GreatOceanRoad.info's Facebook Page Now Offers Visitors A Platform To Share Their Great Ocean Road Experience

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Planning your winter getaway? GreatOceanRoad.info and its Facebook page offer can help you plan your visit to one of the world's greatest driving experiences.

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The Great Ocean Road Experience is our response to help you plan for a great journey in the Great Ocean Road region.

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Stunning vistas. Warm people. Mouth-watering cuisine. The Great Ocean Road offers these and more, making it a top destination for tourists.

And whether you are planning a weekend getaway or if you want a platform to share your Great Ocean Road experience, GreatOceanRoad.info and its Facebook page offers valuable information and opportunities for both.

With the recent redesign of the website, prospective visitors can better plan their itinerary. Visitors can choose from three suggested experiences which they can opt for whether they are looking for a quick getaway or an extended vacation. These are the Great Ocean Road to South Australia experience, the Great Ocean Road and Rainforest experience, and the Great Ocean Road to the Grampians experience.

The suggested experiences carefully detail the route visitors can take through the use of Google Maps. This includes must-visit sites like the 12 Apostles, restaurants to grab a quick bite and even places to book accommodations.

On the other hand, the Facebook page harnesses the power of social media to deliver timely information as well as provide recent visitors an avenue to share their previous experiences during their visit to what is considered as one of the world's great driving experiences.

This includes the largest war memorial's inclusion in http://www.news.com.au 's 50 Drives To Take Before You Die list as well as the extension of the road from 12 Apostles to include the western section of Allansford.

"The Great Ocean Road Experience is our response to help you plan for a great journey in the Great Ocean Road region," explains a representative of GreatOceanRoad.info.

Spanning 243 kilometres from Torquay to Warnambool, the Great Ocean Road was built between 1919 and 1932 by returning soldiers. Today, the landmark is synonymous with stunning views of its beaches, villages and rainforests.

To find more about The Great Ocean Road, visit GreatOceanRoad.info. And to share your experience while visiting this national treasure, visit its Facebook page.

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