Campervan Hire Adelaide: Enjoying the Great Ocean Road with Viva Campers (Part 2)

In the first part of the Great Ocean Road Trip series, we discussed the things you can do after obtaining campervan hire Adelaide services from Viva Campers. After departing from Melbourne and driving through Geelong, Torquay, Anglesea, Fairhaven, and Eastern View, you stopped in the seaside town of Lorne for that much-needed rest. Let’s see what awaits you in Day 2 of this adventure now that you and your campervan have rested up.

After signing up for campervan rentals Adelaide at Viva Camper’s Melbourne office and stopping in Lorne, drive into Apollo Bay and watch the rugged cliffs drop dramatically into the ocean. You can continue your exploration of the Great Otway National Park and discover ancient rainforests, heath lands, glow worm caves, and more waterfalls. If you have the time, you can also visit the 150-year-old Cape Otway Lighthouse and have a picnic at Paradise or Shelly Beaches.

If you’re a fan of water sports, then you should definitely visit Apollo Bay. Surfing, fishing, swimming, diving, and boating—you can do them all in this magnificent coastal town. Or if you’d rather stay in dry land, bushwalking in the Otways is a great alternative. Down the Great Ocean Road at Cape Otway, you can find some of the most breathtaking walks in the country. Aren’t you glad that you’ve signed up for Viva Camper’s campervan hire Adelaide services?

Curving round the coast, you’ll see the famous limestone towers of the Twelve Apostles as you continue your journey. These massive limestone structures that tower about 45 metres above the Southern Ocean are one of the reasons why visitors flock to the Great Ocean Road and get campervan rentals Adelaide. But before you take the walk to visit the Twelve Apostles coast, you should visit the Twelve Apostles Centre, which offers insightful cultural heritage stories, shelter, and rest rooms to visitors.

You can take photos from the boardwalk or Gibson’s steps. You can also walk along the paths at London Bridge, Bay of Islands, and Loch Ard Gorge. If you want, you can proceed to Shipwreck Coast, where at least 700 ships were said to have crashed into the rocks. When you have taken all those gorgeous pictures that will surely send your friends into fits of jealousy, you can explore Warrnambool. Viva Campers, the place to get great campervan hire Adelaide services, highly recommends this location, especially if you’re travelling from May to October. During this period, you’ll see southern right whales as they calve off Logan Beach.

And as for the final stop of the day: Viva Campers suggests stopping at Port Fairy. With its rich seafaring history, Port Fairy is home to many old whitewashed cottages and Gregorian-style homes. It is also home to the country’s largest fur seal colony. If you have time to spare, you can rent a boat and see dolphins, whales, or sharks up close before you hit the sack. Meanwhile, watch out for Part 3 of the series as we discuss the things you can do on Day 3 of obtaining campervan hire Adelaide services and enjoying your Great Ocean Road adventure.

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