Razorback, Great Ocean Road

Port Campbell, VIC 3269

The impressive beauty of the Razorback, Great Ocean Road

The Razorback, Great Ocean Road

The Port Campbell National Park is world famous for its incredible limestone formations that have found their form after millions of years of erosion. Whether it’s the unique and majestic 12 Apostles, the picturesque Loch Ard Gorge or the surreal Grotto, this section of the Great Ocean Road is an unforgettable visit for nature lovers!

One of these astounding rock formations is the Razorback, whose name comes from its jagged, narrow aesthetic. One of the most awe-inspiring natural landmarks in the Port Campbell National Park, the Razorback is easily accessible when viewing another one of the park’s wonders – the Tom and Eva rock formations.

You can visit this stunning rock formation year-round, with the best time to snap Gram-worthy shots being from sunrise to mid-morning.

So, along with the Razorback, what are some of the other incredible natural sites to see in the Port Campbell National Park?

  • The 12 Apostles, of course!

    No visit to the Port Campbell National Park is complete without gazing across the spectacular 12 Apostles, easily the park’s most famous landmark. This series of stunning rock formations seems to spring right out of the Southern Ocean, an amazing site that has locals and tourists alike trying to snag the best vantage point.

  • The Loch Ard Gorge

    The person favourite of a few of our team here, the Loch Ard Gorge is a truly beautiful piece of scenery that has to be seen in person to truly enjoy its beauty. The wondrous gorge drops down into a beautiful bay and inlet of cobalt blue waters and two giant cliffs. There is a unique beauty to the Loch Ard Gorge, and it’s no wonder why people from across the world stop by to catch an awesome pic of themselves in between the two clifftops.

  • The Grotto

    The Grotto is often overlooked when people visit the Port Campbell National Park, with so many memorable sites to see! But any detour down to the Grotto is totally worth it, as it is a myriad of formations: one part archway, one part blowhole and one part cave – all parts awesome.

The Razorback, 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and Grotto are some of the most inspiring natural landmarks in Australia, each taking on their own unique beauty and majesty. Be sure to check out each of them when on the Great Ocean Road, as well as honorable mentions of the London Bridge and Arch – have fun!

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