Indeed, there is a wealth of things to do for a Great Ocean Road experience and the website has carefully laid out all the options for those who just don’t know where and and how to start...
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Victoria, Australia (PRWEB) April 22, 2013
Every season unveils nature’s unique beauty and this year, many local and foreign tourists are expected to go on one of the greatest drives of the lives by heading to Victoria’s Great Ocean Road. Those who are researching to see all the best activities on offer, can visit the destination’s website which has recently been given a new look to better cater to the users’ specific needs.
The new design, which boasts of new features, provides the best local knowledge to improve the experience of holiday-makers. The website is easy to navigate, hence finding all the hidden gems and all the main attractions of the Great Ocean Road will be a breeze. With a map that has been marked with icons to reveal what tourists can expect to experience from each spot, tourists are provided the chance to strategically plan their trip. Worth mentioning as well is that there are recommended itineraries offered by local tourism experts for holiday-makers so they can get the most out of their trip if they wish to do without the hassle of intensive planning.
With the cooler weather and the mesmerising change of colours brought by autumn, people who want to enjoy all the wonders of the season will surely marvel at the beautiful display of nature of this 150-mile stretch deemed to be one of the world’s most spectacularly scenic routes. During autumn, the colourful foliage that surrounds this region and of course, the amazing sunsets by the beach (especially where the 12 Apostles can be seen) never fail to attract hikers, bikers, campers and those who enjoy a visually-captivating drive. And when autumn meets winter, many troop to Lorne, Wye River, Onion Bay and Apollo Bay to witness the journey of humpback whales from Antartica en route to Queensland, as well as the southern right whales that are known to linger in the Victorian coast to breed and raise calves.
Indeed, there is a wealth of things to do for a Great Ocean Road experience and the website has carefully laid out all the options for those who just don’t know where and and how to start; there’s a provision for everybody – culture vultures, outdoorsmen, shoppers, and those who really are just looking for a weekend of fun.
So for those who are looking to redefine the idea of an autumn-winter getaway in the Great Ocean Road, taking time to visit the upgraded website will prove to be a must. Check out http://www.greatoceanroad.info for more details.