode - i.e. I was driving a car (silver Volkswagen), and the drone was following me. It took two days of filming to get all the footage. This road is absolutely worth going to, and if you need advice on getting there and around, feel free to leave a comment, and I'll be happy to help.
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From Desert to Deep Blue Oceans: Our South Africa Road Trip (2018)
A quick round up of our magical road trip covering close to 3,500 kms over 10 days - from the Ostrich country - little Karoo to the grasslands, rugged coastlines, sand roads and sometimes no roads (read: game drives), winding passes and lands where animals roam free.
This is an amateur attempt, shot on a hand-held iPhone and special thanks to our guide Derek who helped us navigate this vast and beautiful country (and Craig+Andrea for all the help with the planning) - Jay, Esha & Arjyo, April 2018
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The Great Ocean Road - Sydney to Melbourne RoadTrip day 5
212 // The Great Ocean Road! Such a stunning coast line, I think maybe even the best coast line in the world. Can't wait to show you more over the next couple of days.
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Great Ocean Walk in Regional Victoria | Video Review | Tour the World TV
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Thinking about doing the Great Ocean Walk? In this segment from the Tour the World travel TV series, we join Park Trek Walking Holidays on a four-day short-break hiking the Great Ocean Walk in regional Victoria.
We experience the amazing beaches, coves and spectacular cliff-top vistas this walk is famous for, before ending up at the wonderful Twelve Apostles.
During this trip we stay in the Cape Otway Lightstation Cottages. These historic houses are located in one of the most spectacular settings found along the Great Ocean Road.
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The World's Longest Overwater Bridge (the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway)
A drive northbound across Lake Pontchartrain on the world's longest overwater bridge.
Norway: The Atlantic Ocean Tunnel •Atlanterhavstunnelen
The Atlantic Ocean Tunnel near Kristiansund, Norway
Great Ocean Road, Australia
The Great Ocean Road is a 243 km stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Warrnambool.It is one of Australia's great scenic coastline drives.The section near Port Campbell provides access by foot or helicopter to some of the most scenic coastline in the world, because of its striking and dramatic natural limestone and sandstone rock formations. These formations have been created by erosion from waves and rain and include Loch Ard Gorge, the Grotto, London Bridge (renamed to London Arch after the 'bridge' partly collapsed), and most famously the Twelve Apostles.
Australia Great Ocean Roadtrip, a journey discovering Victoria
Our yellow friend made our dream come true and drove us along the stunning Australian coastline, just off Melbourne, Victoria Australia.
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South Australia: From Oceans to Outback
From the rugged Outback to the glittering Southern Ocean, South Australia is known for its wildlife, food, wine and beauty.
South Australia is vast, spanning nearly half a million square miles. With a population of around one point six million people, that’s just four people per square mile.
Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third largest, and home to a remarkable range of wildlife. With over 800 native species of plants and rare sights like the endangered glossy black cockatoo, Kangaroo Island is typified by unspoiled wilderness and a magnificent selection of flora and fauna, including the kangaroos that give it its name.
Just over a thousand sea lions live and breed in the Seal Bay Conservation Park, one of the most popular tourist attractions of Kangaroo Island. Marine life thrives all across the shores of South Australia. The state’s coastline stretches for more than 3,000 miles, and after a flight of just 40 minutes from Adelaide the mighty Eyre Peninsula awaits.
Baird Bay is a small fishing village situated on the west of the peninsula. Snorkelling here isn’t a typical experience, as the the coastal waters are home to Australian sea lions and pods of dolphins.
Adelaide, the state capital city, was founded in 1836 as a planned, freely settled colony. It was a place where immigrants could settle free from religious persecution. Nowadays the city remains a vibrant, bustling cultural centre, home to thriving markets, a lively night scene and dozens of festivals a year.
From Adelaide’s beautiful architecture to a wealth of museums detailing its immigrant settlers, Adelaide does not shy away from its multicultural history. For example, the South Australian Museum houses the largest collection of Aboriginal ethnographic material in the world.
Climbing away from the coast and the bustle of the city are the quiet, rural hills of the Barossa Valley. The Barossa is world-renowned for its red wine, and over 150 wineries lie within an hour’s drive from Adelaide. But the Barossa is not only home to wine. It’s one of the world’s top culinary destinations.
The vibrancy of South Australia doesn’t end in Barossa. Follow the Stuart Highway north, beyond the hills and the vineyards of the Clare Valley to where green turns to red and the Outback begins.
For many the jewel in the crown of this region is the dramatic stretch of rock known fondly as the ‘Organ Pipes’. Gawler Range. Enormous, solid volcanic rhyolite is stacked in the cliff face here, ranging in size from stony grinning teeth to the elongated pillars that remind so many people of magnificent organs.
The rugged landscape of the Flinders Ranges epitomises the romanticism of outback Australia: big skies, incredible sunsets, and sun-baked desert as far as the eye can see.
In the summer it’s a hot, dry landscape. It might seem daunting at first, but look a bit closer and you’ll find the place teeming with life. The Flinders Ranges have also been inhabited by humans for thousands of years. Aborigines have walked in these hills since long before European settlers arrived, using the plants and the rocks for food and creating art.
The Flinders Ranges are now home to numerous towns and villages scattered along the highway. The area is accessible as a destination for hiking, cycling, camping and wildlife watching, giving visitors a taste of the iconic outback.
Rawnsley Park Station is a working farm that has managed to find a way to blend sheep farming and tourism. The owners provide scenic flights over the spectacular geological formation, Wilpena Pound.
Wilpena Pound is an ancient valley floor amidst mountains that have been eroded over hundreds of millions of years. Its golden walls are formed of highly resistant quartzite and sandstone. The area is protected from mining and most human impact other than tourism. Nowadays, 4x4s can be seen roaming along the ridgetops that command spectacular views of the timeless landscape.
Life can nevertheless be found all over the northern reaches of South Australia. The emu is a large, flightless bird, endemic to Australia and a close relation of the ostrich. Its long legs allow it to reach speeds of up to 30 miles an hour. It has become an iconic image of Australia.
Continuing up the spine of the country, we reach the northern regions of South Australia.
This is opal mining country, and the Painted Desert may seem barren, but can be extremely lucrative for those willing to work. The town of Coober Pedy is the opal mining capital of the world, known for the way its people live underground in dugouts to escape the fierce desert heat.
We’ve travelled from the crystal waters of the Southern Ocean to the dry beauty of the outback, covering one of the most magnificent states in Australia.
The Explorers’ Way crosses the state border, slicing the country in half as it continues into the Northern Territory.