Panoramic View : The Twelve Apostles

DSC04724Panoramic View (Post#3): The Twelve Apostles

The snapshot above is just the half side view of The Twelve Apostles. I am not really sure why it is called as The Twelve Apostles because currently there is just 8 limestone stack exist. This popular tourist spot are located along Great Ocean Road in Port Campbell National Park at Victoria state of Australia. I got a chance to see this place after joining Great Ocean Road tour last Feb 2013.

This post has been updated to add the link of and to participate in the following:
Skywatch Friday – February 19, 2016
Scenic Weekends – February 21, 2016
Blue Monday – Feb 22, 2016
Our World Tuesday – Feb 23, 2016
Travel Tuesday – Feb 23, 2016
Water World Wednesday – Feb 24, 2016
Watery Wednesday – Feb 24, 2016
Outdoor Wednesday – Feb 24, 2016

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The Twelve Apostles, Victoria, Australia

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An IT Professional who is in love to travel to learn more about our world, like natures a lot specially mountains.

27 thoughts on “Panoramic View : The Twelve Apostles”

  1. It is a wonderful part of the world! Whenever we have house guests from overseas we take them there and they are wowed.
    Thanks for taking part in the Travel Tuesday meme, hope to see you again there this week!

  2. I would love to travel The Great Ocean Road one day!
    My son lives out of Melbourne and we spent Christmas over there with him.
    Australia is our near neighbour and I’ve lived there twice – an amazing country I love it.
    Shane

    1. Yes, Great Ocean Road is one of the best road to drive on. It has great sceneries along the way. I also like Australia, living in that country for more than 1.5 years, I saw a lot of places and I knew there are still more great places to see. I think no one else get tired to go around that country all places are different. And the seasons, you have an option to go if you wanted to breakaway to the current season

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