Great Ocean Road Accommodation
From B&Bs to luxury lodges, Great Ocean Road has it all.

Constructed as a gigantic memorial after WWI, the 243km-long Great Ocean Road provides tourists with the road-trip of a lifetime. The road hugs a stretch of the shoreline of Australia’s southern state of Victoria. It meanders past some of the most stunning vistas in the world. The Twelve Apostles limestone columns, Fort Queenscliff, surfing beaches and Great Otway National Park are the tip of the iceberg when it comes to peerless attractions en route.

The west end of the route begins just outside Melbourne at the heritage town of Torquay. Driving or travelling 240kms in one go is not too much hassle, but tortuous turns, two-lane traffic and low maximum speed limits all along it can make the trip a long drawn out process.

The majority of people making the trip use Great Ocean Road accommodation to get the most out of this spectacular location. The road runs east from Allansford and there is a varied selection of places to stay here as well as in the adjacent city of Warrnambool. Other places with a selection of accommodation are Apollo Bay, Wye River, Lorne, Anglesea and Torquay.

Great Ocean Road accommodation covers the whole spectrum and there is something for all budgets and tastes. Close to the mid-point of the road at Cape Otway, Bimbi Park is an excellent option for those who want to be close to nature. The park is shaded by manna-gum trees and has pitches for tents and campervans as well as a range of cabins.

There are also plenty of bed and breakfasts, hostels for backpackers and luxury resort hotels. Also at Cape Otway, the Great Ocean Ecolodge is the perfect option for wildlife fans as the establishment arranges excursions with animal researchers. Captain’s at the Bay is one street back from the seafront at Apollo Bay and is an upmarket bed and breakfast. Apollo Bay YHA is on the same street.

Lorne World
Rated 5 stars

From $358

Kutu Ev
Rated 5 stars

From $390

Banyan Place
Rated 4 stars

From $113

The Apollo
Rated 4 stars

From $170

Gipps Getaway
Rated 4 stars

From $199

54 On Bank
Rated 4 stars

From $218

45 On Regent
Rated 4 stars

From $229

Coastal Motel
Rated 4 stars

From $236

The Craic
Rated 4 stars

From $246

Mantra Lorne
Rated 4 stars

From $305

Rated 4 stars

From $310

Rated 4 stars

From $311

Merri Place
Rated 4 stars

From $327

Rated 4 stars

From $335

38 Oceane
Rated 4 stars

From $336

Rated 4 stars

From $356

Drift House
Rated 4 stars

From $414

Rated 4 stars

From $426

Cypress Hill
Rated 4 stars

From $469

Aqua Mist
Rated 4 stars

From $494

14 Steps
Rated 4 stars

From $520

Rated 4 stars

From $730

Rated 3 stars

From $163

Rated 3 stars

From $174

Loutit Views
Rated 3 stars

From $185

Rated 3 stars

From $195

Rated 3 stars

From $197

Mary Grant
Rated 3 stars

From $211

Rated 3 stars

From $282

Walshan House
Rated 3 stars

From $301

At Riverside
Rated 3 stars

From $310

Merrijig Inn
Rated 2 stars

From $116

Rated 2 stars

From $798

Earth Sea Sky
Rated 1 stars

From $366

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About 'Great Ocean Road Australia'

Great Ocean Road Australia is a 'Web Magazine' website that is dedicated to all things related to the Great Ocean Road region of southern Victoria. We are passionate about Australia's best driving experience, its stunning scenery, its dramatic cliffs, its beautiful beaches and the unforgetable experiences that are waiting for all who visit. Our aim is to discuss the Great Ocean Road, its history, its environment and its spectacular destinations. We hope that this website will inspire all who visit, just as much as the Great Ocean Road has inspired us.

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